1/21/2015

HTT-type Nozzle Tips Boost Material Flow

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Incoe’s HTT-type nozzle tips is are designed to provide optimal material flow in the tip and systematic temperature control in the hot runner gate area, which are said to be particularly important for achieving even filling and clean separation at de-molding when the injection mold features a large number of cavities.

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Incoe’s HTT-type nozzle tips is are designed to provide optimal material flow in the tip and systematic temperature control in the hot runner gate area, which are said to be particularly important for achieving even filling and clean separation at de-molding when the injection mold features a large number of cavities.

According to the company, the geometry and placement of the bridges from which the torpedo is suspended in the flow channel compensates the distribution of melt flow. The flow geometry in the HTT tip improves the rinsing effect, facilitating quick and reliable color change.

The HTT nozzle tip is well-suited for applications ranging from bulk plastics to technical plastics with a tight processing window (with or without fiberglass) to high-temperature plastics. It can be fully integrated into Incoe’s Direct-Flo modular hot runner systems.

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