PVC injection molding machines are typically characterized by their clamping force
PVC injection molding machines work by melting the PVC plastic and injecting it into a cooled mold under high pressure. The mold is then cooled, causing the molten PVC to solidify and take the shape of the mold cavity. The molded part is then ejected from the mold, and the process is repeated to produce additional parts.
PVC injection molding machines are typically characterized by their clamping force, which is the amount of force that the machine is capable of applying to the mold in order to hold it closed during the injection process. Other important features of PVC injection molding machines include the size of the injection screw, the size of the injection barrel, and the heating capacity of the machine.
PVC injection molding machines are used in a wide range of industries, including automotive, medical, and construction, and are known for their high efficiency and versatility. They are also used in the production of a wide variety of plastic products, including pipes, wire and cable insulation, medical devices, and automotive parts.