Injection Moulding

Plastic Injection Moulding is a process where a plastic material is melted and injected into a sealed mould. The raw material in the form of granulates is compressed by a rotating screw and forced into a heated barrel. The molten material is then injected under high pressure into a mould, giving the final product its desired shape. The product is cooled, solidified and ejected out of the mould, restarting the process.