The plastics industry is well aware of the problems associated with moisture in the air; from the formation of condensation in forms (sweating) to the absorption of moisture by the plastic granules.
Injection- and blow molding operations use thermoplastics that warms and molds plastics in forms through the use of a tool. The majority of the systems use cold water to a cool surfaces, resulting in a faster thermoforming time of the component, and thus in a larger volume. In general, the colder the shape, the faster the cycle time and the greater production and outputs.
Especially in summer, you have to ensure low temperatures and low humidity to avoid the problem of condensation (sweating) and potential mold. With K.I.R.S.C.H. dehumidification systems you can counter this problem and save a lot of costs.