Gas Assisted Molding
Gas-assisted molding or gas injection moulding is a manufacturing process that uses both plastic and gas (nitrogen) to fill an injection mould under pressure. This highly technical form of injection molding can form hollow parts in injection-molding machine cycle time. It enhances the quality mould process, reduces component weight, reduces molding cycle time, and reduces in-mold pressures.
The gas-assisted molding applications are appliance handles, medical equipment housings, steering wheels, long tubular shapes, automotive parts, etc.; from consumer goods to automotive parts, they can benefit from gas-assisted molding.
- Company Capacity
- Injection Tooling
- Quality Control
|Al.&Zn. Die Casting Machine||
12 (up to 800 tons)
99 (up to 1200 tons)
|Hi Speed Electric Injection Machine||
11(up to 280 tons)
|2 Shots Injection Machine||
11 (up to 600 tons)
Powder Coating / Painting / Sand Blasting / Polishing / Anodizing / Chrome Plating
Related Gas Assisted Molding
Inox Gas Assisted Molding
Inox is one of the leading gas-assisted molding providers in China. We engage in gas-assist molding technology for injection-molded plastic parts and products. They are applicable in various industrial applications such as automotive panels, computer enclosures, flat panels for office equipment, furniture, domestic appliances, and many more. Those are some applications benefiting from gas-assisted moldings.
If you are looking for gas-assisted injection moulding, you’ve come to the right place. We will help you find the manufacturing process that’s right for making your product.
Inox is providing an OEM solution for your custom plastic molded parts and products with numerous advantages.
Gas assist injection moldings are an excellent option for your manufacturing factory. You can reduce time and production costs without compromising quality and design.
Gas-assisted moulding has two main applications: internal gas injection and external gas injection. The first is the most widely used process, while the second is uses for enhanced surface definition.
Additionally, there are several variants of the process with its uses and benefits.
Benefits of Inox gas-assisted molding:
- Create a more efficient mold process
- Better surface definition of the component
- Increased dimensional control; part strength, and rigidity
- Weight and cost reduction
- Reduced molded-in stress
- Reducing lock forces or machine size
- Elimination of sink marks
At gas-assist injection molding, you can design even more complex parts while reducing multiple part assemblies. You can save time and cost at a time!
Inox’s in-house engineering and design team is professional and highly experienced. They will provide professional OEM and joint design consulting services for you. Through the years of involvement in total project support, Inox can provide you with a competitive advantage utilizing gas-assist injection molding.
Contact us today and learn more about how Inox provides the best solution for custom gas assist molding.