Heating & Cooling

Exploring the: Heating & Cooling Zone

101 Results for: Article

Sort by:
Published: 9/1/2007

Induction Barrel Heating May Use Up to 70% Less Energy
Dramatic energy savings, greater reliability, and much faster response than conventional heater bands are being claimed for an alternative that will debut at next month’s K 2007 show in Dusseldorf.

Published: 8/1/2007

New Injection Machines and Processes To Debut at K 2007
A brand-new line of all-electric machines priced on par with comparable hydraulic presses and the first public demonstration of insert molding RFID chips into plastic parts will be two highlights of the Engel display at the mammoth K 2007 show in Du...

Published: 7/30/2007

blah bhal

Published: 11/1/2006

NPE 2006 News Wrap-Up: Fluid Temperature Control: Saving on Energy and Maintenance
At NPE in Chicago, chillers and TCUs were put on a lean energy diet and redesigned for greater durability. Suppliers also added features while taking out cost.

Published: 8/1/2006

Fluid Cooler Offers Alternative to Cooling Towers or Central Chillers
When it comes to cooling extruders and injection and blow molding machines, the vast majority of plastics processors in the U.S. choose cooling towers.

Published: 6/1/2006

What to See at NPE 2006: Heating and Cooling
Most of the news at the show is in fluid-circulating mold-temperature-control systems.

Published: 5/1/2006

New Modular Design Simplifies Temperature Control and Cuts Cost Per Loop
A brand-new physical package is said to take much of the headache and expense out of buying, installing, and maintaining temperature controls for machine barrels, thermoforming ovens, hot-runner manifolds, and a host of other plastics equipment. &ld...

Published: 4/1/2006

Molder Saves Energy and Maintenance Headaches With New Type of Quiet-Running Chiller
The first plastics molder to use a radically new kind of chiller was looking for improved reliability to keep its plant running 24/7.

Published: 1/1/2006

Easy Cures for Common Complaints About Hot-Oil Units
Molders of high-temperature materials frequently ask these six questions about hot-oil temperature-control units (TCUs):Is smoke dangerous?Why is the pump discharge pressure bouncing all over?Why has the oil degraded and is it damaging the pump seal...

Published: 6/1/2005

How to Address Cooling System Woes
Anyone who operates a molding plant knows three things it cannot run without: raw material, electrical power, and cooling water.