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How can a hot runner temperature controller heat up your mold 42% faster while using 30% less energy?

Join Husky Technologies July 12 to learn more about how a hot runner temperature controller can increase the productivity of an injection molding cell. Husky will touch on how faster mold heat-ups increase throughput, how shorter plastic residence times ensure higher quality parts and how lower energy usage can reduce overhead costs. If you are interested in increasing your per part profitability with minimal investment, you should join.

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  • How mold heat-up times impact productivity
  • How heat-up strategies can reduce residence times and energy consumption
  • How hot runner controllers can be a tool for minimizing unplanned downtime
  • How hot runner controllers can maximize the effectiveness of planned preventative maintenance cycles
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Vern Moss
Americas Market Manager, Controllers
Vern Moss is the Americas market manager for controllers at Husky. Vern began his plastics industry career over 30 years ago, working with all types of injection molding auxiliary equipment for a major molding machine manufacturer after graduating from the University of Cincinnati with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering. In 1990, Vern worked with American MSI to private-label their innovative hot runner temperature controller. He joined American MSI full time in 1995, working with the Altanium temperature controller. Vern began his career with Husky in 2007 when they acquired the Altanium controller product line and continues to work on control advancement.
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