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Injection molding/pellet transfer

Injection molding/pellet transfer

The primary method of molding plastic vehicle components is injection molding. Vacuum is used first to convey plastic pellets into a hopper. The plastic pellets are then heated and forced under high pressure into a mold cavity. The parts are formed in the mold cavity and in some cases vacuum is drawn in the cavity to aid the process and give the products better definition. Finally, after the parts have been formed, they are removed from the mold with suction cups and pumps that are usually attached to a robot arm.





Key advantages with Piab vacuum conveyors

  • Increased uptime thanks to the hygienic design of the conveyor makes it easy to clean.
  • Improved working environment as the vacuum conveying system is a closed system with no dust contamination.
  • Create safe environments as the conveyors meets industry standards of ATEX Dust and Gas.
  • The conveyors are available with all material in contact with the conveyed product in compliance with FDA, EC No. 1935/2004 and EC No. 10/2011.
  • Meets application requirements as there are product families especially for pharma, food and chemical industries.
  • Increased productivity thanks to specially designed suction cups for this application which can handle very hot surfaces of the final product directly from the injection molding tool.
  • Reduced energy consumption with COAX® technology in the vacuum pumps.
  • Increased productivity as there is no service required of the Piab vacuum pump.

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