The surface distribution of the mold temperature is of vital importance to ensure a high quality, high efficiency and defect-free process. In the process of die-casting, most of the main line sink marks, sand holes, cracks, bubbles and other defects are caused by the out-of-control mold temperature. Then, how is the high-temperature IR thermal imager applied in the die-casting industry to ensure the rapid adjustment of the mold temperature and safe operation?
Without interrupting the production process, various problems in the casting process can be effectively prevented and nip them in the bud in time. Due to unnecessary use of temperature conditioning, compressed air, water-based lubricants, mold release agents, etc., if the mold temperature is too high or too low during processing, it will have adverse effects on the quality of the parts, the service life of the mold, the production cycle, energy consumption and maintenance costs.
Before and after the mold spraying, it automatically saves and analyzes the full radiation heat map of the mold distribution generated by each die-casting cycle, provides thermal induction images about the mold heat map distribution, and obtains detailed information on the hot part of the mold. So that customers have the most intuitive judgment on the current process conditions. Foundry engineers can quickly adjust the mold temperature by optimizing the mold spraying process.
Cracks, rough casting surface, gray or yellow spots, lack of material, casting warpage, corrosion, etc. are all considered as casting defects related to mold temperature. Comprehensive control of die casting process through online infrared thermal imaging camera can greatly improve the control level.
The high-temperature infrared thermal imaging camera can capture high-quality infrared heat images on site and store them in the computer in the background, save the temperature of each mold, and make statistical analysis through the background software to make a comprehensive analysis of the production process The control greatly improves the process stability and data traceability of die-casting manufacturers.