The optimally designed steam chamber, in which the now installed mould has found its place, should also be mentioned. On the one hand, it is insulated to reduce the radiated heat and, on the other hand, thermally decoupled from the machine frame to reduce heat transfer to frame components. Consequently, the steam input takes place in a closed system. This leads to a reduced steam requirement and also to reduced costs.
The Erlenbach mould system also enables using your system with a smaller opening stroke and thereby less floor space. The cleverly thought-out machine concept enables adaptation of the required extension frames without loss of stroke and therefore saves floor space. On the female side, an extension frame is just mounted on the back of the steam chamber. On the male side, the movable machine frame can easily be adjusted by the dimension of the extension frame.
Thus, with both installation variants, the originally designed opening stroke remains without any reduction.