Amber Plastics have been one of Europe’s leading rotational moulders since 1978. Conveniently based in Chesterfield, we are serviced by five international airports within a 90 minute drive, a national rail link between London and Edinburgh as well as being at the centre of the UK motorway network.
Our rotational moulded products and components are used by many of the world’s best known brands. Over the years we have developed strong relationships with our customers based on the quality of our products, level of service and the ability to always deliver on time in line with production schedules.
At Amber Plastics we live by our mantra ‘Right first time, every time’ and we apply this daily. Our customers know that we listen to their priorities and produce a product that is exactly what they are looking for, whether they want to improve performance and quality or are simply looking to reduce costs. We work with companies of all sizes and are happy to work on a variety of contracts.
Our team at Amber Plastics are all experts in their field with many years of experience and superior product knowledge at their disposal. We are always happy to discuss your rotational moulding needs and we will be able to advise you on the best solutions for your company.
One of the main advantages of plastic rotational moulding is the reduction in costs; rotomoulding is a great deal more cost effective than fabricating, fibre glass, injection, vacuum or blow moulding.
A design which features intricate details or inserts that increase performance can be easily manufactured using rotomoulding without the need for additional components and can also reduce assembly times.
Components made using rotomoulding are more reliable, robust and able to withstand extreme conditions, without the need for additional chemical or weather proofing. Components are never over engineered and have no joints and negligible internal stresses. In addition rotomouldings are self coloured so there are limitless aesthetic options available.
If you are considering making the change from metal or grp to plastic then it is worth considering rotomoulding instead of other systems such as injection, blow or vacuum forming. The rotomoulding technique involves placing a small amount of carefully measured plastic powder into a tool, heating and rotating it until the plastic melts and fully coats the inside of the mould. Once cooled and broken apart the moulding is complete.
Though the process is simple the possibilities are endless and can be adapted for more complex finishes with specified wall thickness and various metal inserts for fittings. Amber Plastics uses their many years of experience to modify the process for each client’s brief.
Rotomoulding is an incredibly flexible option that can include both simple and complicated designs and features of all shapes and sizes. Used for large tanks and multi wall applications which have different internal and external structures which also allow for rigid, covers, cowls, hatches and lids to be created.
Rotomoulding permits the creation of even the most multifaceted designs to be produced and can incorporates a whole host of options including logos, inserts, recesses, bosses and spouts.
Products can be finished using CNC techniques and to add to the overall aesthetic of the products surface finishes and textures cab be included as well as a complete spectrum of colours. Once we have created your tooling, repeat production is easy and straightforward with no added costs to the moulding part.
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