DME system controls line scale buildup

Published: September 26, 2012 6:00 am ET

DME Molding Supplies, the maintenance, repair and operations division of mold component maker DME Co., has introduced a system to control lime and calcium scale buildup in injection mold cooling systems.

The Digital Scale Control System is a computer program that creates a complex group of frequencies that are amplified and driven into a coil that surrounds the cooling-water pipe, breaking down the hard calcite.

The system comes in seven sizes, for pipe diameters ranging from 1 inch to 12 inches. DME has systems for 1- and 2-inch pipes in stock and ready to ship. The give larger sizes can be custom ordered, with a three-week lead time.

DME is based in Madison Heights, Mich.

Tel. 248-398-6000, fax 248-398-6174, email dme@dme.net.


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