Founded in 1981, Parekhplast boasts a long tradition of providing quality products manufactured through Blow moulding, Injection moulding and Injection blow moulding process. Our facilities and our people are what make the difference. From the initial part concept through tooling and production, we utilize our capability and expertise to create cost-effective solutions for you. We offer all our clients with comprehensive solutions & first-class, hassle-free service. We are totally customer focused & work in close partnership with our clients to ensure a seamless service to meet and often exceed their expectations.
Our impeccable quality and strict commitment towards product innovation have helped us to earn a remarkable market share in our short journey of several years. We take great pride in knowing that our products are setting the standards of quality and reliability in the entire market.
Sometimes referred to as extrusion blow moulding (EBM) this process begins with plastic being melted and extruded into a hollow tube (parison).
The parison is then captured by closing it in a water cooled mould. Air is then blown into the parison inflating it so that the plastic takes on the shape of the mould.
Typical materials used: Polypropylene (PP), Polyethylene (PE), Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol (PETG).
This versatile process allows the production of unique shapes, sizes and neck types in a variety of materials.
Injection blow moulding is used for the Production of hollow objects in large quantities. The main applications are bottles, jars and other containers.
The Injection blow moulding process produces bottles of superior visual and dimensional quality compared to extrusion blow moulding. This process is ideal for both narrow and wide-mouthed containers and produces them fully finished with no flash materials.
The plastic injection moulding process produces large numbers of parts of high quality with great accuracy, very quickly.
Plastic material in the form of granules is melted until soft enough to be injected under pressure to fill a mould. The result is that the shape is exactly copied. Once the plastic moulding has cooled sufficiently to harden the mould opens releasing the part. The whole injection moulding process then repeats.