With extrusion blow moulding, manufacturers can make a broad range of finished plastic products. Depending on the specific requirements, operators create bottles, jars, tubing, containers, and more in a variety of sizes and shapes. A few examples are water bottles, peanut butter jars, specimen jars, and bottles used to hold cooking oil, shampoo, and milk.
With incredible diversity, one extrusion blow moulding machine can produce products for multiple industries, including technical, medical, food and beverage, and consumer goods, among others. Along with the examples mentioned, experts rely on this process for making large plastic drums, storage tanks, and so on.
Extrusion Blow Moulding Machine

Rather than just one extrusion blow moulding process there are two. The first is the continuous or intermittent parison process. With this, the extruder runs continuously although the parison comes from a different source. The second process uses an accumulator. That means that during the process of accumulator head blow moulding, the extruder refills the accumulator as a way of preparing it for the next shot.
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