General building, road construction and general factory industries comprise a huge market with a wide range of machinery and almost innumerable amounts of engineered products.
Rotomoulding is finding its way into many of these products, parts and equipment solutions as the civil and industrial sector discover its advantages over traditional choices.
Rotomoulding offers many advantages over other manufacturing methods that make it ideal for industrial needs. It allows for a a great deal of design freedom and its ability to allow for low run manufacturing requirements means parts and specialized components can be developed very quickly and affordably
Rotomolding also allows for one part construction, giving reducing part count and assembly expenses and thereby reduced manufacturing cost. One-part construction also means no small parts and no welded seams to fail affording greater part durability and strength results in increased product reliability and longevity.
Additionally, rotomoulding results in a lower weight of the end product when compared to its heavy steel equipment counterpart. The lower weight of plastic rotomolded parts often results in substantially lower fuel costs for the end user.
A good example of this would be fuel tanks.
Typical benefits of rotomoulding in the Civil and Industrial market
Very large products possible
All weather resistance
Comfortable to handle(hot and cold)
Consistent wall thickness
Good load bearing properties
High impact resistance
One-part construction(no seams)
Potable water safe
There are many examples of rotomoulding in the Civil and Industrial sector. Uses are growing daily only limited by the imagination.
Potable water storage
Rotational moulding provides for many businesses in their sector