KIC sintered vents are composed of several straight and uniform pores that allow air or gas that gets trapped inside the mold cavity during injection, or die casting process, to escape freely. The vents act like release windows, while keeping in the molten material. To optimize mold design and reduce the possibility of manufacturing defective parts, strategically place the insertion points to hold the vents.
Fast and easy exchange of venting plugs; easy cleaning of molding dies
Perforation volumes are 5-30 times higher than ordinary venting plugs
Decrease replacement frequency of venting plugs.
Drastically decreases defects such as pin holes, mis-run, and short-shots
Pore sizes range from 0.03 to 0.5 mm; length and diameter of vents to meet your needs
Vents with a pore diameter of 0.3 to 0.5 mm are ideal for low pressure and gravity die casting parts. Vents with ultra fine pores (0.03 mm to 0.1 mm) are typically specified for plastic injection mold applications.
We can supply vents made to your specification as well as standard sizes
Actual pore diameters may vary slightly from specifications
During installation, do not strike the vent pores
Keep insertion tolerances between 0.025 and 0.05 mm