Boright Rotomolding Process Summary Mar.16.22 Rotational Molding, also called rotomolding or rotocasting, is a thermoplastics manufacturing process for producing hollow parts by placing a powder or liquid polymer material into a hollow mold and then rotating that tool bi-axially in an oven while the material melts and coats the internal surfaces of the mold cavity. Upon completion of the cook cycle, the mold is then moved into a cooling station, where the temperature of the mold is gradually lowered until the optimum temperature is achieved to open the mold and remove the part.
What is a Rotomolded Cooler? Jul.19.22 Rotomolded coolers aren't just durable; they're capable of retaining ice longer than standard coolers. In most rotationally molded plastic the material is UV resistant.