Plastic Cover Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of plastic cover companies and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top plastic cover companies with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find plastic cover companies that can design and engineer plastic covers to your company’s specifications. Then contact the plastic cover companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for companies of vacuum formed dust covers, vacuum formed tube covers, industrial plastic covers, or customized plastic covers of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Greeneville, TN 423-638-1284

    Valk is a family owned corporation focused upon quality, service and reliability. Their reputation for quality plastic covers is attributed to their dedicated employees, with their primary goal of providing quality workmanship, materials and services at a competitive cost. Valk’s commitment to quality is proven not only in their products and services, but by their commitment to ISO 9001:2008.

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  • Lake Bluff, IL 847-604-5100

    Since 1960, Profile Plastics Inc. has been at the forefront of thermoforming technology. Utilizing the latest software and technology, our expert staff of engineers can design custom vacuum, pressure, and twin-sheet thermoformed solutions. Over the last 60 years, we have developed a process that allows us to deliver consistent, high volume, and precise products with superior quality. Our high quality products are manufactured with great attention to detail. ISO 9001:2008 certified.

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  • Sparks, NV 775-331-3500

    Quality Plastics Inc. has been a leading manufacturer of vacuum forming since 1976. Whether you need a small batch of custom vacuum-formed parts or a large-scale production run, we have the capabilities and expertise to deliver. We are committed to providing our customers with exceptional vacuum-formed products and services that meet their needs and exceed their expectations. Contact us today to learn more about our vacuum-forming capabilities.

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  • Stirling, NJ 908-647-3500

    Engineered Plastic Products custom forms & fabricates sheet thermoplastic materials, standard & specialized, for any number of industrial & commercial requirements. EPP has been widely recognized for outstanding manufacturing & service since 1958 for companies such as GE, NASA & AT&T. Custom fabricated parts can be as large as 72"x108" down to 2"x2" in any thickness up to 1 1/2". Post-forming includes all types of machining & assembly.

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  • McSherrystown, PA 717-633-6333

    Founded in 1986, SAY Plastics is a plastics processor specializing in OEM thermoforming. Our state-of the-art facility, located in South Central Pennsylvania, houses the latest manufacturing technologies. From our computer controlled forming equipment and our vacuum molding capabilities, to our brand new high speed CNC Routers, SAY Plastics has the tools for your next project. Our team will work with you every step of the way to ensure quality service every time.

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  • Metuchen, NJ 732-549-0011

    Since 1963, our company has been one of the top thermoforming companies. We are committed to providing exceptional customer service, from the initial consultation through to product delivery and ongoing support. Call us today or visit our website for more information on how we can help you with your project.

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  • Coleman, MI 877-465-4055

    Robinson Industries offers thermoformed and injection molded reusable, heavy duty plastic pallets, packaging and more. We are one of the largest suppliers of reusable pallets to many industries because of our expertise based on 65 years in business, our completely in-house process and our high quality certifications including ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004. Join the Robinson Family today!

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Plastic Covers Industry Information

Plastic Covers

Plastic covers are vacuum formed plastics designed to secure, contain, and protect objects from environmental conditions, such as weather, lighting, dust, water, or other debris. Covers such as these come in a number of different types and styles. Lids, for example, are made to attach to a specific type or size of container like a drum, barrel, storage, bin, or pail. Caps are similar in purpose but often rest atop a surface rather than adhering to it.

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Applications of Plastic Covers

Plastic covers are found in electronics, manufacturing, food processing, packaging, storage, and shipping industrial settings, where they may cover such items as bins, keyboards, and large equipment. These covers reduce contamination and prolong the working life of machinery as well as the shelf life of certain food items. Domestic covers are also popular as furniture covers as well as in storage and packaging.

Plastic Cover Design and Customization

To suit these varied applications, plastic covers may be rigid or semi-flexible and may be clear, translucent, or opaque. Colored covers are popular as well, as they allow for easy organization and identification. A wide range of sizes and dimensions are also available.

Manufacturing Process of Plastic Covers

While several manufacturing processes can be used in the production of plastic covers, vacuum forming is ideal, as it allows for the inexpensive production of lightweight elements that fit exactly to an object, product, machine, or container. This thermoforming technique begins with extruded or rolled plastic sheets of the desired thickness, which are fed into a pre-heating machine. Electric, infrared, or natural gas heaters warm the materials to the temperature, at which they become soft and pliable but not fluid.

Next, the still warm sheets are carefully guided into a form station that holds a pre-made mold. Presses, stamps, or air pressure force the material to adhere and conform to the shape of the mold, often the inverse of the intended cover. A vacuum is employed to suction all excess air from the confined space, further pulling the plastic material into the mold.

While in place the plastic is cooled until it reaches the desired rigidity. The final cover is ejected with reverse airflow before being trimmed or otherwise finished. Plastics such as polycarbonate, noryl, PVC, royalite, polyurethane, and vinyl are commonly formed into covers, but they may require additional protective coatings for special properties, such as UV blocking and moisture resistance.

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