Injection Molded Container for Ozone Generator

Application: Container (Ozone Generator)
Size: 160X170X200mm
Material: PC/ABS (Sabic C2800)
Machine Tonnage: 328T
Runner: Hot Runner, Pin Gate
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Application: Container (Ozone Generator)

Size: 160X170X200mm

Material: PC/ABS (Sabic C2800)

Machine Tonnage: 328T

Runner: Hot Runner, Pin Gate

Injection Molded Container for Ozone Generator

At GoodTech Manufacturing, we specialize in providing innovative solutions for injection molded components, tailored to meet the unique requirements of our clients. In this case study, we'll explore our successful collaboration with a client in the ozone generator industry, where we designed and manufactured a durable container using Sabic C2800 PC+ABS material.


Our client, a leading manufacturer of ozone generators, required a robust container to house their high-performance equipment. The container needed to withstand mechanical impact while maintaining dimensional stability and structural integrity. With our expertise in injection molding and mold design, we were tasked with developing a solution that met these stringent requirements.

Challenges of Molding a Deep Part:

Molding a deep part, such as the container for the ozone generator, presents several challenges that must be addressed to ensure successful production:

Warpage and Dimensional Stability: Deep parts are susceptible to warpage and dimensional instability due to uneven cooling during the molding process. Maintaining consistent wall thickness and controlling cooling rates are essential to minimize these issues.

Sink Marks and Surface Defects: Thick sections in deep parts can lead to sink marks and surface defects if proper gating and venting are not employed. Achieving uniform material distribution and adequate venting is crucial to prevent cosmetic imperfections.

Ejection and Mold Release: Deep parts may pose challenges during ejection from the mold due to their geometry and size. Designing appropriate ejection systems and optimizing mold release mechanisms are essential to facilitate smooth part removal without damage.

Mold Design Solutions:

To address the challenges associated with molding a deep part, our team implemented the following mold design solutions:

Hot Runner with Pin Gate: Utilizing a hot runner system with a pin gate allowed for precise control over material flow and gate location. This minimized the risk of surface defects and ensured uniform filling of the mold cavity, even in deep sections.

Optimized Cooling System: We incorporated a sophisticated cooling system into the mold design to ensure consistent temperature distribution throughout the cavity. This helped to mitigate warpage and improve dimensional stability, resulting in parts with tight tolerances.

Robust Ejection System: A robust ejection system, including ejector pins and lifters, was strategically integrated into the mold design to facilitate smooth part ejection without causing damage or distortion to the container.

Injection Molding Process:

During the injection molding process, our experienced technicians implemented strict quality control measures to ensure the production of high-quality parts:

Material Preparation: Sabic C2800 PC+ABS material was carefully selected for its excellent mechanical properties, including impact resistance and dimensional stability. The material was pre-dried to minimize moisture content and ensure optimal processing conditions.

Process Optimization: Injection parameters such as temperature, pressure, and injection speed were meticulously controlled and optimized to achieve uniform filling of the mold cavity and minimize defects.

Real-Time Monitoring: Our state-of-the-art injection molding machines were equipped with advanced monitoring systems to track key process variables in real-time, allowing for immediate adjustments and ensuring consistency throughout production runs.

Quality Control:

Quality control measures were implemented at every stage of the manufacturing process to guarantee the integrity and performance of the injection molded containers:

Dimensional Inspection: Each container underwent thorough dimensional inspection to verify compliance with specified tolerances and ensure precise fitment with the ozone generator components.

Visual Inspection: Visual inspection was conducted to identify any surface defects, such as sink marks or flash, and ensure cosmetic perfection.

Mechanical Testing: Mechanical testing, including impact resistance and load-bearing capacity, was performed to validate the durability of the containers under real-world conditions.

Through meticulous mold design, precise injection molding processes, and stringent quality control measures, GoodTech Manufacturing successfully produced injection molded containers for ozone generators that met the client's rigorous requirements for durability and performance. By leveraging our expertise and advanced manufacturing capabilities, we continue to deliver innovative solutions that exceed customer expectations and drive success in diverse industries.