Rotational Moulding: The Process

 

We can use a range of popular industry materials such as Standard Polyethylene, Cross-linked Polyethylene, Polypropylene, Polyvinyl Chloride, Nylon/Polyamides and Foamed Polymers.

We remove the plastic products from the moulds by releasing the clamps that separate the two tool pieces.

Next the product is taken out and is rigorously inspected for any imperfections, if it passes this quality assurance test it is trimmed and shaped while warm to allow an easier overall process & a smoother more refined finish to the final product.

This is time when Captive nuts, studs and other fittings can be fitted/extracted from the plastic products while they are still warm.

Depending on the size of the product being moulded we can decide which machine would be the most efficient to use. We have two different machines that both have particular pro’s and con’s depending on the type of work we have for them.

To find out more information about what we do please visit us at http://www.rotational-moulding.co.uk

If you have any questions about what we do, or want to enquire about our services that we offer please get in touch with us via e-mail at: jobecuk@hotmail.co.uk or via phone on: 01922 649 961

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