Rotational Moulding

Rotational moulding, also known as roto moulding is a process of manufacturing hollow plastic products. This technology has expanded the capabilities of polymer product manufacturers by enabling them to create light-weight, seamless, stress-free parts of virtually any size in the most complex shapes.


It is a high-temperature, low- pressure, open moulding plastic forming process that uses heat and biaxial rotation to produce hollow, one piece parts. Roto Moulding has always been thought of as the ideal process for producing large tanks. This technology offers tremendous flexibility both in design and production, and the ‘double wall’ construction creates a lightweight product with good structural integrity.

It has following advantages:

    • Use of centrifugal force and not pressure, to fill the mould
    • Low tooling cost
    • Flexible design parameters
    • Excellent load bearing characteristics
    • Easy wall thickness corrections
    • Versatile process used for a wide variety of products for diverse market sectors
    • Time tested

  • Easily customizable in terms of weight, no. of layers, shape, colour etc.