Two new developments from Single Temperature Controls, Inc., Charlotte, N.C., broaden the capabilities of hot-water mold-temperature control.
Mokon, Buffalo, N.Y., has expanded its BFC Series of blown film air coolers, which are now available from 600 to 9000 cfm.
The new GC Series central chiller from ACS, Schaumburg, Ill. (parent of AEC, Sterling, and Colortronic North America), has modules that range from 20 to 60 tons, allowing processor to add cooling capacity as the need arises, up to 300 tons.
The new AC System Cleaner Liquid from Paratherm Corp., West Conshohocken, Pa., is recommended for cleaning large systems using aromatic/synthetic-based heat-transfer fluids.
Universal Dynamics, Inc., Woodbridge, Va., has introduced mold dehumidifiers, which it has not offered for many years.
Molded plastic cooling towers are no longer the small kid on the block.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Two new temperature-based control programs to address flow balancing in hot-runner systems have been added to the Priamus Fill controls from Priamus System Technologies LLC., Brunswick, Ohio.
The BFC Series of blown-film coolers from Mokon, Buffalo, promises to boost film output, particularly in warmer climates or other regions where ambient air temperature rises during the summer.
Energy-saving TCS Infrared barrel-heating technology from the ServTek group of Milacron Inc., Batavia, Ohio, is now available for presses under 400 tons.
Lightweighting injection molded parts is the aim of a new Thin Recess Injection Molding (TRIM) process introduced at NPE last month by Stack Teck Systems Ltd., Brampton, Ont.