Low-Profile, High-Temp Sensors Available for Side-Action Systems

PFA Inc. has added low-profile proximity (solid-state) and high-temperature (single-pole, double-throw) sensor options for its Kor-Lok side-action systems, enabling cores to be preloaded on molds operating near 400°F (205°C) with confirmation of core locking and pull position.

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PFA Inc. has added low-profile proximity (solid-state) and high-temperature (single-pole, double-throw) sensor options for its Kor-Lok side-action systems, enabling cores to be preloaded on molds operating near 400°F (205°C) with confirmation of core locking and pull position.

Kor-Lok side-action systems (also referred to as core pull systems or locking cylinders) are configurable components used for complex injection molding applications. By expanding the sensor offering, locking cylinder viability can be extended to higher temperatures and more demanding applications, the company says.

PFA also has added online 3D CAD configuration and installation videos to coincide with the release of the new sensors.