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Plastic Injection Moulding Services

Nordell knows plastic injection moulding.


With an illustrious legacy spanning over five decades, our technicians are renowned for their unwavering commitment to engineering precision and innovative solutions.


Over the years, we have carved a niche as a trusted partner across diverse technical sectors.


If you are looking for plastic injection moulding services with responsiveness, flexibility, and advanced technical capabilities, Nordell can help.


Contact us today and learn how our injection moulding processes can help with your next project.


Our Injection Moulding Facility


At the core of Nordell's excellence is our injection moulding facility, a state-of-the-art hub in our Sussex headquarters.


Housing over 30 advanced moulding machines with a capacity ranging from 25tn to 380T, our facility is finely tuned to handle the intricacies of plastic injection moulding across a spectrum of projects.


From crafting components weighing mere grams to those tipping the scales at several kilos, our skilled team harnesses cutting-edge technology to ensure consistent, high-quality results.


Whether your project demands the finesse of low-volume production or the efficiency of mass manufacture, our facility is primed to exceed expectations.


We take pride in being at the forefront of the industry, seamlessly integrating technology and expertise to bring your vision to life with unparalleled precision and efficiency.


Plastic Injection Moulding Materials


To provide the best plastic injection moulding services, material diversity is a cornerstone of our capabilities.


Our expertise spans a spectrum of materials designed to deliver high-quality outcomes, from standard polymers to specialised compounds.


Commonly utilised materials include thermoplastics like polyethene, polypropylene, and polystyrene, prized for their versatility and cost-effectiveness.


Polymers such as ABS and nylon are chosen for their enhanced mechanical properties, while high-performance materials like PEEK and Ultem cater to applications demanding superior heat resistance and strength.


A noteworthy facet of our commitment to sustainable practices is the incorporation of bioplastics in our material portfolio.


Bioplastics, derived from renewable resources such as corn starch or sugarcane, offer an eco-friendly alternative with a reduced environmental footprint.


These materials align with Nordell's dedication to providing responsible and sustainable solutions, allowing our clients to make environmentally conscious choices without compromising performance.


Read more about the best plastics to use in injection moulding.

Cleanroom Injection Moulding Services

Cleanroom Injection Moulding


Cleanroom Injection moulding at Nordell exemplifies our unwavering commitment to precision and quality, particularly in industries where the highest standards are non-negotiable.


Operating by ISO class 7 Cleanroom Standards, our 200m2 facility hosts ten cutting-edge, high-speed Electric Mould presses.


This controlled environment ensures the manufacturing of components with the utmost precision, free from airborne contaminants.


An additional 100m2 is dedicated to cleanroom assembly and final packing, where sub-assemblies or fully finished products are prepared for dispatch.




Our cleanroom capabilities allow us to serve diverse industries, including the medical consumables sector, where stringent quality control is paramount.


Additionally, sectors that benefit from manufacturing in a controlled cleanroom environment, such as those requiring subsequent processes like painting and chroming, find a tailored solution at Nordell.


We have vast experience working with the following industries:



Contact Nordell


Contact our team today to learn more about our cutting-edge plastic injection moulding services and injection moulding processes.


Whether you are exploring solutions for a new project, seeking expert guidance on moulding requirements, or simply eager to learn more about our decades-long legacy of engineering excellence, we are ready to help.


Call 01903 235 765 or email


Alternatively, fill in a form on our contact page, and a team member will get back to you shortly.

Our Robust Development Process:


Concept & Requirements

  • Discovery meeting or project/enquiry file review, for discussion to fully understand the product application and project performance, quality, timescale and budget requirements.
  • Provisional assessment of risk or variance to expectations, with brief to customer on initial observations and recommendations for approval prior to offer.

Design for Manufacture

Investigation and Development
  • Offer & Project Commercialisation.
  • Standardise materials, colours, number of parts, Inserts and build Operations.
  • Product and Design exploration with Sector cross pollination.
  • Initial FMEA & Control Plan.
  • Project Management.
  • Report & Proposals to Client.
  • Prototype and review.

Product Tooling Design & Manufacture

Tooling and Sampling
  • Design Freeze with 2D drawings & 3D files.
  • Tool Design GA customer approval.
  • Tool Manufacture.
  • Product & Tool identification standard for asset and labelling.
  • Product ERP structure, Centre selection, Bill of Materials and route standardisation.
  • Product materials procurement.
  • Production trials scheduling.

Product & Tooling Trials

  • Customer update.
  • Tooling and production trials.
  • T1 Sample submission.
  • Review, Tune & Development.
  • Tooling and Production Trials.
  • T2 Sample submission.
  • Sampling Review.

Product Part Approval

Verification and Validation
  • PPAP Product Part Approval Process.
  • First Article Inspection reports.
  • FMEA review.
  • Tooling Review.
  • Pilot production requirements.
  • Tooling Acceptance.

Product Approved

  • Transfer to commercial teams.
  • Product can be scheduled against production requirements.
  • Delivery terms reviewed (VMI, KANBAN).
  • Review.

Plastic Injection Moulding: FAQs

Here, you'll find answers to common questions about our injection moulding process, materials, and capabilities. Our FAQs cover topics such as the basics of plastic injection moulding, typical products made using this technique, and the precision tolerances we adhere to. Explore our FAQs to learn how Nordell's expertise can support your project needs.
Still have Questions?

What is plastic injection moulding?

Plastic injection moulding is a highly versatile manufacturing process wherein molten plastic material is injected into a mould cavity under high pressure. Once the plastic cools and solidifies, the mould opens to reveal the final product, which can range from intricate components to larger parts used in various industries. This process is widely utilised because it produces complex shapes, high volumes, and consistent quality with excellent detail and precision. You can find out more in the article below.

What products are made from plastic injection moulding?

Plastic injection moulding is employed in the production of a diverse range of products across numerous industries. Common items include automotive components such as interior panels and exterior body parts; consumer electronics like casings for smartphones and laptops; medical devices such as syringes and IV components; household items like kitchen utensils and containers; and industrial parts, including gears and fittings. The versatility of plastic injection moulding allows for the creation of intricate and precise parts tailored to the specific needs of each application.

What are your tolerances for moulded parts?

Our moulded parts adhere to precise tolerances, ensuring dimensional accuracy and consistency. Tolerance specifications are tailored to each project's requirements.

Does it take a long time to produce injection moulding tools?

The time required to produce injection moulding tools can vary depending on several factors, including the part's complexity, the mould's design, and the project's specific requirements. Generally, designing and fabricating injection moulding tools can take several weeks to months, particularly for intricate or customised components. However, technological advancements and manufacturing processes have enabled more efficient tooling production, with some simpler tools being manufactured in a shorter timeframe. At Nordell, we prioritise both speed and precision in tooling production to meet our clients' timelines without compromising on quality. Contact our team to discuss timelines for your project.
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