Hot Runner Temperature Controllers—Fast Heat, Booth 620

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Since 1957, Fast Heat has been developing the most technologically advanced and precise hot runner temperature controllers for the plastic injection molding industry.
While hot runner temperature controllers are at the core of the business, Fast Heat also designs and manufactures heater indicator boxes, custom cables and connectors and other devices that help plastic manufacturers build high quality parts, lessen waste and increase overall plant productivity.
Moldmakers prefer that Fast Heat hot runner temperature controllers be connected to their tool so that molds are protected, more intricate designs can be produced and more complex materials can be used in the development of new parts, the company reports.

Fast Heat’s dedicated service and attention-to-detail is evident in every hot runner temperature controller, according to the company. Whether the low cavitation Ion or high cavitation Pulse is required, each made-in-the-USA controller manages all zones as a complete system while predicting temperature behavior and reacting to trends, thereby ending—once and for all—the stringing, burning, short shot and flashing that may drag down part quality, reputation and overall bottom line.
FastHeat will be at amerimold 2013 in Booth 620. Register for FREE today!



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