injection molding


Polyurethane reaction injection molding (RIM) technology was developed in the late 1960s. Since then, the technology has evolved dramatically as more and more product designers and manufacturers have learned to tap the unique capabilities and benefits of RIM for an ever-growing range of products. The universal physical characteristics of polyurethane RIM parts are high strength and low weight. It’s helpful to view RIM not as a specific resin with narrowly defined properties, but as a process capable of achieving a broad range of properties. As its name implies, the polyurethane RIM process uses polyurethanes to produce molded parts. The polyurethanes begin as two liquid components, compared with the pellet form of most thermoplastics. These liquid components – an isocyanate and a polyol – are developed in two-part formulations, which are often called polyurethane RIM systems.

Depending on how the polyurethane RIM system is formulated, the parts molded with it can be a foam or a solid, and they can vary from flexible to extremely rigid. Thus, polyurethane RIM processing can produce virtually anything from a very flexible foam-core part to a rigid solid part. Part density can vary widely, too, with specific gravities ranging from 0.2 to 1.6.


We offer our customers an advanced assembling department where systems and sub-systems design and production projects are carried out according to the  customer’s requirements.  The assemblies can be made in the turn-key format, including integration of sub-systems into larger technology embedded systems. We provide assembly services for the various systems we manufacture in our plant.