OUR BUSINESS IS PACKAGING YOUR BUSINESS
We are specialised in the production and decoration of high-quality plastic bottles, pet preforms, containers, jars and closures.
SPE is part of the SHAHSONS group of companies.
The new structure allows the combined companies to expand into new markets geographically, technologically and through an expanded portfolio of products whilst offering the same high level of customer service, innovation and manufacturing agility that customers have enjoyed for over decades.
In a consumer-driven environment distinctive packaging is vital, and we offer unrivaled expertise in developing packaging solutions for markets where quality and style are critical to a product’s success.
EXTRUSION BLOW MOULDING
Extrusion Blow Molding is one of several blow molding methods to produce plastic bottles, jars, and jugs. It is a common blow molding technology used to process many different plastics, including HDPE, PVC, PC, PP, and PETG.
Extrusion Blow Molding is the simplest type of blow molding. A hot tube of plastic material, called a parison, is dropped from an extruder and captured in a water cooled mold. Once the molds are closed, air is injected through the top or the neck of the container. When the hot plastic material is blown up and touches the walls of the mold the material "freezes" and the container now maintains its rigid shape.
For colored bottles, colorants are often fed into the extruder at a controlled rate and mixed with the resin as they are being melted.
Injection moulding is used to make a wide range of plastic products, from enclosures to model construction kits, chairs and toys.
Injection moulding is a manufacturing process for producing parts by injecting molten material into a mould. Material for the part is fed into a heated barrel, mixed (using a helical shaped screw), and injected (forced) into a mould cavity, where it cools and hardens to the configuration of the cavity.
The process is very repeatable. That is, the second part you produce is going to be practically identical to the first one etc. This is a wonderful characteristic when trying to produce brand consistency and part reliability in high volume production.
STRETCH BLOW MOULDING
Stretch blow molding involves conditioning (heating) a molded and cooled preform to a specific temperature, closing it in the blowing mold, then very quickly stretching it in two directions, length and diameter. This biaxially orients the polymer molecules. Often, a rod is used to stretch the hot preform in the axial direction, with air pressure then used to stretch it in the radial direction.
Doing this improves impact strength, transparency, surface gloss, gas barrier, and stiffness properties.
The four plastics commonly used are polypropylene (PP), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyethylene terephthalate (PET), and polyacryonitrile (PAN).
FACILITIES & TECHNOLOGIES
View Strip Line
Our machines are equipped with view strip-line facility. Articles can be made with or without view strip line as per customers requirement.
Auto Deflashing Equipment
Our machines are equipped with auto-deflashing equipment. The top and bottom waste attached to the bottle when it comes out from the mold are auto de-flashed, rather than cutting it manually.
Waste Conveyor Belt System
A percentage of the waste has to be recycled and reused in the raw material. Conveyor system for the waste helps us manage the recycled material in a better way. The waste does not touches the ground and stays away from any kind of dust and dirt.
Fully Automatic Packing
We have auto bagging facility available for bottles which again ensures the high performance in the production line.
Automatic Closures Lining & Wadding
Cap lining and wadding machines inserts seals inside the closures, check for damaged caps and wrongly inserted seals.
Multipoint Parison Programmers
Our machines are equipped with multi-point parison controllers creating uniform article wall thickness, hence improved quality due to lesser thermal stress. Even distribution of thickness and hence possibility for reduction in weight. Reduction in top and bottom wastage and hence higher production. Reduced cooling time due to uniformity of thickness and hence higher production.
Bottles Conveyor Belt System
Conveyor systems are essential for numerous processes on the bottling line: Leak-Testing, Packing, Labeling and more. A speedy, efficient line not only keeps production on schedule, but can help growing business scale to meet demand and more.
Industrial Robotic System
The bottles are placed on the conveyors using robotic systems. Robot control systems ensures high performance in the production line.
Pressurized Leak Testers
Each bottle passes through a pressurized leak tester checking for any pinholes ensuring quality standards are up to the mark.