10/1/2019

Insulator Block Protects Monitoring Devices in High Temperatures

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Progressive Components announces the release of its insulator block, which installs on the outside of the mold and is used to protect the company’s CounterView and CVe monitor from temperatures when molding high-temperature resins.

Progressive Components announces the release of its insulator block, which installs on the outside of the mold and is used to protect the company’s CounterView and CVe monitor from temperatures when molding high-temperature resins.

The maximum temperature for a CounterView is 120°C/250°F, and a CVe monitor is 90°C/190ׄ°F. When using an insulator block, both units will perform with mold temperatures up to 180°C/360°F. The block can be installed on either half of the tool, but for the CVe monitor, the stationary side is recommended for optimal cable routing. It is available in both inch and metric versions, complete with ¼-20 or M6 screws.

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