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ALLROUNDERs with water injection technology

Water injection technology (WIT) is heavily based on gas injection technology (GIT), but is nevertheless a new process. Both processes come under the collective term “fluid injection technology”.
The versatile ARBURG injection moulding machines can be used for both gas and water injection technology. The advantages of both processes are the savings in material which bring about cost savings.
The areas of application are also comparable – moulded parts with thick walls, partial reinforcement and ribbed constructions, or parts where cores are to be replaced by a hollow space.
However water has some decisive advantages over nitrogen. Water is available everywhere at a low cost, it can be used again and also guarantees effective cooling. In comparison to gas injection technology, the cooling time can be reduced by up to 70 percent with the use of water injection technology.
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