Polinter is equipped to work with a comprehensive range of special procedures:
IPD (Inmold Plastic Decals)
PD+ (Plastic Décor Plus)
Internal capacity of Polinter’s infrastructure
Clamping force: from 150 to 1,000 Tons
Injection capacity: from ~ 100 to 3,500 grams
Annual capacity in injection hours: ~ 68,000 hours
All machines operate with "SEPRO" or "KUKA" 6-axle Cartesian Robots.
All machines are equipped with gravimetric or volumetric dosing devices
For the motorcycle sector, Polinter produces the following accessories:
Our main products for the bicycle sector:
Water bottles - body and lid.
Polinter also produces baby carriers for the car industry.
NEW PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGIES
Polinter is the Polisport Group company that makes new developments possible at the level of injection technologies and decorative plastic parts, providing market differentiation and enabling it to attract internationally renowned customers such as KTM, Husqvarna, Suzuki Spain, Gas Gas and BMW in the motorbike industry, and Decathlon, Sport Zone, Intersport, Lidl Netherlands and Raleigh UK in the bicycle sector.
This partnership between Polinter and Polisport has given rise to a number of innovative technologies, many of them patented and distinguished with international awards.
Against this background, Polinter intends to continue its modernization efforts and maintain its competitive edge in terms of both differentiation and product quality, and efficiency and flexibility in production.
Two other major assets associated with Polinter are its vast product range and its ability to produce in small series, which makes it vital that the company is efficient (e.g. with regard to set-up time) in order to achieve competitive prices.
To this end, the company has expanded its technological capabilities: new products are integrated into the manufacturing process smoothly and seamlessly, so as to minimize problems in the early stages. A constant effort is made to avoid importing problems arising from inadequate study of prototypes and failure to share information with the customer in the design stage.
Changes introduced by the customer during the product’s life cycle are handled in such a way as to minimize losses to both parties, subject to response flexibility.
With a view to optimizing its use of natural resources, the company reuses the materials from parts rejected in the course of machine tuning for quality control purposes.