January 2016

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    How do I get a quote? Posted by : Rahul Saini at 12:18 pm No Comments

    You can get quotes in several ways: either e-mail your request by going to our request for quote page, or e-mail with attached specs and drawing; fax us the information including specs and drawing if possible; or call and we can discuss your needs and work up a quote from there. ...


    What Industries do you serve? Posted by : Rahul Saini at 12:17 pm No Comments

    As a manufacturer of custom plastic extrusion profiles, we serve many different industries. We work closely with our customers to provide the highest quality thermoplastic extrusions, whether uilding & construction industry, stretched fabric industry,  electronics, automobile industry, are one of several other served markets. ...


    Difference Between Extrusion and Injection Molding Posted by : Rahul Saini at 11:56 am No Comments

    Extrusion is a process where molten plastic is pushed through a two-dimensional die opening. After the molten plastic exits the die opening, it passes through a series of sizers or forms that hold the shape of the part as it cools. A puller or conveyor grips the cooled extrudate and moves it through the sizing equipment. The extrusion process is capable of producing two dimensional profiles or shapes that are continuous in length, yet can be either coiled or cut to length at the end of the process.  Injection molding is a process where...


    Why should I use PVC? Posted by : Rahul Saini at 11:53 am No Comments

    PVC compounds range from soft (low durometer) to very rigid providing the ability to meet most plastic extrusion profile requirements. With the addition of color concentrates, almost any color is achievable ranging from metallic to florescent. The compounds are inherently flame resistant with good chemical resistance. Weatherability can be achieved with the addition of ultraviolet inhibitors. ...


    Material Selection or Product Development Posted by : Rahul Saini at 11:51 am No Comments

    Yes we can. Our staff has many years experience in extrusion but we can provide some assistance to every industry that we serve. ...


    Which material is best? Posted by : Rahul Saini at 11:49 am 1 Comment

    The goal in material selection is to determine which balance of physical properties best match the end use requirements of your plastic extrusion profile. One must consider many attributes such as environmental, use temperature, chemical exposure, flammability requirements, impact and the overall part function. Our team will work with you to select the optimum balance of material properties, function and cost. ...


    Typical Plastic Materials Posted by : Rahul Saini at 11:47 am No Comments

    The common plastic materials used in the plastic extrusion process are: Acrylic ABS Polystyrene Polycarbonate Polyethylene Rigid and flexible PVC Polyurethane Polypropylene TPR ...


    What is plastic extrusion? Posted by : Rahul Saini at 11:36 am No Comments

    Plastic extrusion is a process by which two dimensional shapes are produced from thermoplastic on a continuous basis. Pipe, tubing, sheet, solid shapes and profiles are typical extruded products. Any desired length part can be provided. In-line application of PSA tapes, labels, punching or notching are available on extruded parts ...