Die Casting

temperature control die casting

Die casting is an industrial process that requires precise temperature control. It is a process in which molten metal is injected under high pressure into a steel mold or die. Commonly used metals in die casting include: zinc, copper, aluminum, magnesium, lead, pewter and tin based alloys. Depending on the type of metal being cast, either a hot or cold chamber method is used.

Temperature control units like Delta T Systems’ are used to preheat and keep the dies at a temperature set point by circulating heat transfer fluid (water or oil) through the die. Our temperature control equipment is designed and tested for use in industrial environments to control process temperatures from 20°F up to 650°F. Other industries we serve include: injection molding, food and beverage manufacturing, pharmaceutical, thermoforming, and more.

Temperature control units like Delta T Systems are instrumental in improving finished part quality, and help deliver high cycle times. Consider Delta T Systems’ high quality American made temperature control units to control your die casting process.