What is the difference between an energy-saving injection machine and a traditional injection machine?
Comparing with energy-saving injection machines and traditional machines is a different type of power source, one is a servo motor the other is an induction motor. The biggest difference between the induction motor and servo motor is the way to building pressure.
The servo motor can change the rotating speed depends on the user's setting. Through the feedback of the pressure transducer to change rotating speed to correct pressure and flow output.
To the induction motor, the rotating speed is unchangeable it always stays in a maximum rotating condition since it operating. No matter how much pressure or flow you've set up, the power consumption will keep at a high condition.
If you have plans to purchase injection molding machines, Top Unite provides you with the following options.
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EH Series (180~750 TON)
Top Unite launches medium and large-size Hydraulic Injection Molding Machines ranging from 180ton to 750ton. It comes with a high-performance electro-hydraulic control system, by the German Bosh Rexroth solenoid, and a proportional pressure relief valve (both with Lvdt). We use a double fixed displacement vane pump to provide hydraulic pressure and flow source make these two pumps confluent, which gives an advantage to boots up the speed of the machine to raise the production output.
EH-DS Series (180~750 TON)
The 180ton to 750ton medium and large size Hybrid Injection machine equips a high-performance servo motor, which also achieves an outstanding energy-saving effect. With a rapid response and pressure output linear feature, easy to reach every requirement given by the user. It reduces the motor r.p.m when during the low flow is required and the product cooling to save the energy consumption. Comparing with the conventional hydraulic injection machine, it saves 60% energy at least.