Plastisol/Dip Molding


Plastisol coating is a liquid vinyl that is formed to metal product by heat. The part to be coated is preheated and dipped into a tank of plastisol. The part is cured in an oven after dipping. Typical process temperature ranges from 500-600 F.

Plastisol allow for build thicknesses up to 1/4". This enables plastisol to possess excellent noise reduction properties. Other uses include:

  • Military Equipment (spec. P-20689 & A-A-59464)
  • Sharp edge coverage
  • Insulating properties (thermal/electrical)
  • Non-slip applications
  • Corrosion protection
  • Impact and wear resistance

Typical items coated with plastisol include:

  • Tool handles
  • Clips
  • Medical instruments
  • Plating racks
  • Exercise equipment
  • Playground equipment
  • Material handling baskets

Specific formulations adhere to military specifications and FDA/NS regulations.

A range of colors are available. Choose from one of our stock colors or request a custom match. High gloss or dull finishes are available.