HDPE-SA Plastics offers new and used moulds and machines for both Blow moulding and Injection moulding operations.

HDPE-SA Plastics also designs and imports new moulds and machines.

MACHINES

Injection and Blow Moulding machines facilitate the shaping of molten plastic into desired forms, whether it’s through injection moulding or blow moulding techniques.

Leak Tester
R 100 000-00
New

5L Blow Mould Machine – Single Station
R 500 000-00
Used

Granulator – Small
R 50 000-00
Used

125 Ton Injection Mould Machine
R 500 000-00
Used

160T Injection Mould Machine
R 420 000-00
Used

Granulator – Big
R 150 000-00
Used

Material Mixer – Small
R 20 000-00
Used

Material Mixer – Big
R 60 000-00
Used

Injection Moulding Machines

These machines are used for injection moulding, where molten plastic is injected into a mould cavity to create solid plastic parts.

There are different types of injection moulding machines, such as hydraulic, electric, and hybrid machines, each with its own advantages in terms of speed, precision, energy efficiency, and cost-effectiveness.

Blow Moulding Machines

These machines are used for blow moulding, where molten plastic is extruded and shaped by compressed air into hollow forms, such as bottles, containers, and other hollow shapes.

Blow moulding machines come in various configurations, including extrusion blow moulding machines, injection blow moulding machines, and stretch blow moulding machines, each suited to different production needs and product designs.

MOULDS

110L / 160L Tight Head Drum Mould 
R 250 000-00
Used / Fully Refurb

5L Jerry Can Mould
R 20 000-00
Used

5L Jerry Can Mould
R 20 000-00
Used

5L Jerry Can Mould
R 20 000-00
Used

5L HEX Mould
R 20 000-00
Used

25L REC Mould
R 150 000-00
Used

25L Square Mould
R 150 000-00
Used

25L REC Mould
R 150 000-00
Used

Injection Moulds

Injection moulds typically consist of two halves: the core and the cavity. When closed together, they form the shape of the final part.

The cavity side of the mould is where the molten plastic is injected under high pressure. It contains the negative shape of the part to be produced.

The core side of the mould shapes the internal features of the part, such as holes or undercuts.

Injection moulds are typically made of hardened steel or aluminum to withstand the high pressures and temperatures involved in the injection moulding process.

They are precision-engineered to produce parts with tight tolerances and high repeatability.

Blow Moulds

Blow moulds are typically made of two halves: the core and the cavity. However, in blow moulding, the cavity is often called the parison mould or preform mould.

The parison mould shapes the initial hollow tube or preform, while the core mould shapes the internal features of the part.

Blow moulds can be designed for various types of blow moulding processes, including extrusion blow moulding, injection blow moulding, and stretch blow moulding.

They are usually made of aluminum or other materials suitable for thermal conductivity, as blow moulding involves cooling the plastic to solidify it after shaping.

PARTS

Parts for injection moulding machines vary depending on the specific machine model and manufacturer. However, some common parts and components are found in most injection moulding machines. Here are some essential parts:

Scale – Digital
R 10 000-00
Used