Our three main manufacturing processes:-
In this process a hollow plastic tube (Parison) is fed from a heated barrel and is clamped between two halves of a mould and air is fed in at high pressure. The parison takes the shape of the cavity while it cools and hardens.
In this process plastic material is fed from a heated barrel and passes through two counter rotating dies to produce a mesh in a tube form which is then passed through a trough (Quench Tank) containing cool water to harden it. Various die types and die rotating speeds are used to produce mesh tubes or flat meshes of different types and sizes.
In this process plastic material is fed into a heated barrel and forced into a mould cavity where it cools and hardens and takes the shape of the cavity.