Pentas perfects rotational moulding

We manufacture custom plastic products, exactly the way you envision it. And more lightweight, stronger and more sustainable if possible. Because we perfect the technique of mould construction and rotational moulding every day.

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Future-proof rotational moulding

The possibilities of plastic rotational moulding are endless. From fuel tanks for agricultural machines and slosh dampers for windmills to toilet cabins… The more challenging the better. It takes a lot of technical knowledge and boldness to realise the right future-proof solutions. And we have everything it takes to do just that.

  • 150 professionals with a passion for technology

  • In-house design, mould construction and post-processing

  • Focus on durability, quality and efficiency

  • ISO 9001 and TÜV certified

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Lighter tank saves fuel


Lighter tank saves fuel

Thanks to our sophisticated wall thickness design, the new fuel tanks are 25% lighter with identical stability. This allows CLAAS to improve their fuel efficiency without compromising on safety.

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Robots for Efficiency and Consistency in the Production Process


Robots for Efficiency and Consistency in the Production Process

At Pentas, automating processes has been ingrained in our DNA since our inception. We embrace this strength by deploying a series of specialized robots that support our production process and our colleagues. From accurately weighing and dosing raw materials to advanced robotic operations in the post-processing department, our robots play a crucial role in enhancing efficiency, consistency, and quality.

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Comprehensive quality management and traceability at Pentas


Comprehensive quality management and traceability at Pentas

The importance of transparent and accurate information about every phase of our production process is increasingly significant due to recycling opportunities and quality control. From raw materials and assembly to final product properties and transport, every detail is meticulously recorded and traceable through our advanced Critical to Quality (CTQ) system.

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Innovation in knowledge retention: The role of augmented reality


Innovation in knowledge retention: The role of augmented reality

Within the manufacturing industry, we face a crucial challenge: retaining our expertise. In collaboration with Saxion University of Applied Sciences, the University of Twente, and other partners, we are making a significant step forward by integrating augmented reality (AR) into our processes. This initiative aims to capture and transfer essential knowledge within our organization.

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Our method in 7 steps

1. Definition of the Programme of Requirements

2: Conceptualisation

3. Analysis

4. Engineering (Detailing of the design)

5. Mould and automation

6. Production

7. Finishing and assembly

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