Hydraulic drive injection units

Inpros auxiliary injection units can be installed in any position onto a press or mould; supplied complete with heater bands, thermocouples, transducers, hopper and quick-fit connections both electrical and hydraulic to the control unit.
Several methods are adopted for mechanically interfacing to the press itself, either strapping to the tie-bars, bolted to the press platen or to the mould, independent on self supporting frame (in certain cases both options may be necessary).
If the press anti-intrusion gates prevent fitting the auxiliary injection units due to it’s dimensions then customized aluminium profile safety gates with polycarbonate windows can be supplied.
The self-standing hydraulic oil unit comprises of a fixed volume inverter driven pump, proportional pressure/flow regulation, pressure and speed profiles accurate to within 1/10mm. over the injection stroke.
Fitted with oil filters, heat exchanger, thermostatic oil temperature control with oil level sight-glass and electric level switches. Inpros has adopted top brand names in the field for electric and hydraulic components, (Bosch-Rexroth, Parker, Voith, Siemens, Gefran), all of which are easily available from any industrial outlet.
The electrical control panel is fitted together with the remote controller on one side of the hydraulic self-standing hydraulic unit. The remote controllers specifications are:

Video LCD 7” colour touch screen with a 840×480 resolution multi language display
Injection pressure and speed profiles
All movements are under pressure and speed control provided by an inverter
driven pump motor
Backpressure control by means of proportional control valve
Cycle Start either from Core Puller or by mould embedded sensor
with injection delay adjustments
Mould memories and log of last cycles
Alarm diagnostics
Heating regulation for each cylinder zones
Display of active Inputs and Outputs
Injection sequence graphics
Dimensions: Diameter 280mm Height.85mm Weight: 2 Kg

The unit is electrically interfaced to the press by means of the Euromap 12, 62 or 67 connector
All electrical and hydraulic connections are included in the supply together with flexible trunking, flexible hoses (Length=6000mm) complete with quick-fit connectors and plugs fitted to the injectors body.

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