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Paratherm - Heat Transfer Fluids, delivered to users of all brands of heat transfer fluids, offer system and application expertise: Fluid Analysis, Fluid Maintenance, Training, Troubleshooting and Consulting. For temperature control in molding, extrusion, press heating, line tracing, and coating rolls, Paratherm manufactures several specialized heat transfer fluids. Paratherm™ NF heat transfer fluid is non-fouling, and non-toxic. It is commonly specified in electrically heated temperature control units for molding applications. Paratherm™ OR heat transfer fluid is non-sludging and oxidation resistant. Its unique combination of a thermally stable base stock with proprietary antioxidant additive makes it a common choice for applications where tools are frequently changed or air is otherwise routinely contacting the hot oil. Paratherm™ MR heat transfer fluid is for single-fluid heating and cooling, and is specially formulated for temperature control in Blowmolding applications.
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Paratherm Moves to New Headquarters
Less than 2 miles from the former location, with more lab and conference space.
Heating & Cooling at NPE 2003
Smaller, more efficient, and environmentally friendly are the themes for new heating/cooling products at NPE.
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 seals?Why can’t I get the mold hot enough without running the temperature above the flashpoint?Does it mean I’m running the oil too hot if I am getting carbon on the Y-strainer?If the oil has turned color, should it be replaced?There are straightforward answers and solutions to all of the above.
NPE News Wrap-up - Water & Oil Temperature Control
If you’re the sort of manager that can’t resist checking up on your plant after you go home for the night, now you can click on your web browser and read out mold temperatures right there on your PC.