Injection-stretch blow molding machine PF4-1BH
for PET bottlesfor plastic bottlesfor large containers

injection-stretch blow molding machine
injection-stretch blow molding machine
injection-stretch blow molding machine
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Finished product
for PET bottles, for plastic bottles, for large containers, for PET containers, for containers with handles
Other characteristics
single-station, for the beverage industry, 1.5 step
Hollow part volume

Max.: 6 l (1.6 gal)

Min.: 0 l (0 gal)


The 1.5-step injection stretch blow molding method is another of Nissei ASBs unique pioneering technologies that combines the advantages of the Hot Parison 1-step molding method and the strengths of the Cold Parison 2-step molding method to consistently mold high quality bottles directly from the raw material. The PF4-1BH molds 4 preforms per injection cycle with the single blow mold operating at four times per cycle. This ratio optimizes the cycle of the machine while reducing blow mold cavities for lower investment costs. It is optimized for highest efficiency for lighter weight bottles in the size range of around 2.0L up to a maximum of 6.0L and 109 grams making it ideal for a wide range of one-trip water, edible oil, detergent, and more. For heavier weight bottles, please select the PF3-1BH. Highly efficient electrical and hydraulic driving systems provide smooth operation with the lowest energy cost per bottle in its class while simplified mold structure ensures rapid mold changing for maximum flexibility in production. A wide range of customizable options further adds to the machine flexibility and efficiency. Moldable materials include Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET), Recycled PET (RPET), Polyethylene Naphthalate (PEN) and Polylactic Acid (PLA). Moldable shapes include; Round, non-round, integrated handle, inserted handle, offset neck, etc.


*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.