Plastic Mold Cooling with Customized Thermal Pins

The advancement of thermal management hasn’t always been fueled by the same needs in every industry. While nearly all industries rely on efficient thermal management processes as part of their overall electrical cooling systems, others have more extensive needs for efficient and reliable cooling solutions. For example, in the plastic molding industry, rapid, high-performance cooling is the key to companies’ production processes, as every mold has to be consistently and evenly cooled. Though companies may have benefited from the advancement of thermal management in different ways, the most effective processes of thermal management have helped companies achieve most of their cooling goals with optimal efficiency and results.

Revisiting common thermal management techniques

Electrical cooling and other high-performance thermal management processes have been necessary long before modern solutions made them efficient and cost-effective to manage. To meet these needs in the past, companies often relied on solutions such as air conditioners, air compressors, and other mechanical applications that generate and circulate chilled air. This helped solve the fundamental need to keep electrical enclosures in most technologies from malfunctioning or breaking down completely due to overheating. However, these processes often proved less than efficient when it came to more intricate processes, such as removing large amounts of heat from plastic molds on a consistent basis.

Applying electrical cooling processes to plastic mold cooling

In the area of electrical cooling processes, traditional applications that require the use of chilled air could sometimes prove cumbersome, especially for more advanced technological applications. To make electrical cooling more efficient and more easily scalable, companies have relied on more advanced thermal management solutions based on the continuous transfer of electrical waste heat. These solutions operate on the principles of naturally removing waste heat from within an enclosure before it has a chance to accumulate. They accomplish this using an eco-friendly cooling fluid that can absorb and transfer the waste heat in a highly efficient manner.

Enhancing results of plastic molding with custom thermal pins

The concepts of transferring waste heat proved essential in helping companies in most industries streamline their electrical cooling processes. In the plastic molding industry, the same concepts have also helped propel the drive to more efficient and consistent plastic mold cooling processes. Using specialized, custom-designed solutions known as thermal pins, companies can utilize the ability to rapidly absorb and remove heat to provide nearly isothermal cooling of every plastic mold. For more information about plastic mold cooling with customized thermal pins, call Noren Custom Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX, at 866-936-6736.