Optimize Cooling Water and Energy Resources
Scientific Cooling Comes to Kansas City
The First Law of Thermodynamics - Energy cannot be created or destroyed.
The next Scientific Cooling Class in Kansas City is scheduled for:
When: September 18th and 19th
Where: Burger & Brown Engineering, Inc.
Address: 4500 E. 142nd Street, Grandview, MO 64030
This comprehensive 2-day class is for designers, mold builders, tooling engineers, process engineers and mold technicians who want to better understand and control the effects of mold cooling resulting in a more robust mold design, mold build, and molding process.
If you want to:
- Reduce Cycle Times
- Conserve Cooling Water Capacity
- Optimize Pumping Energy Usage
- Design Molds with Efficient Cooling Built In
- Maintain Consistent Molded Part Quality
This class if for you!
Learning objectives include:
- Apply and perform heat transfer calculations
- Determine the amount of coolant flow needed for a stable process
- Understand Reynolds Number's relationship to Turbulent Flow
- Understand how mold and polymer material choices affect energy flow
- Review impediments and improve profits
Hands-on learning activities and class discussions support academic calculations. Carry lessons learned back to your shop to increase efficiency and improve profits.
Bring your part to class for group discussion and problem-solving.
Recent Student Comments:
Kevin Clair, Rubbermaid - After participating in this class "I have a better understanding of mold cooling that will help build better molds."
Greg Abbott, Plano Molding - Found it very useful to learn "the amount of heat that can transfer through steel and how to calculate the amount of heat water can remove."
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Registration Closes August 24th, 2018