Diverter plug Z9675
The Z9675 diverter plug from Hasco Hasenclever GmbH + Co KG, Lüdenscheid, Germany, enables ejector pins or core pins to travel literally through the cooling system. Until now, the position of drilled cooling channels has often been a compromise with the space needed for ejectors or core pins. Sufficient space had to be left between the drilled holes and, if there was a collision, an expensive repair was needed. With the diverting element, the mold designer can now intentionally design for a collision of this kind and thus optimize the position of the cooling channel and the ejector, because the diverting element seals off the channel to the cavity and blocks the insert to the outside.
The cooling medium can now flow around the pin.
This solution is also available as a base version without the drilled core, if, for example, it is only a matter of sealing a collision leakage in the cooling system, or if the customer himself wants to drill the core with a different diameter. This is useful, for example, if stationary cores need to be cooled directly with this system. The base element can be shortened easily to achieve the desired length. Three factory-machined O-ring grooves are provided to accommodate the supplied O-ring and seal against coolant leakage regardless of the length.
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