Gas Vent

In order to achieve its maximum moulding productivity, simply use its ultra-micro breathing cell to exhale gas and air from moulds.

Key problems to be solved:

1. Burnt:

When aberration and burnt issues occur for resin filling faster than air exhaling, it would result in gas vent overheating

2. Overflow:

There are two possible conditions:

  • When the temperature of the resin gets higher at the tip of seaming, it weakens its bonding strength
  • Air can fill up the paths and block resin to flow functionally which will cause ejection pressure to rise and materials to overflow

3. Not enough fillings:

Due to air pressure, it reduces the ratio of the filling speed, even when there is no sign of any burn or overflow

4. Cell Streak:

If there are some cells, streaks and mottles occur and it is caused by the fact that the cells have not been vaporized completely between air and resin

5. Extensive cycling time:

The high temperature of the resin, moulds and the slower speed of injection cause extensive cycling time, however, it will not affect the quality of the final products

 

Energy, Time, and Cost Saver:

1. It will reduce the trial die, time and materials if users consider using the TX gas vent at the beginning of the design.

2. It will save up to 1/3 to 1/10 of the total cost and time if the gas vent is installed

 

Installation:

1. Do not touch the surface when the gas vent is in use

2. Use H7/S6 from JIS reference chart

 

 

Gas Vent