Tube for Injection and Blow Mold Cores and Cavities

Brush Wellman, Inc. (Mayfield Heights, OH) offers MoldMAX V® tube for injection and blow mold cores and cavities, high performance racing engines, industrial heat sinks and many industrial applications requiring a combination of strength and high thermal conductivity.

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Brush Wellman, Inc. (Mayfield Heights, OH) offers MoldMAX V® tube for injection and blow mold cores and cavities, high performance racing engines, industrial heat sinks and many industrial applications requiring a combination of strength and high thermal conductivity. Responding to customer desires to reduce both material scrap and machining time, MoldMAX V is now available in tube up to 7" OD with a wall thickness as low as 0.200”. Other forms available include rounds, plates and parts finished machined per customer drawings. MoldMAX V is a copper nickel silicon chromium alloy with an average hardness of 28 HRC and thermal conductivity approximately 4-5X greater than P20 tool steel. Typical applications for MoldMAX V have included cores and cavities of injection and blow molds in the plastics tooling market. Now, due to its high conductivity and moderately high strength, MoldMAX V is also proving successful in high performance racing engines, industrial heat sinks and many other industrial applications requiring both high thermal conductivity and strength. (Mayfield Heights, OH) offers MoldMAX V® tube for injection and blow mold cores and cavities, high performance racing engines, industrial heat sinks and many industrial applications requiring a combination of strength and high thermal conductivity. Responding to customer desires to reduce both material scrap and machining time, MoldMAX V is now available in tube up to 7" OD with a wall thickness as low as 0.200”. Other forms available include rounds, plates and parts finished machined per customer drawings. MoldMAX V is a copper nickel silicon chromium alloy with an average hardness of 28 HRC and thermal conductivity approximately 4-5X greater than P20 tool steel. Typical applications for MoldMAX V have included cores and cavities of injection and blow molds in the plastics tooling market. Now, due to its high conductivity and moderately high strength, MoldMAX V is also proving successful in high performance racing engines, industrial heat sinks and many other industrial applications requiring both high thermal conductivity and strength.