Rotomolding is used to create a wide variety of products in a huge range of sizes, from small ear syringes made of plastisol to immense 22,000-gallon vessels of polyethylene. The process can be used to create an almost endless variety of shapes.
A World of Benefits
Rotomolding is effectively replacing more traditional methods of plastic fabrication. It delivers better results with fewer breakages and is often less expensive than the alternatives. Finished products are strong and have excellent resistance to the elements. Changes in temperature are usually no problem unless the variation is very extreme. In addition, rotomolded plastics are not affected by most chemicals, oils, or food juices. Products produced using this method are virtually stain-free because the molding materials are not subjected to the negative effects of pressure when in the molten state.