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District Rd

Hammarsdale

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.76505

30.875589

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Sunny Birches

Entabeni Rd

Pinetown

3610

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.83729

30.88725

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Durban

3610

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

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Plastic Rotomoulders

Plastic rotomoulding is a process for producing hollow plastic products. The process would involve the rotation of a heated hollow mould, using two perpendicular axes.
 
This method was first applied in the 1940’s, however, due to the process being too slow it never really caught on. With modern technology today, as well as improvements in process controls and plastic powders, this method is making a comeback. The moulding process of using rotation was first used to make metal artillery shells. Today rotomoulders can make almost anything that you require, especially plastic bins and containers.
 
Rotomoulding was extensively used to make toys, like doll heads. It is still used to make Pallets, utility boxes, trolley boxes and other custom designed products. One of the more popular products made using rotomoulding is custom made fuel tanks. Most professional rotomoulders are part of the Association of Rotational Moulders in South Africa (ARMSA). These organisations are also part of an international body like the International Association of Rotational Moulders (ARM).
 
While the technology is available to mould plastic into a number of useful products, you would still need to make sure that the rotomoulding process is up to standard. This will ensure that the quality of the finished product is both practical and strong enough for final use. You would also need to seek out those companies that are properly registered and have a good reputation.

For more information about plastic rotomoulding, visit the Yellow Pages website.

Plastic Rotomoulders

Plastic rotomoulding is a process for producing hollow plastic products. The process would involve the rotation of a heated hollow mould, using two perpendicular axes.
 
This method was first applied in the 1940’s, however, due to the process being too slow it never really caught on. With modern technology today, as well as improvements in process controls and plastic powders, this method is making a comeback. The moulding process of using rotation was first used to make metal artillery shells. Today rotomoulders can make almost anything that you require, especially plastic bins and containers.
 
Rotomoulding was extensively used to make toys, like doll heads. It is still used to make Pallets, utility boxes, trolley boxes and other custom designed products. One of the more popular products made using rotomoulding is custom made fuel tanks. Most professional rotomoulders are part of the Association of Rotational Moulders in South Africa (ARMSA). These organisations are also part of an international body like the International Association of Rotational Moulders (ARM).
 
While the technology is available to mould plastic into a number of useful products, you would still need to make sure that the rotomoulding process is up to standard. This will ensure that the quality of the finished product is both practical and strong enough for final use. You would also need to seek out those companies that are properly registered and have a good reputation.

For more information about plastic rotomoulding, visit the Yellow Pages website.

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