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Published: 6/7/2010

Heating & Cooling at NPE 2003
Smaller, more efficient, and environmentally friendly are the themes for new heating/cooling products at NPE.

Published: 4/1/2010

Hot/Cold Thermal Cycling of Injection Molds Heats Up
Injection molders are warming up to the idea of cycling their tool surface temperature during the molding cycle rather than keeping it constant.

Published: 4/1/2010

Six Things You Should Know About New Eco-Friendly Chillers
If you never paid much attention to what kind of refrigerant is circulating inside your plastics chillers, it may be time you did.

Published: 3/1/2010

Where Are You Using Energy?
Few plants are able to accurately divide up their energy consumption by where it occurs, despite the fact that this is relatively easy to do.

Published: 11/1/2009

Process Cooling Goes for Performance Plus Affordability
At the NPE 2009 show in Chicago, half a dozen exhibitors showed new cooling equipment that emphasized improved performance at about the same or lower cost.

Published: 8/1/2009

Cooling in Tough Times: How to Save Energy and Maintenance
In today’s down market, plastics processors are discovering a whole new set of problems related to operating at reduced capacity.

Published: 6/1/2009

NPE News in Injection Molding
If a better machine can help your company beat challenging economic conditions, you’ll probably find it at NPE. And finding it will be easier, thanks to our editors’ efforts to sift out of some 2000 exhibits the most significant news in injection an...

Published: 5/1/2009

NPE 2009 News Flash
Injection MoldingHybrid Press Has Electric ClampNew injection presses that combine servo-electric and hydraulic movements to achieve high performance with energy efficiency will be discussed by Arburg Inc., Newington, Conn.

Published: 2/1/2009

Know Your Plant’s ‘Energy Fingerprint’
It is commonly thought that energy use in plastics processing is fixed and uncontrollable.

Published: 8/1/2008

Fast Heat Quits Heaters, Keeps Hot Runners
Fast Heat Inc., Elmhurst, Ill., has sold its U.S. business in heating elements and sensors to Tutco., Inc., Cookeville, Tenn., a major supplier of electric heating elements.