Leading Rotomolded Product Manufacturers

Rotomolded products require no assembly and have even, smooth walls every time. Rotational moulding is an inexpensive process that fabricates high quality and durable products, but works slowly in small runs. Read More…

Rotomolded Products Rotomolded products are seamless, single piece plastic parts that are thin-walled and hollow. They are made from lightweight thermoplastics like polyurethane, polypropylene, nylon and polyvinyl chloride that form aluminum or steel molds to fabricate many different shapes. Rotational molded plastics are subjected to high heat and therefore must exhibit good thermal stability.

As a full-service rotational molding company, Roto Dynamics is your source for high quality, custom rotomolded products. Since our inception, we have continued to earn success by closely working with our customers, developing innovative and tailored solutions. We are with you every step of the way, from design and development to production and assembly. For a complete view of our capabilities and ...

Roto Dynamics Inc. $$$

We are a custom manufacturer of rotationally molded products. Our state of the art technology creates precise, cost effective and dependable products. Whether your order is large or small, we want to be sure you are satisfied.

Sherman Roto Tank $$$

Western Industries Plastic Products, LLC, specializes in large-part plastic blow molding. We provide expertise and services in product design, process improvement, and product assemblies. We offer our customers comprehensive services and turnkey opportunities to achieve their specific project goals. We can assist with: R&D, product design, product improvement, and secondary-fixture design. For...

Western Industries Plastic Products LLC $$$

We provide outstanding custom plastic rotational molding. Our teams offer short lead times and we will assist you from concept to production. All of our materials and designs are FDA approved and we can handle the most complex projects. We are your one stop shop for all of your rotational molding needs. Give us a call today to learn more information!

Fibertech Plastics $$$

At Horizon Manufacturing Group LLC, we pride ourselves on being pioneers in the realm of rotational molding. We leverage cutting-edge technology to craft a diverse array of products that cater to a multitude of industries. Our core competency lies in the art and science of rotational molding, a process through which we transform raw materials into seamlessly designed, durable products. We excel...

Horizon Manufacturing Group, LLC $$$

Agri-Plastics Custom Rotomolding produces quality, rotomolded parts with only the highest quality aluminum metal molds. At our facility, we develop and test our products through hands-on experience. Our mission is to offer the best quality plastic products by designing solutions that meet our customers’ expectations, while establishing a worldwide reputation for reliability and durability.

Agri-Plastics Custom Rotomolding $$$
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Rotomolded products are found in many different industries including: the sporting goods, marine, materials handling, packaging, office, school, recreation, toy manufacturing, medical, construction, plumbing, agricultural, automotive, promotional/display, road safety and furniture industries. Many different containers are rotomolded, including plastic tanks, cases, packaging containers, bins and trash cans. Other products include doll parts, lawn ornaments, road cones, kayaks, playground slides, outdoor chairs, footballs, sleds, pipe fittings, hoppers and plastic planters.

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These products are usually medium to medium-large in size, but cannot exceed 20 feet because of machinery constraints. They are sometimes multi-wall, often hollow, and the resin can contain additives for moisture protection, flame retardancy, static elimination, color and texture. The rotational molding process is simple, but requires huge, expensive machinery that uses lots of space and needs a fully insulated walk-in oven. Specialty or stock molds are fabricated by welding or die casting and then attached to a massive, round revolver that spins and revolves on two axes simultaneously.

Fine grain plastic resin powder is dumped inside the mold, which is then closed. Multiple products may be formed at one time, regardless of their shape or size difference. Each machine has two to four revolvers that hold molds. The revolvers are either enclosed in an oven or travel to a heated environment, where the process begins. They operate slowly under low pressure and high heat. Inside the molds, the plastic powder becomes molten and smoothly and evenly coats the interior walls.

They are then transferred to a cooling station, where they continue to rotate and are exposed to cold water and air for about 20 minutes in order to cure. Next, the newly formed product is manually removed from the mold, which can be a difficult process. Some products need further finishing, like welding, where parts are attached, or cutting, to add openings and holes. After the plastic has been cleaned and polished, it is ready to be shipped.

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Rotational Molding

Blow Molding

Rotational molding, commonly referred to as "rotomolding", is a plastic casting technique used to produce large hollow, seamless, and double-walled parts. It is a three-stage process that involves a mold on a rotating frame, a heating chamber, and a cooling chamber. Molds for the rotomolding process are specially designed....

Blow Molding

Blow Molding

Blow molding is a type of plastic forming process for creating hollow plastic products made from thermoplastic materials. The process involves heating and inflating a plastic tube known as a parison or preform. The parison is placed between two dies that contain the desired shape of the product...

Compression Molding

Compression Molding

Molding is a manufacturing process that uses a mold - the latter being a solid container used to give shape to a piece of material. It is a forming process. The form is transferred from the mold to the material by...

Plastic Coating

Plastic Coating

Plastic coating is the application of liquid polymers or plastic on the surface of a workpiece by dipping or immersion. The result is a thick plastic finish for protective and decorative purposes. This gives the material additional resistance against...

Fiberglass Molding

Fiberglass Molding

Fiberglass molding is a method for forming complex and intricate parts using fiberglass resin. Though there are several reasons for producing parts and components from fiberglass, the most pressing reasons are the...

Polyurethane Molding

Polyurethane Molding

Polyurethane molding is the process of fabricating or manufacturing plastic parts by introducing a urethane polymer system into a tool or mold and allowing it to cure. Like any other type of plastic, the excellent processability...

Plastic Injection Molding

Plastic Injection Molding

Plastic injection molding, or commonly referred to as injection molding, is a manufacturing process used in the mass fabrication of plastic parts. It involves an injection of molten plastic material into the mold where it cools and...

Rubber Molding

Rubber Molding

Rubber molding is a process of transforming uncured rubber or an elastomer into a usable product by transferring, compressing, or injecting raw rubber material into a metal mold cavity...

Rubber Injection Molding

Rubber Injection Molding

Rubber injection molding is when uncured rubber is transformed into a usable product by injecting raw rubber material into a mold cavity made of metal. The applied pressure produces a chemical reaction like...

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