Unrivalled Injection Moulding Capabilities

Unrivalled Injection Moulding Capabilities

About Our Injection Moulding Capabilities

For over 50 years, we have been manufacturing high-quality plastic injection mouldings for our international client base. During that time, we have grown to become one of Europe’s leading suppliers of plastic injected parts, and continue to stay ahead of our competition with the latest technological advancements.

Our facilities across the world feature the latest advancements in automation and robotics, making sure we deliver an extensive range of high-quality products of various sizes to a wide range of industries. We have more than 150 plastic injection moulding machines in the group, ranging from 25 tonne to 3150 tonne lock, located across our three dedicated injection moulding facilities.

Our manufacturing capabilities gives us the competitive edge: our clients receive precision mouldings at cost-effective prices every time.
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The Injection Moulding Process

Step 1
The mould tool is securely mounted into a moulding machine of relevant size, with the two halves of the tool held into place by clamps. A machine setter prepares for production by entering the specific tool settings into the machine.
Step 2
Plastic pellets are fed into the moulding machine using a hopper and passed into a heated barrel to melt the granules. Within the barrel a reciprocating screw plasticises and compresses the material, driving the molten plastic towards the mould tool.
Step 3
A nozzle forms a seal between the barrel and the mould tool. Under high pressure the molten plastic is passed from the barrel, through the nozzle, and into the cavity of the mould tool. Tools can contain multiple cavities to produce more than one part each time.
Step 4
Temperature controlled water or oil circulates the body of the mould tool for a specific length of time to cool the plastic within. As the plastic cools it solidifies to the shape of the mould cavity or cavities.
Step 5
The moulding machine uses its moving platen to open the mould tool and ejector pins extend into the mould cavity to push the part out. Often a robot collects the finished moulding from the mould and places it on a conveyor belt or final working area. They then retract to their original position allowing the mould to be closed and the cycle repeated.

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