Temperature Control Systems
Published: February 8th, 2011
What's reported to be one of the smallest manually configurable temperature control and water distribution devices with electronic monitoring on the market has debuted from injection machine builder Engel ( Schwertberg/Austria).
Published: September 5th, 2010
A hot-water temperature control system for mold temperature regulation of up to 225°C will debut from Single Temperiertechnik ( Hochdorf, Germany) at K 2010 in Düsseldorf this coming October. The system targets processing of high-temperature polymers, for example PEEK, in applications such as medical engineering parts. The compact unit with a heating capacity of 6 kW and a flow rate of up to 30 l/min
Published: July 21st, 2010
Two advances that will reportedly have a major impact on future cooling systems for plastics will be unveiled at the K Show by Eurochiller. Energy-saving inverter controlled compressors are employed in the latest water cooling system, while a free-cooling function will be introduced for air cooling.
Published: June 2nd, 2010
Mokon (Buffalo, NY) now offers an expanded Hydrotherm circulating water temperature control system available in standard heating capacities from 3-24 kW. The Hydrotherm system is available in pump sizes from ½-3 hp and flow rates from 15-60 gpm.
Mokon’s Hydrotherm comes standard with stainless steel components for wetted surfaces and includes a stainless steel pump, heater canister, and pump suction manifold.
Published: March 2nd, 2010
Thirty tons bigger, to be exact. That's the chilling power you can now expect from the largest unit in the portable chiller line from Conair (Cranberry Twp., PA).
Published: February 10th, 2010
Linking an injection machine with its temperature control just got a lot easier with the latest configuration option from Wittmann Robot Systeme GmbH (Groß-Umstadt, Germany).
Published: February 8th, 2010
Everything does not have to come at a price. Take the Z1264 temperature control unit from Hasco Hasenclever GmbH + Co KG (Lüdenscheid, Germany), which, as with its Z126 predecessor, is based on a modular plug-in design with up to 24 control circuits each of 3600W, comes with programmable soft start, and features unmistakable alarm diagnosis.
Published: August 3rd, 2009
Two new temperature sensors from RJG Inc. (Traverse City, MI) give processors new options for cavity monitoring.
Published: June 9th, 2009
Published: February 17th, 2009
Conveyor-type mold preheating ovens are becoming more popular, according to Grieve Corp. (Round Lake, IL), on account of their ability to minimize machine downtime. Custom-built No.