The die casting machine presses the mass (e.g. zinc) at high pressure in a precision mould.
In case of a power failure, the pressure casting process can't be finished. The mould stays closed at high pressure casting mass cools down. It is difficult and expensive to remove the cold mass. Often, the precision moulds become unusable. Moreover, safety standards require that the pressure in the mould is released.
Full completion of the die casting process in case of a power failure, thus avoiding damages to the precision moulds.
The "Plug & Play" solution PxtFX supplies the drives with the energy required to complete the die casting process in the event of a power failure.
The active energy management system PxtFX supplies the drive with the energy required to complete the die casting process in the event of a power failure.
Use of the 24 Volt Emergency Power Supply NEV to supply the 24 V network for control and sensorics.
Temporary power failures can be bridged without interrupting the die casting process.
Voltage dips are compensated, the machine runs smoothly
In the event of a power failure, the pressure casting process is completely finished
No damage to tools or materials
The pressure in the mould is released