HOT AIR TOOLS USED FOR COST EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS HOT AIR TOOLS USED FOR COST EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS

HOT AIR TOOLS USED FOR COST EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS

One of the difficulties in writing testimonials is that with some of our best case studies, we had to sign NDAs (Non-Disclosure Agreements) I imagine if we were to make a video showcasing our various successes, it would be filled with the silhouetted images of people speaking in disguised voices like some mobster in the witness protection program telling who done what. This one case comes to mind.

The company (who shall remain nameless) called us in to help them save money on a project. After several emails and phones calls, we brought a couple of Leister LHS41 System heaters and Robust Blowers to their facility.

This company makes rubber gaskets, door liners, trim etc. The manufacturing process is one of extrusion. Depending on the profile of the end product, hot 'rubber' material is run through a mold and then immediately washed in a saline type bath. Comprised of more than just salt, this bath Is filled with a proprietary mixture that was being wasted in large amounts when the product was removed directly from the bath, which was costing the company thousands of dollars a month.

We configured the setup of two heaters per blower and placed each LHS41 tool directly in front of the intended product. What we discovered was that by applying hot air on the molds before completely removing them from the bath, their proprietary mix stayed in the solution. This process saved them thousands of dollars a month that they were spending to replenish the saline mix.

One of the difficulties in writing testimonials is that with some of our best case studies, we had to sign NDAs (Non-Disclosure Agreements) I imagine if we were to make a video showcasing our various successes, it would be filled with the silhouetted images of people speaking in disguised voices like some mobster in the witness protection program telling who done what. This one case comes to mind.

The company (who shall remain nameless) called us in to help them save money on a project. After several emails and phones calls, we brought a couple of Leister LHS41 System heaters and Robust Blowers to their facility.

This company makes rubber gaskets, door liners, trim etc. The manufacturing process is one of extrusion. Depending on the profile of the end product, hot 'rubber' material is run through a mold and then immediately washed in a saline type bath. Comprised of more than just salt, this bath Is filled with a proprietary mixture that was being wasted in large amounts when the product was removed directly from the bath, which was costing the company thousands of dollars a month.

We configured the setup of two heaters per blower and placed each LHS41 tool directly in front of the intended product. What we discovered was that by applying hot air on the molds before completely removing them from the bath, their proprietary mix stayed in the solution. This process saved them thousands of dollars a month that they were spending to replenish the saline mix.