Bright Plastics provides plastic injection molding as a viable option to other building materials, and its popularity is growing.
Plastic Injection Molding for the Construction Industry
In this or any economic climate, cost savings is an important concern in the construction industry. You’ve been forced to get creative to find alternative materials that won’t sacrifice quality or performance. Bright Plastics provides plastic injection molding as a viable option to other building materials, and its popularity is growing. We work with manufacturers and suppliers to make door sills and extenders, jambs, window and door frame components, mullions and accessories.
Plastic is stable. It endures the elements. Stronger and less expensive than some metal and wood options, plastic can help save energy and is recyclable. Because of its light weight, plastic makes building easier and safer for the crew. There are a variety of colors and finishes to choose from, as well as realistic wood grains and textures - all the more reason to go plastic.
We worked directly with one construction product manufacturer to set up standard testing for sawability, as well as a cold temperature staple gun test. These tests are performed during production at intervals specified on our control plan.
Our design engineering team can help work out the specifications for many products needed for the construction industry. Give us a call at 336-668-3636 to discuss your project today. Or email email@example.com.
"Relocating our molds from Taiwan has been a big concern. Bright Plastics has been an outstanding partner by sharing their insight and expertise in raw material sourcing, manufacturing options, recommendations for future considerations and creating a general sense of calm for us. We could not be happier."
- ISO 9001:2015 Certified - ISO 13485:2016 Certified
- FDA Registered – For our ISO 7 (Class 100,000) cleanroom
- UL Certified
- First Article Inspections (FAI), Production Parts Approval Process
(PPAP), and statistical analyses are performed consistently.
- Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) according to Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) standards.