PLASTINUM Gas Injection Moulding with N₂

Taking process efficiency and quality to the next level by using nitrogen to mould plastic parts and manufacture lighter plastic components with higher dimensional accuracies

Moulded plastic fridge handle

Gas injection moulding with nitrogen (N2) is a proven, well-established process to produce hollow parts or parts with hollow sections. High-pressure nitrogen shapes a hollow or channel in a moulded plastic part. The nitrogen forces the melted mass out from the core of the component and presses it against the mould surface. After solidification, the gas is released from the cavity. The use of nitrogen with high purity avoids oxidation of the plastic under high temperatures and gas pressures.

A cost-effective supply of high-pressure nitrogen with low oxygen and no oil content enables customers to produce parts at lower cost and with less scrap and downtime.

PLASTINUM® Gas Injection Moulding (GIM) with N2 offers customers a range of highly efficient, dedicated solutions to supply high-pressure nitrogen to GIM applications. Our PRESUS® N family of cost-effective, high-pressure gas supply solutions pressurises liquid nitrogen to clearly outperform the economic efficiency of gas compressors. Customers can rely on us for total gas supply solutions including cylinders, tanks, supply lines, evaporators and control units.


  • Complete high-pressure supply system
  • Cost savings compared with gas compressors
  • Elimination of contamination and oxidation
  • Elimination of water handling issues associated with water injection moulding

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