What are pet preforms? What do they do? This video explains the manufacturing process of pet preforms. Preforms are manufactured from polyethylene terephthalate (PET), so they are called PET preforms. They are produced by RETAL using a highly-accurate injection molding process on equipment from the leading world vendors.
The PET preform, better known as a preform, is accomplished through a molding process. The fused PET injected into a mold becomes a preform, which, by an additional processing step (blowing), takes the form of bottles for beverages for elementary, oil or detergents use. preform is made by a “finish” (bottleneck), which will not change in the blowing process. Manufacturing a plastic preform is the process of forming sliced fiber threads, usually made of glass, into mats that will serve as reinforcements for a plastic molding procedure. These preforms are the starting point for plastic bottles. By injecting air into this heated preform, the bottle shape is formed to the desired mold shape.
PET preforms can be used for the packaging of mineral water, juices, liquors, soft drinks, carbonated drinks, oils suitable for consumption, medicines, pickles, jams, consumer products, etc.