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What is the secondary market of hollow blow molding machine

With the transformation and upgrading of the downstream market and the increasingly high labor costs. The automated and integrated hollow blow molding machine has become the first choice of many manufacturers. This has forced the hollow blow molding machine manufacturers have also begun to find ways to abandon traditional product types and focus on the automatic blow molding machine market. However, unlike other products, the production of hollow blow molding machine for manufacturers need to have a strong R & D strength, need to have more experience accumulated. This makes some small hollow blow molding machine manufacturers seem to be unable to cope with. Although the automatic blow molding machine is the trend of the market.
Semi-automatic and simple blow molding machine market will still have a certain amount of market space. Whether it is domestic or export. Because there are still a lot of small workshop type enterprises they are on the one hand the budget is difficult to use fully automatic hollow blow molding machine, because it requires a very high amount of capital investment.
On the other hand, even if these manufacturers introduce hollow blow molding machine, other supporting equipment is also very difficult to match with. We hope that those currently according to the strength of the smaller hollow blow molding machine manufacturers or more focus on halo simple and hollow blow molding machine market, on the basis of a solid foundation of these markets in the input manager to do hollow blow molding machine market research and development, is the right approach. Blow molding (blow moulding ) is also known as hollow blow molding, a rapidly developing method of plastic processing.
Thermoplastic resin by extrusion or injection molding tubular plastic blanks, while hot (or heated to a softened state), placed in the folio mold, immediately after closing the mold in the blanks into the compressed air, so that the plastic blanks blowing and cling to the mold wall, after cooling off the mold, that is, to get a variety of hollow products. The manufacturing process of blown film is very similar to hollow products blow molding in principle, but it does not use a mold, from the perspective of the classification of plastics processing technology, the molding process of blown film is usually included in extrusion.
The blow molding process began during World War II with the production of low-density polyethylene vials. in the late 1950s, with the birth of high-density polyethylene and the development of blow molding machines, blow molding technology was widely used. The volume of hollow containers can reach several thousand liters, and some production has been computer-controlled. Suitable for blow molding plastics are polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride, polypropylene, polyester, etc., the resulting hollow containers are widely used as industrial packaging containers.