Injection moulding, TFC, coating and assembly of your plastic housings and technical components

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Injection moulding

From 15 to 2,100 tonnes: we can produce the quantity you want of any plastic housing or injection moulded part you could wish for at a location near you.

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TFC / SFM

Thermoplastic foam casting (or structural foam moulding) is the perfect injection moulding technique for producing plastic housings, self-supporting platforms and technical components with dimensions of up to 1.5 metres.

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Coating

We can give your injection-moulded and TFC products a perfect finish, a chemically resistant coating or electromagnetic protection.

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Assembly

We handle the assembly of injection moulded parts, metal inserts, magnets, hinges or other components at our own production site. The same goes for printing and ultrasonic welding.

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Moulds

We can produce the right mould for your injection-moulded or TFC products. Ownership, lifespan and functionality are always guaranteed.

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Engineering

Our in-house team of engineers is at your service to turn your plastic housing or technical component into a perfect injection-moulded component.

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Upcoming bank holidays spring 2021

Upcomin holidays 2021 groen.jpg23 Mar 2021 Please note the following upcoming Dutch bank holidays:

Monday April 5th
Monday April 26th
Tuesday April 27th
Thursday May 13th
Friday May 14th
Monday May 24th

Pekago will be CLOSED during those days.
Please take this into consideration when placing your orders. full story

Measures relating to the Corona-virus

Virus met tekst UK v2.png23 Mar 2021 Update 23-03-2021 | All activities at Pekago, including production and mould making, have been continuing during the Covid-19 pandemic. The measures taken by the Dutch government have not harmfully affected our business continuity so far.

In the current situation we prefer to confer online with our relations. Visits in person to our offices and factory are possible, when mutually agreed upon and respecting the measures in force. Should you wish to visit, please discuss this with your contact at Pekago.

To our customers: please report any deviation in forecast, factory shutdown or other incident that could have an effect on work load at Pekago.

To our suppliers: please report any problems (such as supply issues) that might affect business continuity at Pekago. full story
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