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  RefId Make Model Year Tonnage
2810 Automa
Year: 1998
Tonnage: 50
NSB-50 Injection Stretch Blow Molder
1998 50
2850 Bekum
Year: 2004
Tonnage: ---
BM 506 DL CO-EX Continuous Extrusion, Multi-Layer Blow Molding Machine
2004 ---
2895 Bekum
Year: 1992
Tonnage: ---
H111 - Continuous Extrusion Blow Molding Machine
1992 ---
3104 Nissei ASB
Year: 2007
Tonnage: ---
PF8-4B Reheat Stretch Blow Molder
2007 ---
3307 Nissei ASB
Year: 1999
Tonnage: ---
PF8-4B Reheat Stretch Blow Molder
1999 ---
3308 Nissei ASB
Year: 2000
Tonnage: ---
PF8-4B Reheat Stretch Blow Molder
2000 ---
3011 Sidel
Year: 1997
Tonnage: ---
SBO 24/26 Reheat Stretch Blow Molder
1997 ---
2312 SIPA
Year: 2003
Tonnage: ---
ECS FX20/80 EVO PET Thermal Stretch Blow Molder
2003 ---
2313 SIPA
Year: 2003
Tonnage: ---
ECS FX20/80 EVO PET Thermal Stretch Blow Molder
2003 ---
3009 SIPA
Year: 2003
Tonnage: ---
ECS FX20/80 EVO PET Thermal Stretch Blow Molder
2003 ---
3010 SIPA
Year: 2003
Tonnage: ---
ECS FX20/80 EVO PET Thermal Stretch Blow Molder
2003 ---
3372 Sterling / Davis Standard
Year: 1994 - Complete Rebuild 2010
Tonnage: ---
1994 - Complete Rebuild 2010 ---
3489 Tahara
Year:
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TZ 5554 Shuttle Blow Molder
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3117 Uniloy
Year: 1995
Tonnage: ---
12STA - Continuous Extrusion Blow Molder
1995 ---
3722 Uniloy Milacron
Year: 2004
Tonnage: ---
R-2000-100 Reciprocating Screw Blow Molder
2004 ---
3488 Wilmington
Year:
Tonnage: ---
7.5V12 - Vertical Rotary Blow Molder
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3490 Wilmington
Year:
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60-15-3L Industrial Blow Molder
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3491 Wilmington
Year:
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5W24 Horizontal Rotary Blow Molder
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Blow Molding Machinery

Blow Molding Machinery uses a technique called blow molding, which is a method of fabrication where a warm plastic hollow tube is placed between two halves of a mold and pushed to assume the shape of that mold through the application of air pressure.

There are three main types of blow molding machinery:

  • Extrusion blow molding machinery
  • Injection blow molding machinery
  • Stretch blow molding machinery

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The blow molding machinery process begins with melting down the plastic and forming it into a hollow tube. This is also known as a parison - defined as a tube-like piece of plastic with a hole in one end in which compressed air can pass through.

The hollow tube is then clamped into a mold and air is pumped into it. The air pressure then pushes the plastic out to match the mold. Once the plastic has cooled and hardened the mold opens up and the part is ejected.