Zengo / PET Power mainly uses the ISBM production technology (Injection Stretch Blow Moulding) for producing Tritan™ waterbottles, glasses and packaging. The production is made via a single stage production process. This method is extremely suitable for both small and larger sizes. The production process follows 3 steps. First a top view picture:

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Step 1: to the basic form (preform)

The Tritan ™ material is dried and goes from the dryer to the machine via a helical cylinder. During this transport, the granules are heated, resulting in liquid Tritan ™. The liquid mass is then injected into the first mould: the so-called preform mould.

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Step 2: to the final shape

The basic shape now receives a neck sprayed with high precision. The blow mould gives the pre-form shape its final shape by providing the elastic part under the neck and blowing it out. Blowing causes the formation of the Tritan™ against the wall of the blow mould, which can produce all kinds of shapes and engravings.

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Step 3: towards the final product

Here a removal unit puts the Tritan™ bottle or drinking glass on a conveyor belt on which a check is made that is related to the customer’s customized requirements. After this, the end products are packed in boxes or on pallets. For Tritan™ we often used protected RPET trays and boxes to avoid damages & scuffing of the Tritan product during transport.

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Safety regulations are strictly enforced in our factory. The plant is BRC certified and has the ISO9001 certificate.

For more information about Tritan™ or Zengo visit: https://zengo-products.com

Pepijn Weijland | Account Manager Tritan™ | pwl@zengo-products.com | +31(0)655184214
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