Advantages of PVC Rotationally Molded Parts

PVC Rotational Molding

PVC, or Polyvinyl Chloride, also called Plastisol, is a vinyl compound with many uses. Vinyl parts that are rotationally molded can be inflatable. At Roto Plastics we can help you understand PVC / Plastisol and how it can benefit your company. By using PVC your products can be simplified, beautified, and diversified, creating a safer, more durable product.

Rotationally molded PVC / Plastisol parts, or Inflatables, are:

  • Inexpensive
  • Easy to Produce
  • Durable
  • Virtually Indestructible
  • Cost-Effective
  • Resistant to UV Light Degradation, Electricity
  • Inherently Fire Safe
  • Excellent Insulators
  • Safe and Trusted

Experts in PVC Rotational Molding

We are leaders in PVC / Plastisol Rotational Molding, not only in Michigan, but nationwide. Our success as a PVC molder, and ultimately your success with the vinyl part we make, lies in our understanding of the theology of plastisol. Our sophistication in handling liquid resins exceeds that of most other nationwide rotomolding companies, making Roto Plastics an authority in PVC Rotational Molding.

At Roto Plastics, we are proud of our achievements in PVC molding. Roto Plastics is a four-time winner of the Annual PVC Award, presented by the Association of Rotational Molders. We also hold numerous processing patents.

Of all U.S. custom rotational molders, only an estimated 25% mold PVC; of those molders, only a small fraction produce inflatables. Even fewer plastisol molders tackle dual-wall thicknesses, one of our PVC rotomolding specialties.

Rotomolded plastisol allows for the creation of flexible and inflatable products at a much more reasonable cost than other vinyl molding alternatives, and offers greater freedom of design. By offering these services, Roto Plastics is able to better serve you, our customer.

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