Wicklow, Ireland, August 20, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Automatic Plastics, one of the UK and Ireland’s largest injection plastic moulding suppliers have launched their new website. The website was required to meet customer’s needs worldwide for immediate information.
The customers of Automatic Plastics (http://www.automaticplastics.com) can now download all the company brochures from the site, they can review the full the list of services, but most importantly, clients can now upload their specification on the website.
Automatic Plastics (http://www.automaticplastics.com) has an enviable client list that runs from the top pharmaceutical companies to the leading car manufactures such as Peugeot, Renault, BMW, Volvo, VW and Honda.
Due to continued capital investment in automation APL is competing worldwide. The company operates a programme of continuous investment in machinery. They use the latest technology, deploying all-electric moulding machines which deliver great speed and accuracy at low running costs. The profile of the machinery at present is
• 25 Injection Moulding Machines.
• Machines range from 25 to 500 tonnes.
• All injection moulding machines are equipped with the latest in microprocessor technology and with the latest closed loop control systems.
• Average machine age is only 7 Years old.
Automatic Plastics provide a wide range of services to all their clients.
This process enables APL to print text onto the plastic items produced by the Injection Moulding process. A silicone pad can pick up a text image and transfer it onto a variety of shapes - where printing would have been impossible in the past.
During the plastics production process, often there is a need to bind two objects together and ultrasonic welding facilitates this. High-frequency ultrasonic acoustic vibrations are used to create pressure and ultimately weld the items together without the need for adhesives, bolts or any other connective materials.
APL has specialist expertise in Insert Moulding. This is the process whereby a plastic or metal insert is put into a product during the moulding process or after moulding. Usually the purpose of insert moulding is to improve the strength or the functionality of the final product. Automatic Plastics (http://www.automaticplastics.com) can be contacted through their new website.
Automatic Plastics Limited
Tinahely, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.
Tel: +353 402 38231