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The cavity temperature plays an important part in the monitoring, and closed-loop control of the injection molding process. It is only possible to describe the quality of a molded part completely by measuring the cavity pressure and the cavity temperature. Depending on the application it is recommended to measure either cavity pressure, or the cavity temperature or both signals at the same time. Proven applications are balancing of hotrunners, measuring the viscosity or the automatic detection of the melt front. PRIAMUS® cavity temperature sensors have been especially designed to be used in the mold cavity. In this context the reaction time of the sensors play a vital role. The thermocouple type N has significant advantages compared to the common material combinations used in the industry. While the thermocouple type J consists of corrosive materials, and the thermocouple type K shows inaccuracies up to 3 °C even in the lower temperature range (50 … 200 °C), the thermocouple type N has overcome these short comings.
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