Aoki Technical Laboratory, Inc. of Nagano-ken at K 2019 in Düsseldorf -- K Trade Fair

Aoki Technical Laboratory, Inc.

4963-3 Minamijo, Sakaki-machi, Hanishina-gun, 389-0603 Nagano-ken
Japan
Telephone +81 268 820111
Fax +81 268 823699
inquiries@aokitech.co.jp

Hall map

K 2019 hall map (Hall 14): stand B67

Fairground map

K 2019 fairground map: Hall 14

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.02  Machinery and plant for processing
  • 03.02.003  Blow moulding machines
  • 03.02.003.04  Injection stretch blow moulding machines

Injection stretch blow moulding machines

  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.06  Moulds and dies
  • 03.06.006  Moulds

Our products

Product category: Injection stretch blow moulding machines

The New AL Series

With the new AL Series, we have taken this development concept to the next level, improving the molding cycle dramatically to cut production costs and also address mass production needs. Delivering innovative high cycle molding with high speed mold release, high plasticization, and flexibility.
The AL Series can address the rising demand for further cost reduction in container production by reducing production costs and helping to save space and energy through machine downsizing, thereby also contributing to lower equipment costs.

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Product category: Moulds

Aoki's container molding technologies

We have been in business for over 40 years, and during that time we have continued to pursue
the potential for plastic containers using our unique injection stretch-blow molding technology.
Over 20,000 different container types have been produced using our container development technology, which continues to evolve to this day. We can leverage our extensive experience and understanding of the characteristics of plastics to propose new possibilities.

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Applications
Beverages, Cosmetics/Personal Care, Detergents

Target Products
Hollow Articles, Solid, Barrier, Protection

Product category: Moulds

Off-center container molding

Off-center containers can be used for many different applications. Achieving a uniform wall thickness throughout an off-center product was quite difficult with previous molding methods, but is now possible with the Direct Heatcon technology. It also enables product lightweighting and material cost reductions.
This type of bottle is being used for trigger sprays, spice jars, engine oil containers, juice bottles, and more recently for water bottles.

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Applications
Beverages, Detergents

Target Products
Hollow Articles, Solid, Barrier, Protection

Product category: Moulds

Inconspicuous parting line mold technologies

Aoki's mold technologies enable molding that makes parting lines almost unnoticeable.
This enables cavities to be increased by locating parting lines on the front panel, boosting production by 25-100%.

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Product category: Moulds

Molding with 100% recycled PET flakes

AOKI Series machines use the flake material from reground and washed PET bottles to directly injection stretch-blow mold new containers.
The mainstream approach to recycling PET used to require pellet material, but with the AOKI Series machines, costs associated with pelletizing the recyclate (transportation, energy, payroll etc.) are now a thing of the past.

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Applications
Beverages

Target Products
Hollow Articles, Solid, Barrier, Protection

About us

Company details

Creating Packaging Culture
Plastic containers come with a range of excellent characteristics and we are pursuing even greater possibilities for them. By continually improving molding technologies that utilize the functionality of plastic materials, we hope to make the lives of people throughout the world even more convenient and comfortable than they are now. We create packaging culture though container development by researching easier-to-use and more convenient container shapes, developing high-performance containers that utilize the characteristics of the molding materials, and providing new ideas for using plastic containers.

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