Established in 1950, Regina Industries Ltd has been providing high quality plastic injection moulding, glassmaking, machining and tool making. Clients benefit from a one source solution at Regina Industries where our in house tool room can design and manufacture a tool, produce plastic injection moulded parts and package to your specification.
Our technical team are capable in providing their range of expertise for our customers specification. Clients benefit from a one source solution at Regina Industries where our in house tool room can design and manufacture a tool, produce plastic injection moulded parts and package to your specification.
The dynamic solutions that we offer are underpinned by our ISO 9001 accreditation, click here to download a copy of our latest certificate.
All glass components are produced using only the highest quality pharmaceutical tubing. Glass components are also fully lehr annealed prior to inspection and packing. Standard test tubes are produced in accordance to the ISO4142 standard. When it comes to packaging, you can choose from your product being shrink wrapped PP trays, bench packs or bulk packed depending upon the application.
The plastic materials that are used cover a wide range of those available from commodity polymers such as polythene, polypropylene and polystyrene to the engineering polymers such as nylon, acetal and polycarbonate.
Whatever your application, we have the technical knowledge and technology to meet it. What’s more, our machine capacity is now 26 moulding machines from 22 tonnes to 150 tonnes,< 1gm to 500gm shot weight
Injection Moulding (or Molding to use the US spelling), along with extrusion ranks as one of the prime processes for producing plastics articles. It is a fast process and is used to produce large numbers of identical items from high precision engineering components to disposable consumer goods.
Source: BPF (British Plastics Federation)
Regina Industries work across many sectors and our parts are bespoke to the clients requirements. Some of the materials used typically can include:
Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS), Nylon (PA), Polycarbonate (PC), Polypropylene (PP) and Polystyrene (GPPS)
Yes – Our in house tool room can convert your drawings using 3D Solidworks, produce the tool right through to the final plastic product.
We can mould up to 500g in weight in a variety of materials.