Processes

At Gokul Industries, it is our constant endeavour to offer a
one-stop solution to all your needs

Injection
Moulding

It is a fast process and is used to produce large numbers of identical items ranging from high precision engineering components to disposable consumer goods.

Injection Moulding
Injection Moulding

This is one of the prime processes for producing plastic parts and articles. It is a fast process and is used to produce large numbers of identical items ranging from high precision engineering components to disposable consumer goods.

Most thermoplastics are produced by injection moulding using the following materials (with alloys like FR, GF, MF, CF, blends etc.)

  • PPS : Poly Phenylene Sulphide
  • PES : Poly Ether Sulphide
  • PPO : Poly Phenylene Oxide
  • POM : PolyOxy Methylene (Acetal)
  • PA6/66 : Polymides Nylon 6,6/6,plain and glass filled
  • PA11/12 : Polymides Nylon 6/12.11,12 transparent
  • PA 46/PPA : Polymides Nylon 46 stanyl
  • PC : Poly Carbonate
  • PBT : Poly Butylene Terepthalate
  • PET : Polyester
  • TPU : Polyurethane
  • TPE : Thermoplastic Elastomer
  • ABS : Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene
  • SAN : Styrene Acrylonitrile
  • PMMA : Acrylic
  • All general plastics like PP, PS, LDPE , HDPE , HIPS

Parts to be injection moulded must be very carefully designed to facilitate the moulding process; the material used for the part, the desired shape and features of the part, the material of the mould, and the properties of the moulding machine must all be taken into account. The versatility of injection moulding is facilitated by this breadth of design considerations and possibilities.

Advantages of Injection Moulding
  • Fast production – can produce an incredible amount of parts per hour
  • Material and Colour flexibility – Once we have a tool made, without too much difficulty, we can change the material and colour of the part being produced
  • Low labour costs – An automatic tool runs on an injection moulding machine without much difficulty thus readying the parts with little manual intervention
  • Design flexibility
  • Low waste – Most plastics recycle, so we can reuse it thus reducing the waste

Mould Development

Our skilled mould team with inhouse toolroom maintain the complex, hi-tech and high precision moulds running in our 2 factories.

Mould Development
Mould Development

Our skilled Moulds team with inhouse toolroom maintain the complex, hi-tech and high precision moulds running in our 2 factories. In addition, Gokul Industries has a separate company for making moulds in association with specialists in the industry. Gokul Industries can supply moulds for :

  • High cavitation high volume production
  • Complex mechanisms and technical parts
  • Prototype and short run low cost projects
  • Hot runner, valve gated, heated, fast cooling moulds
  • Vacumn hardened, wear resistent coated steel moulds

Our team can also support in product design, prototyping, mould design, material selection and trouble shooting to provide a complete solution.

Rubber Moulding

In rubber moulding, rubber is shaped to a desired shape. At times, other materials may be mixed to make the rubber more flexible, resistant to UV light and tougher.

RubberMoulding
Sub-Assembly

In rubber moulding, rubber is shaped to a desired shape. At times, other materials may be mixed to make the rubber more flexible, resistant to UV light and tougher.

High Temperature Moulding

Gokul Industries has developed special capabilities in processing high temperature engineering polymers in small size critical parts.

High Temperature Moulding
Small Parts Moulding

Gokul Industries has developed special capabilities in processing high temperature engineering polymers in small size critical parts. Special design in mould, machine and auxiliary equipment help in processing PPS, PES, PEI, PA46, PEEK, PPA etc to make High performance components.