Willoughby, Ohio-based Budzar Industries Inc. said its thermal VAC control unit uses negative pressure, so if there is a leak, the unit will suck in air, preventing hot oil or water from spraying out and causing an injury.
“The true vacuum pressure also permits the operator to do a quicker and safer change on a mold, saving valuable running time and increasing productivity,” said Budzar President David Young.
Budzar also introduced the ICE AP series of self-contained, air-cooling chillers, which use a high-flow process water pump that minimizes the gradients in process temperatures. A top-mounted discharge vents off heat to ducts in the plant, supplementing heating in the winter and increasing ventilation in the summer.
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