Blow Molding



The blow–molding process has three major variations: extrusion blow molding (EBM), injection blow molding (IBM) and injection stretch blow molding (ISBM).

Aerosport uses EXTRUSION BLOW MOLDING

EBM: An extruder drops a parison (hot, hollow tube of plastic) between two mold halves. One end of the gap is sealed and the other end is left open. Air is injected through the open end, forcing the malleable plastic against the mold walls. Upon cooling, the plastic retains the contour of the mold. This process can produce very large containers, but is not suitable for all materials.

Plastics We Work With
• ABS
• Flexible PVC – TPU Blend
• PETG
• Polycarbonate
• Thermoplastic Elastomers
• EVA
• K-Resin
• Polyethylene (HDPE, LDPE, LLDPE)
• Polypropylene
With these materials, we can achieve an array of functional properties, such as chemical resistance, biocompatibility, flexibility, stiffness, compressibility, memory, and FDA regulations.


Common Blow Molding Applications
• Water Bottles
• Pharmaceutical Bottles
• Antifreeze Bottles
• Polypropylene Bottles
• Fuel Tanks
• Any Type of Container with a Hollow Chamber





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