PLASTIC INJECTION MOULDING
The demand for precise, high quality plastic injection moulded products, both here in the UK and overseas, is ever increasing. Coupled with cutting edge plastic injection moulding machinery, modern production facilities and experienced staff, Malton Plastics Ltd (MPL) is an ideal choice for any company requiring injection moulded plastic products or components. Produced in a clean, efficient manufacturing plant, MPL reliably provide custom plastic parts to the trade.
We regularly provide our customers with:
MPL's friendly Yorkshire, yet professional approach to each job means we can implement effective manufacturing workflows to streamline production, consequently saving time and money. We'll give professional advice on your chosen design and can, if required, create custom tooling to suit your plastic injection moulded products in our fully equipped modern tool room.
Competently working with thermoplastics, such as PVC, commodity and engineering plastics, as well as flame retardant and glass filled materials in our plastic injection moulding plant, we aim to deliver precision plastic injection moulded products which exceed our customers' expectations.
All manufacturing is done to ISO9002 standards. Sub-assembly, printing and packing complete our plastic injection moulding service.Telephone 01751 477720 now to speak to us about your plastic injection moulding requirements or email at us firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT PLASTIC INJECTION MOULDING
Plastic injection moulding is the process of creating
component parts via the use of a mould. Hot liquid plastic is injected into a
pre-set mould, allowed to cool and then released. Examples of products made via
this process include; plastic cutlery, lids for coffee cups, plastic cups,
gardening trays, snow sleds, buckets, a number of children's toys and anything
else that you can think of which is a single piece of plastic in a set
The process of plastic injection
The liquid plastic is injected into the mould under pressure.
It is important that a tight pressure is kept to prevent air bubbles. Either side
of the mould is clamped together tightly. Once it has been ensured that all
cavities have been filled with plastic the mould is allowed to cool.