Cooling for mouldmaking Half a century of “cool” technology

Editor: MA Alexander Stark

Germany — For 50 years, standardised components from Hasco have been enabling mouldmakers throughout the world to ensure efficient cooling of injection moulding tools.

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Hasco’s cooling system celebrates its 50th birthday.
Hasco’s cooling system celebrates its 50th birthday.
(Source: Hasco)

From nipples and couplings through to nozzles and hoses, Hasco offers a comprehensive cooling range for modern mouldmaking. The comprehensive range of variant combination options guarantees future-oriented solutions for all challenges in cooling technology.

It was back in 1971 that Hasco developed the first plug-in connector with the respective coupling, and subsequently had it patented. Only the company's hose nipple profile allows such high tear-off forces and bursting pressures, that avoids hose damage. Continuous, market-oriented further development has made it possible to establish one of the industry’s most comprehensive product ranges for mouldmaking. The portfolio consists of numerous standard components, the high-temperature range, the Push-Lok system. And was recently extended with the stainless steel and clean break systems.

As a DIN ISO 9001 certified company, the company attaches major importance to maximum raw material quality and constant quality controls. Very tight production tolerances allow worldwide compatibility, and an unambiguous product labelling system guarantees 100 % traceability.

In the new cooling system poster, users will find a compact overview with detailed technical information on all applications. The poster is also useful when it comes to selecting the right products.

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