Taking A Look At Plastic Mold Cooling

As you might imagine, accomplishing any given task in a particular industry or field is highly influenced by the capabilities and methods used within said field. For instance, most industries have benefitted from technological advancement, but this does not mean they all benefit is the same way. While oil and gas may depend on solutions that consider hazardous locations when operating, other fields such as pharmaceutical packaging may do just fine without such considerations. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX explores the unique needs of applications used for plastic mold creation, and how thermal pin heat exchangers can help streamline thermal management.

Key Features of Thermal Pins

In industries that create their own storage containers, plastic products, packaging and more, being able to produce quality products in a short amount of time makes all of the difference. Just as an industrial application in wastewater or power is subject to the throes of overheating, so too are plastic mold applications.

The problem arises, however, in that the additional consideration that the primary purpose of the application is to rapidly heat and then cool the plastic material. You see, attempting to regulate internal application temperatures is complicated when heat is introduced non-organically to the process as well, meaning plastic thermal management contains a few more steps than traditional application cooling. Fortunately, this is where thermal pin heat exchangers come in to help.

A thermal pin is considered to be a small heat pipe core that is used to regulate internal temperatures by removing waste heat from the application. In this specific case, the goal is to assist the plastic mold process in achieving rapid heating and cooling without affecting product quality. Contact our team today.

Powerful Solutions for Small Cores

To address cooling in plastic molds of varying shapes, sizes, and thicknesses, a thermal solution requires the ability to rapidly transfer heat at high volumes. With the help of a thermal pin, companies acquire the capability to do so continuously without having to fret over extensive cost.

In small core applications using plastic injection mold cooling, the thermal solution allows for cooling in areas previously inaccessible to remote water channels. To learn more about this process and how our team can help, give us a call today.

Even Heat Transfer with Extrusion

Another major benefit of thermal pin enclosure cooling is that these solutions are virtually isothermal. In other words, the heat exchanger is able to transfer heat rapidly and evenly throughout, regardless of variations in mold thickness. This comes in handy when presented with plastic extrusion mold cooling.

Speak with Our Team

Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to speak to a representative from our team and learn more about your plastic mold cooling options today.