About Plastic Pipe Fitting Mould

In 1872 John Wesley Hyatt and his brother had launched the first plastic pipe fitting molding machine. During World War II, the plastic injection industry witnessed a boom. In the molding process, hot and molten plastic is injected under high pressure into thin moulds. With demand of mass production rising plastic molding process became popular. Today this technology is being used to manufacture bottle caps and hair combs as well. For your molding needs, you can trust plastic mould maker China, who offers quality products.

2-1403121F44R94Advantages of injection process

Plastic pipe fitting mould is very beneficial which can be used to create products which have uniform properties. These molds cater to the needs of the plumbing industry. Plastic molding process is cost efficient compared to other processes. It is high on repeatability, low scrap is produced and very little finishing is needed. A plastic pipe fitting machine comprises of some of the main components. They are the heating and injecting units. A heated barrel is used to feed the material in the machine which requires to be heated before the injection process.

Steps involved

The mold which is used for the process of molding has to be placed near the nozzle of the injecting machine. It is clamped with large pressure to keep it in place firmly. The molten plastic is allowed to cool after it is injected by the plastic machine in the mold. After cooling, the plastic part can be easily removed from the mold. It will acquire the shape which you desire. The temperature of the barrel is one factor which plays a role in the final outcome of the plastic part.

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