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The function of a cooling system is to dispose of the heat produced by each single production process. To do this you need:
Determine the heat load to be sure to supply the process with cooling capacity which is required to allow the user to get a stable and constant production.
Determine the type of refrigerant, the flow rate and the temperature of the cooling water and carry out a “taylor-made” sizing.
Evaluate the PLACE OF INSTALLATION and the operating temperatures, calculating the system for the extreme working conditions, providing - where necessary - for a safety marging.
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Plastics are the most popular materials for the production of parts and articles for the end-use, from consumer products to medical devices. They are versatile category of materials, with thousands of polymer options to choose from, each with its own specific properties.
The first advantage of an extruded blown film is mainly related to the mechanical characteristics.
In fact, the plastic material comes out from a perfectly circular head, thus passing through a "stretching" in the longitudinal or "machine" direction. Bubble extrusion technology allows the production of a widerange of products for all kinds of packaging applications, for lamination/stratification of shrink-wrap, for the packaging of industrial products and for more technical applications such as hygiene and food industry as well as for agricultural film and geomembrane production. Proper cooling improves the quality of the film produced, increases production and reduces energy consumption.
Cooling is a key phase of the molding cycle.
The first reason why cooling is so important is because it allows the plastic to solidify in the mold. The second reason is related to strength and durability. Proper temperature control of the hot runners of the mold ensures that the plastic is strong enough to stand the stress of use without breaking or cracking. By carefully managing the cooling process, both of these problems can be avoided to the advantage of optimizing the production cycle.
Blow molding is the third transformation process of thermoplastic materials, in terms of importance and diffusion, after injection and extrusion.
It grants the production of hollow objects such as: flasks, bottles, car tanks, shaped tubes. Complex shapes and thin thicknesses require an effective and highly-performing cooling system, with high pressures.
The recycling of plastic materials consists of operations that are carried out on product waste to obtain a new material to be reintroduced into the production process.
After the differentiated collection phase, the plastic is taken to the first selection and treatment plants; it is then separated from other fractions and impurities and subsequently divided by type of polymer. The process allows to reduce the introduction of new plastic materials on the market, to the benefit of the eco-system. The cooling powers involved are normally high and punctual cooling allows to obtain high production rates.
Thermoforming is a production process which consists of heating a plastic sheet, shaping it then by the use of moulds.
The shaped plastic is then cooled and trimmed into the finished part. A correct cooling allows to stabilize the characteristics of the finished product and increase its quality.
Industrial applications require precise temperature control at every stage and with variable working conditions. A correct cooling process allows to achieve remarkable results in terma of production rate and quality of the finished product.
Die casting is a process by which a molten metal or alloy is injected under high pressure into a metal mould.
The solidification process requires the aid of a cooling system inside the mould: the accurate control of thermoregulating temperature ensures an efficient molding cycle, generating considerable energy savings.
The molding of products for medical use is one of the so-called quick molding processes.
The need to respect and reach high production rates deriving from the use of multi-cavity molds together with the requirement to comply with constant quality parameters, require a punctual and precise cooling able to back the high pressures and the important flow rates required by the molds.
The production process of glass consists of 4 phases: fusion, tin bath, annealing and cutting.
The cooling process starts during annealing: the glass leaves the tin bath at a temperature of about 600°C and is placed on the rollers of a cooling tunnel (about 100 meters long). At 500 °C the glass plate acquires the properties of a perfectly elastic solid and then continues to cool under control until it reaches room temperature. The cooling system is required to deliver a considerable cooling capacity, with the lowest possible energy consumption.
In the production of rubber, cooling processes are essential to improve compound stability and increase production.
Cooling is a demanding procedure that follows optimized parameters which are strongly demanded to be precise and constant. Correct cooling improves quality, reduces waste and optimizes the production process.
The food and beverage industry is the largest manufacturing sector using chilled water systems.
Applications within the sector are varied due to the wide range of products and the way they are processed. Applied to most food applications up to packaging, cooling is crucial to speed up the production cycle and keep the parameters of the final product constant.