Finding a cost-effective heat exchanger is much easier said than done, as there are plenty of one-size-fits-all options out there that complicate this matter. Indeed, there is a sensitive balance between finding reasonably-priced methods and getting the most from your equipment, and some even come at the expense of your working environment. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX discusses the needs of industries working with plastic products, and how remote water channels can help enable consistent cooling throughout.
For Various Purposes
It goes without saying that just as there are various industries to address different needs, there are different technological applications within these industries that serve unique functions. For example, you would not expect a device used in oil and gas to function the same as an application in the food and beverage packaging industry, and a one-size-fits-all solution is something to raise eyebrows at.
Indeed, the ultimate goal is to utilize your application to capacity. In order to do this, however, you must be conscious of the factors that can influence your overall level of optimization. These such considerations are your parameters, and can consist of your physical environment, space allotted for your applications, and overall purpose of function.
With the onset of technological advancement, most industries depend heavily on application capabilities to maintain a consistent spot in the competitive market. Further, sub-sections of industries may share similar goals, but their purpose of function may differ. Fortunately, our team takes this consideration into mind. For more information about this process, give our team a call today.
Consistent Cooling Throughout
When it comes to varying plastic products, plastic injection mold cooling, or any kind of plastic thermal management for that matter, must consider the need for even and consistent cooling. You see, blow, injection, and other methods utilize plastic that is first heated to melting point, making the product malleable to take the shape of the molds they fill.
After filling its respective mold, the material is then rapidly cooled and solidified. The problem arises, however, when even cooling cannot be accomplished due to variations in mold thickness. This leads to the formation of visible blemishes such as sink marks, pulling, and spotting. Contact a representative from our team today to learn more.
Thermal Pin Heat Exchangers
In order to address the need for consistent plastic cooling, our team designs, creates, and manufactures custom thermal pin heat exchangers. These small heat pipes provide consistent and dependable cooling in an even manner, regardless of variations in mold thickness. In other words, it can streamline your process by optimizing your capabilities.
Speak with Our Team
To learn more about the role of thermal pins in mold cooling, contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 and speak to a representative from our team today.