A). Excessive heating of plastic in the injection cylinder.
Lower the melt temperature.
B). The temperature controller is not operating properly.
Check if the temperature controller is in the correct area to control the injection cylinder.
Recalibrate the temperature controller and check for sticky contact, etc.
C). Incorrect thermocouple type is being used.
Check that the type of thermocouple used is consistent with that provided on the temperature controller, such as FECON.
Check that all thermocouples are operating satisfactorily.
D). The plastic is being held in the injection cylinder for too long.
Check the injection weight, if it is less than 25% of the injection pressure of the injection machine, turn the mold to a smaller injection machine
If there is no smaller injection molding machine
available, reduce the injection cylinder temperature to the lowest value, which will produce injection molded parts with the required quality.
E). Plastic stays in the injection cylinder when production is stopped.
When stopping production, clean the injection cylinder so that the screw is in the most forward position.
F). Plastic is "stranded" somewhere in the injection cylinder and degrades.
Check the injection cylinder and remove any residue from the clamping surface.
A). The injection volume of the mold is too small.
Move the mold to a smaller capacity injection molding machine
A). The moisture content in the plastic is too high.
Use the correct drying sequence.
B). The quality of reuse material is different or contains impurities.
Separate and strictly check the impurities in the reused material.