(up to 300 Â°C/570 Â°F). They are able to guarantee: high precision,working stability, improvement of the characteristics of the finished product, and a general increase in productivity thanks to the reduction of waste. They find applicationin various industrial sectors such as injection, blowing, and extrusion ofplastic materials, injection of metals, chemical, pharmaceutical, and otherindustrial processes.
Temperaturecontrollers are units designed for ). Depending on the requiredtemperature, these units can work with water (up to 90 Â°C/190 ËF), pressurizedwater (up to 180 Â°C/350 ËF) and diathermic oil (up to 300 Â°C/570 ËF).- from anexternal cooling system (generally an
Normally they can have one or morethermoregulation zones, each one consisting of:
Â· selected for the specific process requirements
Â· calibrated to the maximum demand
Â· for cooling with external water (if indirectly cooled)
Â· proportional to the cooling water
Â· for automatic control offunctions
HOW WATER TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT WORK?
The temperaturecontrollers allow controlling fluid and can work both in heatingmode, through electric resistances, and in cooling mode, through the watercoming from the external cooling system.
Each unit can work in 2 different ways:
During this phase the heating electricresistances are activated which raise and maintain the temperature of the process according to the production requirements.
: the heat extractedfrom the process is transferred to the external cooling system through theautomatic mixing valve controlled by the microprocessor.