1/20/2015

Hot Runner Nozzles Suited for Demanding Polymer Applications

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Hasco offers its Z33 and Z34 range of Techni Shot hot runner nozzles, designed for demanding injection molding applications involving high-performance technical polymers.

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Hasco offers its Z33 and Z34 range of Techni Shot hot runner nozzles, designed for demanding injection molding applications involving high-performance technical polymers. They are particularly well-suited for use with the company’s H4000 series hot runners.

The nozzles are available in six sizes, ranging from 20- to 60-mm head diameters and melt channel diameters of 3.5 to 13 mm. Nozzle lengths range from 50 to 300 mm. Their modular design means nozzle tips, heaters and thermocouples can easily be replaced. In addition, the nozzles offer high resistance against abrasive wear, homogeneous temperature profiles and high compressive strength at temperatures higher than 300°C. A variety of different tip geometries and materials increases stall-point quality and heat conduction into the gate, the company says.

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