Polycel Structural Foam

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Somerville, NJ

Polycel Structural Foam, located in Somerville, NJ, is a leading provider of Injection Molded Plastics solutions, specializing in structural foam technology. With a strong commitment to innovation, quality, and customer satisfaction, we deliver high-performance injection molded plastic products and comprehensive service capabilities to meet the diverse needs of our clients.

Structural foam injection molding offers exceptional strength, rigidity, and lightweight characteristics, making it ideal for a wide range of applications. At Polycel Structural Foam, we leverage our expertise, state-of-the-art technology, and skilled workforce to provide exceptional injection molded plastic products and services.

Product Offerings:

1. Structural Foam Molding: We specialize in structural foam injection molding, a process that creates lightweight and strong plastic parts with a cellular core structure. This technology enables the production of large, complex, and highly durable components suitable for various industries.

2. Custom Injection Molding: Our skilled team excels in custom injection molding, offering a wide range of capabilities to meet the unique requirements of our clients. From design to production, we work closely with customers to develop custom molds and manufacture precision-engineered plastic parts that meet their exact specifications.

3. Material Selection: Polycel Structural Foam offers a range of high-quality plastic materials suitable for structural foam molding. Our experts assist clients in selecting the most appropriate materials based on their application requirements, ensuring optimal performance and durability.

Service Capabilities:

1. Design Assistance: Our experienced engineers provide comprehensive design assistance services, offering expertise in material selection, part design optimization, and manufacturability considerations. We collaborate closely with clients to ensure efficient and successful production processes.

2. Tooling and Mold Making: Polycel Structural Foam houses a state-of-the-art tooling and mold making facility. Our skilled toolmakers utilize advanced equipment and techniques to fabricate high-quality molds that precisely match the specifications of each project. We prioritize accuracy, durability, and efficient production.

3. Manufacturing and Production: Equipped with advanced injection molding machines and specialized structural foam technology, our modern manufacturing facility enables us to efficiently produce large-scale components with exceptional quality. We implement stringent quality control measures to ensure consistent performance and durability.

4. Assembly and Finishing: In addition to injection molding, we provide assembly and finishing services to enhance the functionality and aesthetics of plastic parts. These services include post-mold machining, painting, printing, and custom finishing, delivering comprehensive solutions to our clients.

Industries Served:

Polycel Structural Foam serves a diverse range of industries, including automotive, aerospace, electronics, industrial equipment, and more. Our injection molded plastic products find applications in various sectors, such as automotive components, electrical enclosures, appliance parts, and construction components.

Polycel Structural Foam is dedicated to delivering exceptional injection molded plastic products and services. With our focus on innovation, quality, and customer satisfaction, we strive to be the preferred partner for clients seeking reliable, high-performance structural foam solutions.

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