Hot Runner Solutions Provide Leak Protection, Precision Control and Wear Reduction
Mastip announces several cost-effective hot runner solutions, ideal for commodity and engineering grade polymers in segments including medical, electrical, appliances, packaging, electronic, engineering and automotive.
Mastip announces several cost-effective hot runner solutions, ideal for commodity and engineering grade polymers in segments including medical, electrical, appliances, packaging, electronic, engineering and automotive. The company releases the Nexus valve gate with Cylix actuation. Pre-assembled, the valve gate can be installed out of the box, includes customized trunking to match specific mold layouts and offers quick removal of the complete system from the mold. It incorporates the advanced leak protection of the FlowLoc 16, 19 and 27 series nozzle range features a threaded connection that attaches to the manifold, providing a secure, leak-proof operation. With advanced heating technology, the nozzle delivers thermal performance for a wide molding window.
The company’s Cylix Cylinder features pneumatic valve actuation in a thermally stabilized system mounted directly to the manifold. With the ability to adjust valve pin height and incorporating high-temperature seals, it is the optimal solution for precise control of molding requirements.
Additionally, the company offers open valve tips designed to house clip-on cap insulators, in G1 and G5 tip grades. The updated open valve G1 tips are identifiable by a groove at the tip end which accommodates a clip-on cap insulator. These are standard OVG1 tips which can be used with or without a cap insulator, now supplied with the company’s systems.
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