Polyurethane Injection Molding
Polyurethane Injection Molding Process
Step 1: Temperature Control Units (TCU)
When the IMM fires a “shot,” the flow from the TCU ensures that the mold surfaces are warm enough to allow the molten plastic to fill the mold.
Step 2: Conveying, Mixing and Drying
Our entire facility’s conveyance system moves raw materials to the mixing and blending components, where ingredients are mounted to hoops and transported to a sizable central dryer for material drying.
Step 3: Portable Chilling
Portable chillers are mobile units mounted machine-side to provide a cooling capacity of up to 50 tons with coolant flow routed directly to primary or auxiliary equipment or diverted to support TCU internal cooling circuits.
Step 4: Central Chilling
Using a network of cooling lines, central chillers can be employed alone, in tandem, or in numerous configurations to distribute the necessary capacity across the plant.
Step 5: Water Recirculating System
Recirculating water systems can be a practical option for processors with access to clean, moderately priced water supplies.
Advantages of Polyurethane Injection Molding
Your Polyurethane Injection Molding Supplier
Many industries use our polyurethane molding, including the automotive, consumer goods, and medical sectors. The capacity to produce high-quality parts with great accuracy and reproducibility is provided. Polyurethane is the perfect material for various uses since it is durable, sturdy, and resists wear and tear.
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