Production of large seamless hollow bodies
UV and impact resistance
Recyclable material
Custom colour production
Complex geometric shapes
Double layer can be formed
Insulation design option
Small and medium series production
Simultaneous use of several tools on several arms
Wall thickness can be changed without tool modification
Metal and aluminium moulds can be selected
Can be welded without deterioration in quality
Inscription, logo, date stamp can be incorporated
Border, indentations, recessed handles
Also suitable for storing chemicals and fuels
Uniform wall thickness available throughout
Metal and plastic thread design
Low machine and tooling costs compared to other technologies
Environmentally friendly technology


For some technical parameters, the production of straight smooth surfaces is complicated
Large batch numbers, mass production is product dependent
Not economical for small product size and 1-2mm wall thickness
Precision tolerances difficult to achieve

Advantages and disadvantages of rotational plastic moulding

Rotational moulding is an efficient and commonly used technology for the production of plastic parts. Like all technologies, rotational moulding has advantages and disadvantages.

One of the main advantages of rotational moulding is its ability to produce plastic parts of large sizes, complex shapes and thicknesses. The parts will have a smooth surface, homogeneous structure and uniform thickness, which is important for their durability and functionality.

In addition, the rotational moulding technology allows for the precise production of parts and a high degree of automation in the manufacturing process. This increases cost efficiency.

However, rotational moulding also has its drawbacks. One such disadvantage is the production time. The rotational moulding process is slower than some other plastics manufacturing technologies, which can mean higher production costs.

In addition, rotational moulding technology uses large amounts of raw materials, which can increase the cost of producing parts.

Overall, rotational moulding of plastic has many advantages and some disadvantages. It is important to consider the advantages and disadvantages and use these to decide whether rotational moulding is the most appropriate technology for the production of a particular plastic part. If large, complex parts and high quality production are the primary concerns, rotational moulding technology may be the most appropriate option.