One of the most significant changes that have come with more advanced electrical cooling solutions, such as heat exchangers, has been the transformation of other systems that also rely on efficient thermal management. In common applications, streamlined thermal management solutions are often utilized to create highly efficient and reliable electrical cooling processes. However, modern cooling solutions’ ability to absorb and transfer heat has also had significant implications for other, more specialized processes, such as plastic mold cooling.
Using heat exchanger technology to cool molds
The basis of modern electrical cooling has changed as more advanced cooling solutions have become increasingly more popular. Where companies often had to rely on solutions like air conditioning or air compression to keep their electrical enclosures cooled, they can now maintain higher-performance cooling at much lower costs. This is thanks largely to advanced methods of transferring electrical waste heat, which don’t require cold air or heavy machinery to generate and circulate it. In the field of plastic molding, cooling has a greater implication on a company’s core processes. By creating plastic mold cooling solutions based on heat exchanger technology, which are known as thermal pins, companies can also transform their overall efficiency and productivity.
The benefits of high-quality, low-cost cooling
In applications that require advanced electrical cooling, heat exchangers have proven a highly valuable addition to many companies’ technology. Transferring waste heat in a continuous cycle allows for significantly more efficient cooling processes, which can be more easily maintained with minimal energy or repairs. In other fields of thermal management, including plastic mold cooling, more efficient and cost-effective heat transfer processes can also be more successfully customized to meet a company’s unique thermal management needs. With thermal pins, for example, plastic molding companies can rapidly cool each mold consistently, and because the thermal pins are nearly isothermal, they can cool molds evenly on all sides to improve the quality of each yield.
Transforming modern plastic molding equipment
As more companies in various industries have made use of more advanced heat exchanger technologies, the advantages have also continued to grow. The same is true for plastic molding companies that turn to more advanced, custom-designed thermal pins to enhance the quality and quantity of their yields. Custom thermal pins are able to consistently remove large amounts of heat from plastic molds in a similar manner to how heat exchangers remove heat from electrical enclosures. This makes them a more cost-effective solution for cooling plastic molds, and thermal pins have become an increasingly more integral part of many plastic mold companies’ operations.
For more information about how custom thermal pins streamline plastic mold cooling, call Noren Custom Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX, at 866-936-6736.