Plastic injection manufacturing facilities generate a substantial amount of indoor heat, as the melting point temperature of certain materials is over 500 degrees Fahrenheit. In manufacturing environments excessive heat not only has a negative effect on workers, but production levels as well. The rising temperatures are also felt to a greater extent as employees wear more productive gear as safety regulations increase.
In industries where excess amounts of heat are prevalent, it’s important that your HVAC system has been designed to operate as efficiently as possible. we will build the most optimal solution for your production facility, so rising temperatures are kept low, and thereby saving up to 80 percent energy per year with our technologies.
Plastic injection molding is also very sensitive to excess amounts of humidity, as condensation can lead to poor mold quality. Maintaining the optimal operating conditions will play a large part in operational success.
Our HVAC systems are capable of handling scale to any size plastic injection facility, while being sustainable and reducing your carbon footprint.
Plastic injection molding is a manufacturing technique that takes place in four basic stages:
Dust control is vital within factories and, in particular, Injection Molding factory cooling control. It serves five main purposes:
With the correct air control, you can maintain the control of dust through filters. A mere particle of dust can easily spread airborne contamination, so this should not be overlooked. When choosing your factory cooling units, you should discuss filtering and dust control with the supplier.
All air which encounters Injection Molding should be controlled, especially when it comes to factors of humidity.
The relative humidity of an area is the percentage of pressure of water vapour present to the saturation pressure at the air temperature. This is expressed as a ratio and is measured by many ways.
Humidity is a big issue in Injection Molding production industries and Injection Molding factories. The issues are generally caused by too much water in the air rather than too little. Failure to control the excess humidity in the air can result in water condensing around unwanted areas and can also interrupt the quality and temperature of your products.
Temperature and moisture control play important role in injection molding quality and quantities.