With decades of blow molding experience, we provide the most cost-effective and efficient blow molding manufacturing process.
We currently house seven blow molding machines within two of our facilities. With the capabilities to use PET, HDPE, PVC, and other alternative materials, we provide more opportunities for our customers, including:
Continuous Extrusion Blow Molding
With continuous extrusion blow molding, a parison (a hot tube of plastic material) is dropped from an extruder and then entrapped in a water-cooled mold. When the mold is closed, air injects through the neck of the container, like blowing up a balloon. The mold is released and the part is revealed.
In-mold labeling is the use of paper or plastic labels during the manufacturing of containers by blow molding, injection molding, or thermoforming processes. The label serves as the integral part of the final product, which is then delivered as a pre-decorated item.
Leak detection ensures each molded piece is the highest quality. This process blows air into a blow-molded part, evaluating pressure decay to determine if there are any leaks or defects.
We can fill your blow molded part with a standard or specialized liquid to any predetermined level efficiently and reliably. Then we use our spin welding process to ensure a liquid-tight seal on every part.
This is a friction welding technique used on thermoplastic materials. The parts being welded are heated by friction to create a tight seal.
- In-Press and Secondary Trimming
- Multiple Parison + Cavity Capabilities
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