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   Plastic injection moulding hot runner mould

  It use an assembly of heated components in plastic injection molds that inject plastic into the cavities of the mold. There are two general types of runnerless molds  - the insulated system and the hot runner system. Hot runners mold retain the advantages of the insulated
  runner system over conventional cold runner system and eliminate a number of the disadvantages. Hot runner system is one of the more important enhancements you can incorporate into a mold to improve molded part quality, reduce production times and remain price competitive

  Injection Mold Design + Hot runner

  Injection Mold with Hot runner Solution will use reliable hot runner system and mold design tools. Our engineering department work harder and quicker than any other supplier to offer you new design ideas and mold concepts using any kind of hot runner system.with long history of experience and reliability for plastic injection molding and hot runner mold manufacturing,  we can deliver the best solutions.
  Although there are many hot runner manufactures , a few major components is same:
  1. Hot runner plate (MANIFOLD)
  2. Nozzle 3. Temperature Controller
  4. Auxiliary parts

  Advantage of hot-runner mold in injection moulding industry  

 Why some many customer select hot runner to make injection mold .This is mainly due to such injection mold has following salient feature:  Less plastic raw materials: in the age of expensive oil and raw materials . hot runner technology is the effective way to reduce the materials cost.  Quickly cycle time for injection molding, Due to no cooling time constrains runner system.  Plastic can be more uniform state injection into each cavity, the result is consistent quality  parts. Such injection molding components of good quality and low residual stress after ejection part distortion. reduce product costs, improve product quality. Relatively speaking, hot runner has disadvantage.

About Hot runner

Hot runner system is an assembly of heated components used in plastic injection molds that inject molten plastic into the cavities of the mold. (The cavities are the part of the mold shaped like the parts to be produced.)

Hot runner systems were first developed and came into sporadic use in the early 60s with generally negative results. They gained popularity in the 80s and 90s as technological advantages allowed improved reliability and the escalation of plastic materials prices made hot runner systems more desirable and cost effective. Hot runners are fairly complicated systems, they have to maintain the plastic material within them heated uniformly, while the rest of the injection mold is being cooled in order to solidify the product quickly. For this reason they are usually assembled from components premanufactured by specialized companies. Two main types of hot runner systems are the externally heated and internally heated. In the externally heated type, molten plastic runs within a solid manifold and within the nozzles. In the internally heated, (now obsolete) the plastic flows directly over slender heaters inside oversized runners. The outside boundaries of the runners normally solidify, so the plastic material flows only in proximity of the internal heaters or "torpedoes". A hot runner controller is a temperature controller used to control the temperature in the hot runner. This helps create the most consistent part(s).

Hot runners usually make the mold more expensive to manufacture and run, but allow savings by reducing plastic waste and by reducing the cycle time. (do not have to wait until the conventional runners freeze).



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