The B&C manufacturing process includes plastic injection mouldings and product assemblies, for clients who expect only the highest standards of quality.
With a range of machinery consisting from 22t to 400t and Shot weights from 1g to 1.5kg. B&C Plastics can cover a whole range of products within our in-house local injection moulding facilities based in Underwood QLD Australia, 20 mins south of Brisbane.
B&C Plastics utilise over 300 different base materials to meet the unique requirements of each customer. We deliver over 50 million moulded components each year.
During production, the components are monitored for quality, dimensional and customer specific requirements.
Components we manufacture with our local injection moulding processes include:
- 2 shot moulding (Over Moulding ideal for seals and more)
- Plumbing and Water Harvesting
- Engineering components
- Lighting Diffusers
- Flame retardant components
- Thermoplastic rubbers
- Electronic Housings (For many products including the Internet of Things)
B&C Plastics delivers manufacturing solutions from the simple to the perceived impossible and to a wide range of industries including:
- Lifestyle 4×4 Boating Fishing and Camping
- Building & Construction
We have set ourselves the goal of producing extremely high-quality plastic prototypes for our customers in as short a turnaround as possible, in addition to pre-production and small series which barely differ from series quality. A high level of flexibility and reliability is required to achieve this goal. Which is why the entire process chain, from tool design and manufacture through to the in-house production of our injection moulded parts.
We place great value on customer satisfaction. Thanks to our committed, motivated and highly qualified team, we can guarantee customer satisfaction. Our customers are assigned a personal project manager as a matter of course, who will manage their project from data receipt through to the finished product. This ensures absolute adherence to deadlines, objective advice and a first-class service. Want to learn more about how it works? Find out about the plastic fabrication process.