There are a variety of methods that can be used to keep your industrial applications up and running properly. Indeed, this information is important to have on hand, as overheating electronics is a common phenomenon many business owners must endure when utilizing industrial-grade equipment to achieve operational tasks. Still, not every thermal management solution is the most ideal, and as such, knowing your parameters goes a long way in terms of getting the most from your setup. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX explores specific needs of the plastic mold industry, and how thermal pins can assist.
A Variety of Mold Cooling
It goes without saying that there are what seems like countless industries out there, each one specializing in a different and unique purpose. What’s more? Each is likely to benefit most from solutions that are customized to adhere to their needs, and this notion is true across a variety of fields.
When looking at plastic molding, in particular, we can see an immediate need for rapid application cooling as well as rapid heating for the material. Though your initial instinct might suggest raising temperatures to achieve the heating effect, the problem arises when the same level of cooling cannot be accomplished. Indeed, this process lends itself to the development of sink marks, pulling, and spotting, which subsequently influences product quality.
Further, there are a variety of different molding styles, including injection, extrusion, blow, and rotational molding. Each one comes with its own unique set of needs and parameters, and as such, requires a custom thermal solution to ensure proper function. To learn more about this process and how our team can help, give us a call today.
Methods for Different Needs
As we have discussed, the thermal pin that best suits your needs is one that is designed with your method of cooling in mind. For example, thermal pin heat exchangers can be used to uniformly cool areas that were previously inaccessible to water cooling in injection and blow molding. Further, the isothermal nature of our custom thermal pins allows cooling in a manner that prevents the formation of noticeable blemishes, including sink marks, pulling, and spotting. When you are ready to get started, give our team a call today.
Utilizing Your Setup
Not only does our team take the time to get to know you and your unique needs, but we can even save you time and cost by transforming your setup into a functioning thermal pin heat exchanger. Not only does this process offer these benefits, but it allows for shortened cycle times and increased yields as well.
Learn More Today
Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to speak to a representative from our team and learn more about the benefits of custom thermal pin heat exchangers today.