New Product: New application of a vehicle weighing sensor protection shroud/cap. Additional protection was required for an IP sensor to prevent road debris and dirt ingress.
Runfold Plastics manufactures asset protection shrouds and covers to the overhead equipment and switchgear markets. The asset covers offer protection from animal intruders who can cause outages. – Suitable for LV and HV applications – Material is light stable for outside performance – Offers protection against environmental conditions – Product will not hold or retain
Congratulations to Scott Burgess (second from left) our Engineering Apprentice who was highly commended at the PETA Apprentice of the Year Awards.
New product: Plastic protection bung with handle for shot blasting and powder coating applications. Our engineers have designed a plastic bung to go in the end of a piece of metal framework which is to be shot blasted and powder coated.
We are pleased to announce that Runfold Plastics apprentice Scott Burgess has been nominated for The Alex Zemenides Apprentice of the Year Award 2017.
Making the Big Decisions, read the interview with Charlie Avens, Managing Director of Runfold Plastics. The interview is part of a major report carried out by Rothmans.
Please note that our Christmas shutdown is from the 23rd December 2016 to the 3rd January 2017.
Runfold Plastics now has the capability to print 3D patterns in house.
Patterns are used in the process of making tools from sand casting.
The patterns are printed in PLA, a biodegradable thermoplastic aliphatic polyester.
Producing patterns in house reduces the lead-time required to manufacture tools for custom projects.
We are pleased to announce that Paul Stevenson has joined Runfold Plastics as Commercial Director. With a background in the plastics industry and medical sector Paul has extensive technical knowledge and project experience. To contact us with your enquiry and project requirements please phone +44 (0)1428 752230 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Paul on LinkedIn
When using medical devices such as catheters, the insertion and removal can be affected by the frictional forces occurring at the device-body interface. This friction can increase the risk of inflammation, tissue damage and discomfort for the patient. Procedure times can also be prolonged. Runfold Plastics, supported by our raw material supplier is committed to