Technology

Plastic injection moulding is a production technology by means of which products of complex shapes can be manufactured. Both thermoplastic and duroplastic technologies are used in our injection moulding plant.


Thermoplastic technology

ABS, PA, PC, PE, PP, PS, PU, PVC, POM, PMMA, PBT, TPU polymerisation basic materials as well as versions of theses plastics reinforced/filled with glass fibres are processed in this technology. In our injection moulding plant, thermoplastics are used on 1- and 2-component hydraulic and electric injection moulding machines.

Duroplastic technolo

All products processed by the electric industry with high precision and in top quality are moulded with this technology. Basic materials used: phenoplastic and aminoplastic resins. In our injection moulding plant, the duroplastics are used on the hydraulic and electric injection moulding machines. Production burrs are unavoidable during the manufacture of thermoplastics, and therefore the parts manufactured on the injection moulding machine are always post-processed.

ML technology

The packaging materials are provided with colour-fast decorations of photo quality. Before the injection moulding, a special polypropylene (PP) label of a material identical to that of the packaging material is inserted into the die, and thereby the product becomes more durable. The serial production of products made with IML technology is very cost-efficient since these products are labelled already at the moment of moulding. Customers may attribute a special design and more attractive appearance to their products with IML technology.

Multi-component technology

Multi-component injection moulding combines various materials and colours in high-value plastic parts. Thereby the products become more perfect from design, technical and functional aspects. This solution is more cost-efficient when automated. Much more beneficial cost-efficiency results can be obtained with the use of this technology. The cycle time can be significantly reduced, and thereby the product manufacturing cost is more favourable than during the traditional one-component moulding process since the manufacturing time of one product is at least by 50% less and no storage of semi-finished products is necessary.  Manufacturing the product using one die and one injection moulding machine suitable for the processing of multi-component products significantly improves the quality of the product. Defects caused by human interactions can be avoided if an automated system is integrated in the processing.