Plastic Bottle Blowing Mould (FSCM-E5)
|FOB Price:||US $500 / Set|
|Min. Order:||1 Set|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|1 Set||US $500/ Set|
|Production Capacity:||500 Sets/Year|
|Transport Package:||Woden Case|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, D/P, Paypal, Money Gram, Western Union|
- Model NO.: FSCM-E5
- Product Material: Steel
- Method for Making Preforms: Extrusion Type
- Function: Abrasion Resistance
- Warranty: 2 Million Modules
- Condition: New
- Model: Fscm-E5
- Design: 3D or 2D
- Specification: CE, ISO9001
- HS Code: 8480790090
- Application: Commodity, Electronic, Car, Home Use, Household Appliances
- Process Combination Type: Single-Process Mode
- Extrusion Blow Molding Mould Application Type: Commodity Container
- Certification: ISO, CE, RoHS
- Customized: Customized
- Brand: Forstec
- Mould Life: 500.000 Shots
- Trademark: FORSTEC
- Origin: Suzhou, China
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Blowing Mold Features
1.More information about plastic energy oil bottle plastic blowing mould
name plastic energy oil bottle plastic blowing mould
mould material P20
cavity 1 cavity
Shaping Mode Plastic blowing mould
mould design 3D/2D
design days 1 day
mould life 500,000 shots
plastic materia HDPE
steel hardness 36-52HRC(according to different steel)
payment 40% of deposit by L/C T/T 60% of balance by L/C T/T
delivery time 45 days
specification depends on customers' demand
Blowing Mold Basic Process
1. A thermoplastic resin is heated to a molten state
2.It is then extruded through a die head to form a hollow tube called a parison.
3.The parison is dropped between two mold halves, which close around it.
4.The parison is inflated.
5.The plastic solidifies as it is cooled inside the mold.
6.The mold opens and the finished component is removed.