Plastic extrusion – The process where plastics and other materials are pushed through a die to create products such as pipes, tubes and profiles.
ISO Accredited – We take this accreditation very seriously and are audited by the British Board of Agrement every six months.
CO-extrude – Where two or more extrusion machines are used to create a single product.
Profiles – A plastic shape produced through the extrusion process.
Hot Melt Printers – Where a metal stamp is heated to embed the required markings/logo or date onto the product.
Inkjet printers – Special Ink is ejected onto the product at 55 mph and dry’s almost instantly to print the required markings onto the product.
PVC Flexible – A plasticiser is added to PVC making it more flexible so it can be used for different products.
Polypropylene – Produces products such as loudspeakers, food grade tubes and so on.
High and Low Density Polyethylene – Produces products such as Water pipe and packaging products.
ABS – This is widely used in cars and phones due to its good impact resistance.
High Impact Polystyrene – A type of plastic that is tough with good adhesive properties.