36 Blythswood Rd

Blythswood Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.871307

30.992899

Off Spradbrow Rd

19 Oban Plce

Off Spradbrow Rd

Durban

4075

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

230 Archary Rd

Archary Rd

Durban

4052

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.9128

30.992707

85 Pine Rd

Pine Rd

Durban

4157

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.913525

30.982365

6 Palmfield Rd

Unit 5

Palmfield Rd

Durban

4051

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.817255

30.970384

36 Collier Av

Collier Av

Durban

4092

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.902608

30.918642999999975

58 Hannah Rd

Hannah Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.879087

30.993714

183 Sarinia Rd

Sarinia Rd

Durban

4072

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.903348

30.980777

289 Sirdar Rd

Sirdar Rd

Clairwood

4157

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.912851

30.991114

133 SirdarRd

SirdarRd

Clrwd

4157

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.910645

30.985304

112 Williams Rd

Williams Rd

Berea

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.865031

31.008207

Warwick Av

Warwick Av

Durban

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.867067

30.940016

562 Umbilo Rd

Umbilo Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.87408

30.992096

99 Sydney Rd

Sydney Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.86656

31.001923

188 Archary Rd

Archary Rd

Durban

4052

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.9116

30.9902

319 Magwaza Maphalala Street

Magwaza Maphalala Street

Durban

4000

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.863153

31.005212

plastics - Products

Plastic is an extremely flexible material that has revolutionized manufacturing processes in numerous industries. It is used for a great variety of applications, because of the many advantages it confers. Plastic is durable, lightweight, and impact-resistant and can be easily shaped into any form. We are surrounded by plastic products or all sorts of devices using plastic parts and components. Laptops, computers, cellular phones, cars are just a few examples of devices which use plastic in their manufacture.

Depending on the type of products to be manufactured, different plastic manufacturing processes are employed. There are three types of processes used for plastic manufacturing, according to the product requirements: injection molding, plastic extrusion molding and thermoforming.

Injection molding is the most common type of plastic manufacturing process, creating many practical plastic products. By means of thermoplastics, injection molding presses plastic pellets into various molds until the plastic cools ad hardens into the appropriate shape. When the products is cool it is scraped off the mold, and the excess plastic gets recycled. Sometimes, injection molding can leave a small residual line from where the mold parts join. Products manufactured through injection molding include all sorts of plastic containers, toys, tubing and many others.

By means of plastic extrusion molding, the plastic is melted and shaped over a mold, not inside the mold like with injection molding. The plastic is melted over a particular mold, cooled either by spinning or by cold air blast, then the mold is pulled out through the mold cavity - a small hole in the product. This plastic manufacturing process is more appropriate for products used intensely, such as auto bumpers and hoses, tool cases, surf boards, tanks or other plastic products that require higher impact resistance.

Thermoforming is a less intense plastic manufacturing process. Thermoforming heats a large heat of plastic until it becomes pliable, then the plastic is tugged, pulled and lifted into a shape in a process similar to clay modeling. Plastics products are the basic products of our lifestyle.

Browse the Yellow Pages business directory for listings and detailed information on plastic products in South Africa and compare plastic products and services.

plastics - Products

Plastic is an extremely flexible material that has revolutionized manufacturing processes in numerous industries. It is used for a great variety of applications, because of the many advantages it confers. Plastic is durable, lightweight, and impact-resistant and can be easily shaped into any form. We are surrounded by plastic products or all sorts of devices using plastic parts and components. Laptops, computers, cellular phones, cars are just a few examples of devices which use plastic in their manufacture.

Depending on the type of products to be manufactured, different plastic manufacturing processes are employed. There are three types of processes used for plastic manufacturing, according to the product requirements: injection molding, plastic extrusion molding and thermoforming.

Injection molding is the most common type of plastic manufacturing process, creating many practical plastic products. By means of thermoplastics, injection molding presses plastic pellets into various molds until the plastic cools ad hardens into the appropriate shape. When the products is cool it is scraped off the mold, and the excess plastic gets recycled. Sometimes, injection molding can leave a small residual line from where the mold parts join. Products manufactured through injection molding include all sorts of plastic containers, toys, tubing and many others.

By means of plastic extrusion molding, the plastic is melted and shaped over a mold, not inside the mold like with injection molding. The plastic is melted over a particular mold, cooled either by spinning or by cold air blast, then the mold is pulled out through the mold cavity - a small hole in the product. This plastic manufacturing process is more appropriate for products used intensely, such as auto bumpers and hoses, tool cases, surf boards, tanks or other plastic products that require higher impact resistance.

Thermoforming is a less intense plastic manufacturing process. Thermoforming heats a large heat of plastic until it becomes pliable, then the plastic is tugged, pulled and lifted into a shape in a process similar to clay modeling. Plastics products are the basic products of our lifestyle.

Browse the Yellow Pages business directory for listings and detailed information on plastic products in South Africa and compare plastic products and services.

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