PLASTEX THE INDUSTRY LEADER

DEVELOPING SUSTAINABLE WATER AND SANITATION SOLUTIONS IN MOZAMBIQUE

Supplying plastic storage tanks for over 20 years

MADE FROM HIGH-QUALITY, UV-RESISTANT POLYETHYLENE

PLASTEX Tanks are used throughout Mozambique for storing water, fertilisers, grains and fuel.

OUR RANGE OF PRODUCTS INCLUDE:

VERTICAL TANKS

HORIZONTAL TANKS

LOW PROFILE TANKS

DOMESTIC PRODUCTS

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PLASTEX TANK BENEFITS

UV resistant
Algae growth prevention
High quality accessories
BPA free
Large stock fast delivery
Easy transportation, handling and installation
Low maintenance costs
Seamless construction
High quality virgin polyethylene
Compatible for storing drinking water

WHY CHOOSE PLASTEX ?

Products are high quality, cost competitive, with prompt delivery.
4 plants throughout the country ensure availability of supply and on time delivery.
A well-recognized and trusted national brand.
Our client list includes international organizations, government agencies, mining companies, oil and gas companies, manufacturers, wholesale and retail companies.

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MANUFACTURING FACILITIES

PLASTEX operates from four strategically positioned plants: Nacala (in the north), Beira (in the centre region), Tete (west-central) and Maputo (in the south).

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WHY ROTATIONAL MOULDING ?

A highly versatile process

Rotational moulding (often called roto-moulding) is a versatile process for manufacturing a wide range of plastic products and components. The combination of rotation with controlled heating and cooling achieves a uniform layer of plastic within the mould.

Production facilities

The PLASTEX bi-axial machines and ovens facilitate running a large number of production cycles per day. Small items up to products 3.6 meters long can be moulded. The unique design of the machines enables simultaneous moulding of several products on each machine, providing PLASTEX with one of the largest and most flexible production facilities in Southern Africa.

Our material

Polyethylene is the most commonly used material in rotomoulding, combined with UV stabilisers to inhibit the effects of sunlight. Both medium and low density polymers are used. Foam can also be used to improve product strength and buoyancy.

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