A “Mould Ejection System oilless plate” refers to a component or system used in injection molding or similar manufacturing processes. It’s designed to facilitate the ejection of a molded product from the mold cavity without the need for traditional lubrication methods involving oil or other lubricants. Here’s some key information about such a system:
Purpose: The primary purpose of an oilless plate in a mold ejection system is to reduce the risk of contamination in the manufacturing process. Traditional lubrication methods involving oil or grease can introduce foreign substances into the mold and, subsequently, into the final product. Oilless plates are designed to eliminate the need for these lubricants.
Materials: Oilless plates are typically made from materials that have inherent lubricating properties, such as self-lubricating bronze or composite materials. These materials help reduce friction between moving components in the mold, allowing for smooth ejection of the molded parts.