There are patterns and logo patterns in the mold, which are relatively delicate carving processes. However, the mold is repeatedly used under high pressure and high temperature conditions, and is inevitably polluted by the comprehensive deposition of rubber, compounding agents and release agents used in the vulcanization process (the main pollutants are sulfides, inorganic oxides, silicone oil, carbon black, etc.).
Patterns, grooves, etc. are easy to accumulate rubber and residues. When accumulated to a certain extent, it will affect the surface shape of the tire, thus making the product a defective or waste product. Therefore, the mold must be cleaned regularly to ensure the cleanliness of its surface. In order to ensure the quality of the mold and the life of the mold.
On the other hand, the global demand for goods manufactured by molds is tens of billions every year, and the cleaning of molds in the production process must be fast and reliable to save downtime. The traditional chemical cleaning method, high-pressure water cleaning method, dry ice method, etc. all have the disadvantages of high labor intensity, low efficiency, low safety factor and high cost. Therefore, the manufacturing industry urgently needs a high-efficiency, low-cost, cleaning technology.
Laser cleaning technology has significant advantages such as high efficiency, low cost, and no damage to the mold. At the same time, online cleaning operations can be realized, and the operator can be guaranteed safety. Compared with the traditional cleaning method, the use of laser cleaning greatly improves the cleaning quality and cleaning efficiency, solves the problems existing in the traditional cleaning method, and fully meets the requirements that tire cleaning must be fast and reliable.