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Introducing RotoFlow

Apr 1, 2014, 09:51 AM by Andrew Musselman
Stoner introduces RotoFlow™, a new surface enhancer that improves part quality.

New Surface Enhancer Improves Part Quality

The “small stuff” often matters most in rotational molding – especially for cause of defects, scrapped parts, and decreased production efficiency.

Inserts, tight radii, threads, and deep cavities are often hard-to-fill areas of rotationally molded parts. This common problem can result in weak or defective components of the molded part leaving it unusable.

The new, Stoner RotoFlow™ increases the flow of polyolefin and nylon resins into these difficult areas producing a fully molded part and nearly eliminating voids, pinholes, bridging, thinning, and static lines on the surface.

Users have reported higher part quality, increased production efficiency, and reduced operational waste allowing them to achieve higher production goals in less time using this product.

Damage before using RotoFlow Higher Quality with RotoFlow

Product molded without RotoFlow

Product molded using RotoFlow

Benefits of RotoFlow™

  • Improves the quality and consistency of rotomolded polyolefin and nylon parts.
  • Removes pinholes, voids, and blow outs.
  • Improves the appearance and operational performance of threads.
  • Increases the strength of inserts.
  • Contains no Class I or Class II ozone depleting substances.
  • Contains no CFC or HCFC propellants or solvents.
  • Contains no chlorinated solvents such as 1,1,1 trichloroethane or methylene chloride.

Stoner RotoFlow™ does not contain ozone depleting substances or chlorinated solvents. Stoner RotoFlow™ is sprayed directly onto the internal mold surface and is suitable for use with most metal surfaces.

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