With new production equipment comes new Custom Moulding Facilities. Eastsea has been investing in new machinery over the last 5 years. This has opened up new markets and we are able to offer:
Pre-mixed material is automatically fed into the machine hopper, this material is heated until melting point, and then extruded into the mould. The mould can either be water or air cooled. Once the product has solidified enough, It is removed from the mould either by hand or with ejection.
Pre-Mixed Material is removed from the extruder after being melted, and then placed into one half of the mould. The top part of the mould is then pressured down and compresses the material into the moulding. A short period is allowed for cooling, and then the product is removed and left to further cool down.
Pre-mixed material is automatically fed into the Blow Moulding machine’s hopper, this material is heated until melting point, and then extruded vertically via gravity (known as the parison). Two machined profile moulds then encase the material, whilst compressed air is used to inflate the parison against the moulds. The plastic is cooled within the mould, and then removed after the cycle is complete.