Lois Av

18 Newlands Plaza Corner

Lois Av

Pretoria

0049

Gauteng

South Africa

526 Genl De Wet Street

526 Genl De Wet Street

Pretoria

0182

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.671446207792417

28.172056111145025

Lois Avenue

18 Newlands Plaza Corner

Lois Avenue

Pretoria

0001

Gauteng

South Africa

36 Buro Cres

Buro Cres

Durban

4091

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.846185

30.983538

155 Van Eeden Cres

Van Eeden Cres

Pretoria

0200

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.63055

28.0982

Premium

plastics - vacuum forming

428 Charlotte Maxeke

Charlotte Maxeke

Pretoria

0183

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.75352

28.17148

18 Maltzan St

Maltzan St

Pretoria

0117

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.7555142

28.1629242

Premium

plastics - rods, tubes, sheets...

279 Church St

Church St

Pretoria

0183

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.74856

28.15065

298 Ben Viljoen St

Ben Viljoen St

Pretoria

0116

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.67308

28.17471

30 Landmarks Av

Kosmosdal Ext 11

Landmarks Av

Centurion

0154

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.929771

28.141085

173 Staal Rd

Staal Rd

Pretoria West

0037

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.79161

28.0977

158 Troye St

Troye St

Pretoria

0132

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.7567

28.203

Adriana Crescent

Gateway Ind Park

Adriana Crescent

Centurion

0157

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.88134

28.16415

55 Esselen St

Esselen St

Pretoria

0002

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.75136

28.2033

35 Markham Rd

Markham Rd

Cape Town

7700

Western Cape

South Africa

-29.791686

30.907332

608 Frederika St

Frederika St

Pretoria

0082

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.71749

28.20903

Steenlooper St

Steenlooper St

Pretoria

0181

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.803997

28.225985

2633 Sarel Baard Crescent

Sarel Baard Crescent

Centurion

0157

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.887823

28.162611

220 Sarel Baard Cres

Gateway Ind Park

Sarel Baard Cres

Pretoria

0157

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.85741

28.184669

Plot 106

Pretoria

0002

Gauteng

South Africa

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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