Canadian Plastics

Controller optimizes hot runner performance

Modular by design for maximum flexibility, and with up to 48 zones, the newest generation Microcom hot runner temperature controller from Incoe are engineered for optimized performance.

June 1, 2008   Canadian Plastics



Modular by design for maximum flexibility, and with up to 48 zones, the newest generation Microcom hot runner temperature controller from Incoe are engineered for optimized performance.

The technology automatically maintains constant voltage output to the hot runner system; even when line voltages fluctuate. The feature also reduces or eliminates premature heater burn out.

New user friendly features allow for flexible, yet secure management of the molding process. Added user control functionality now includes the selection of two “Soft Start” routines, adjustable min/ max temperature set point limits, preset restart procedures and a user enabled lock feature to ensure your process is secure and controlled at all times.

Additional control features include two soft start routines set to five minutes or 212F, whichever comes first; adjustable Min/ Max temperature set point limits; controller lock out feature; and automatic controller start up or restart sequence when power is applied.

New system protection features include the company’s Voltage Correction, which maintains constant voltage output even when line voltage fluctuates; and heater monitoring and auto alarm detects, which detects wattage changes in the heater circuit.

Incoe Corp. (Troy, Mich.); www.incoe.com; 248-616-0220

Anplast Inc. (Anjou, Que.); www.anplast.com; 800-387-4590


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