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Die Casting Shot Sleeve System

Die Casting Shot Sleeve System

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beneath the pour spout.Depending on the operatingtemperature of the alloy being used,the die caster can presetthe Castool Cooling Jacket.A thermocouple then activatesacontroller which increases or reduces the flow of coolantthrough the jacket as required.
Large diameter sleeves
 will always benefit from thermalcontrol.A series of gun drilled holes are positioned alongthe length of the shot sleeve under the pour spout,and areconnected to gun drilled holes around the die end of the sleeve.A thermal control unit is used to manage thetemperature and the flow rate of the medium (water or oil)to gain control of the shot sleeve temperatures.
Thermal Control Reduces Wear
For maximum operating life,the plunger tip must movesmoothly through a round,straight shot sleeve,with a clear-ance of less than .004”.If the clearance becomes greater thanthis,the alloy can penetrate as flash or blow-by.This willimmediately cause excessive wear.The problem is to preventunequal thermal expansion which will distort the sleeve.Atypical shot sleeve may become 300ºF (150ºC) hotterat the bottom under the pour hole,than at the top in front of the hole.If the temperature of the sleeve is much higher atthe bottom than at the top,unequal expansion will cause it tobecome oval instead of round.Also,this will cause the sleeveto become slightly bowed instead of straight.Either of theseconditions will result in premature wear of both shot sleeveand plunger tip.To avoid this,the temperature at the bottomof the sleeve must be controlled so that the difference in tem-perature,bottom to top,does not exceed 120ºF (50ºC).
When is Temperature Control Necessary?
For small diameter sleeves
thermal distortion is usually sosmall that temperature control is seldom necessary.The flex-ible ring on the Castool plunger tip will conform to minor variations in the bore.
Medium diameter sleeves
may require thermal control. This can be determined by a temperature audit duringtypical operating conditions.Castool has an effective andeconomical cooling device which can be re-used when thesleeve is replaced.The Castool Pour End Cooling Jacketputs maximum shot sleeve cooling where it is needed most –
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