Streamlining Cooling Water Tests

This shop takes advantage of combination chiller/temperature units that pack all needed functionality into a single, independently controlled, machine-side system.

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Pryamid operates three Microgel chiller/temperature control units, each of which is paired with its own press and operates independently of the other units. 

As any molder or moldmaker with full sampling capabilities can attest, setting up cooling water temperature and flow-rate tests can be a laborious, time-consuming endeavor. That’s particularly true for applications like testing multiple molds, different materials, or comparing one mold half to another. Yet, at least one shop has found a better way.

Tired of repeatedly connecting and disconnecting all the hoses, manifolds and pressure gages involved with getting chillers and temp-control units ready, Pyramid Mold & Tool turned instead to Microgel, a line of combination chiller/temperature control units (TCUs) from Frigel that pack all needed functionality into a single, independently controlled, machine-side system. This case study tells that story. 

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