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Injection blow moulding with Lexan HP resin provides uniform, thicker walls enabling optical density measurement capabilities with limited pH shift.
In the near future, injection blow moulding processes will also be used.
He said: "Introducing injection blow moulding complements our existing capabilities, greatly enhancing what we can offer our growing client base.
UK-based plastic packaging manufacturer, Sone Products Ltd, has announced it is to introduce injection blow moulding to its growing range of services, investing a further [pounds sterling]700K at its County Durham facility.
A development project has seen Wyeth invest I million Euros in high-cavitation tooling, while Cope Allman has implemented a dedicated manufacturing cell at its Portsmouth plant including the largest injection blow moulding machine the company has installed to date a high level of production automation.
The new 6013M-07 blow moulding grade aimed at high heat resistance applications in the medical and food industries uses new metallocene catalyst technology which gives it a wider processing window and does away with the need for an external lubricant for injection blow moulding and injection stretch-blow moulding.
A hybrid drive version of Jomar's M-135 (135 tonnes clamp) injection blow moulding machine is said to cut power consumption by 35 per cent while giving identical performance to the hydraulic equivalent.