Pulverized resins in powder form specifically formulated for rotational molding. Use this guide to see an overview of densities and melt flows. Contact us for technical support on specific applications.
Products and Solutions for the Rotomolding Industry
Rotomolding is a plastic manufacturing process that allows for the production of large shapes for incredibly demanding applications.
Entec Polymers is uniquely positioned to supply today’s rotomolders with the products and knowledge to help them prosper in this competitive environment.
Entec has a full line of polyethylene (PE) and nylon (PA) products, sourced from several of the worlds leading producers, to insure that we have the right product for your specific needs. These products are available in pellet or powder form and can be supplied in railcar, bulk truck or boxes from one of several of our strategically located distribution centers.
In addition to a full line of high density polyethylene (HDPE), medium density polyethylene (MDPE), linear low density density polyethylene (LLDPE) and low density polyethylene (LDPE), Entec also supplies cross-linked PE, flow and release agents, impact modifiers, and specialty polymers for high performance applications. For barrier applications, Entec can supply polyamide (PA), tie-layers, and various durability-enhancing resins.
Entec offers a full line of colored products and specialty compounds, made to order for your specific application.
Not only do we supply the products you need, but we back that up with world class support:
- Knowledgeable and experienced account managers and customer service representatives.
- Best in class technical support focused on your specific needs.
- Multiple warehouses and compounding/pulverizing locations to make sure you get the product you need when you need it.
No one else brings this total portfolio of resources to the rotomolding industry. Contact us to see how we can help you with your rotomolding needs.
Related Product & Tech Guides
Do you want to learn more about how properly venting molds in rotational molding can reduce your scrap rate? Learn our tricks and tips on how to properly vent a mold.
Would you like to learn more about how to reduce many of your roto-molded part quality issues by simply applying your mold release agents properly? Our tricks-of-the-trade about mold release will benefit you and your team and help reduce your quality costs.
The goal of this resin information sheet is to better educate designers and manufacturers and provide them with the necessary information to enable them to choose the correct resin for their roto-molded products and applications.
Do you want to save time and labor costs and reduce scrap in your Rotational Molding secondary operations? Then take a few minutes to review our critical-to-quality operation of mold parting line maintenance that we truly believe can help improve your quality and bottom line.
Would you like to reduce your internal scrap rate and ensure that the rotational molded parts that you are producing meet your customers’ expectations and requirements? Then please take a few minutes to review why we believe having a robust molded part thickness test program will help you and your company.
Are you struggling with warpage issues in your roto-molded parts? Let Entec's roto-molding experts provide you with assistance to produce warp-free parts!
Do you monitor the Peak Internal Air Temperature (PIAT) in your Rotomolding process? If not, you should. And here’s why. Our document on monitoring Peak Internal Air Temperature (PIAT) helps explain the many benefits of this diagnostic tool and how it can improve the quality of your roto-molded parts and why every roto-molder should use it.
Is your roto resin not flowing the way you need it to? Our Pulverized Resin Quality document can help explain why the quality of the pulverizing operation is critical to successful roto molding.
While injection molding is common inside the plastics industry, it is important to understand how to troubleshoot issues included with the job. Entec Polymers can assist with your processing needs to create an efficient work environment.
Pinking discoloration is a well-known phenomenon that occurs in polymers such as HDPE, LLDPE and polyolefin elastomers.
Tip #1: Understanding the Defect
Tip #2: Brittleness
Tip #3: Burn Marks
Tip #4: Flash
Tip #5: Short Shots
Tip #6: Voids
Tip #7: Record Groove Effects
Tip #8: Delamination
Tip #9: Entrapped Air/Blisters
Tip #10: Parts Sticking