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Stoner RotoFlow Flow Enhancer
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Stoner RotoFlow™ Flow Enhancer

When Details Matter in Rotationally Molded Parts

Stoner RotoFlow™ was released in 2015 as a flow enhancer to increase detail in rotationally molded polyolefin, crosslinked polyethylene, and nylon parts. Inserts, tight radii, threads, and deep cavities are often hard-to-fill areas of rotationally molded parts. This common problem can result in weak or defective components of the molded part often leaving it unusable.

Stoner RotoFlow™ is manufactured to high-purity standards in our Quarryville, PA facility. RotoFlow™ will increase the flow of polyolefin and nylon resins into difficult areas producing a fully molded part and nearly eliminating voids, pinholes, bridging, thinning, and static lines on the surface. Stoner RotoFlow™ users have reported higher part quality, increased production efficiency, and reduced operational waste allowing them to achieve higher production and profit goals in less time using this product.

Stoner RotoFlow™ does not contain ozone depleting substances or chlorinated solvents. Stoner RotoFlow™ is sprayed directly onto the internal mold surface and is suitable for use with most metal surfaces.

Benefits of Stoner RotoFlow™

  • Improves the quality and consistency of rotomolded polyolefin and nylon parts.
  • Removes pinholes, voids, and blow outs.
  • Improves the appearance and operational performance of threads.
  • Increases the strength of inserts.
  • Contains no Class I or Class II ozone depleting substances.
  • Contains no CFC or HCFC propellants or solvents.
  • Contains no chlorinated solvents such as 1,1,1 trichloroethane or methylene chloride.
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