About Us

Established in 1995 , AUSTRAPLAS is a dynamic and expanding Australian owned plastic extrusion, injection and rotational moulding company manufacturing to ISO 9001.2008. When you work with Austraplas you can be absolutely certain of our complete focus on accurate, timely and value based solutions to all your plastic products.

Despite the intense competition from overseas suppliers, Austraplas continues to grow; keeping up-to-date with Global technology and now operates from custom designed premises at Cockburn Central, Western Australia.
Austraplas understands that their future is fundamentally linked with complete customer satisfaction and the following key business aspects:

  • We are local and can assist you with design improvements and dramatically improved turnarounds.
  • Because we are an Australian manufacturer we can work on smaller batches rather than committing to multiple container loads.
  • We can also work with you at the production level on product evolution.
  • Finished products that contain ONLY premium quality raw materials.
  • The ability to manufacture for the extremes of temperature and UV so unique to the Australian environment.
  • Products that are durable and have a superior life span.
  • The quality and longevity of the tools that we work with.

What We Do

Austraplas draws from over 40 years of combined industry experience to maximize your productivity and effectiveness in...

  • Converting concepts to finished products
  • Wood and metal replacement
  • Design and problem solving support
  • 100% design and concept security
  • Custom solutions to niche challenges
  • UV resistance
  • Products Environment Analysis
  • Meeting and exceeding budget objectives
  • Assistance with product and design protection

Plastics Processed...

  • Acrylic Styrene Acrylonitrice (A.S.A)
  • Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (E.V.A)
  • Acrylonitrice Butadiene Styrene (A.B.S)
  • Acrylic (PMMA)
  • Polyamide (Nylon) 6/66/12 (PA)
  • High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)
  • Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE)
  • Polypropylene (P.P)
  • Polyvinyl Chloride (P.V.C)
  • Thermoplastic Polyurethane(T.P.U.R)
  • Thermoplastic Rubber (T.P.R)

Additives include...

  • Glass fibre, Talc and minerals for strength;
  • Master batch colouring and tints
  • UV stabilisation or bio-degradability
  • Glow in the dark
  • Anti Fowling –Marine life and White ant barriers
  • Flame Retardant

Plastic Extrusion Moulding

Extrusion Moulding is an economical and practical way of mass producing a wide range of linear products. It is ideal for manufacturing rigid and flexible pipes and profiles that are extensively utilized in mining, agriculture, building, medical and domestic markets.

Heated plastic is forced through a die to create a wide range of products  such as piping, hoses, plastic profiles and seals. In fact it is almost unlimited in scope and volume produced. Approximately 65% of all plastics pass through an extruder.

Safety Equipment

Extrusion Machine

Plastic Injection Moulding

Injection moulding is an extremely versatile and popular form of producing randomly shaped plastic components and products.

With injection moulding, plastic granules are heated and "injected" under pressure into metal moulds, where the molten plastic hardens into a designated shape. The mould then opens and the newly formed part is removed and inspected, ready for shipment or secondary manufacturing operations.

Injection Moulding

Injection Mould Machine

Plastic Rotational Molding

Rotational molding is best known for the manufacture of tanks but it can also be used to make complex medical products, toys , leisure craft and highly aesthetic point-of-sale products.

The principle of rotational molding of plastics is simple. Basically the process consists of introducing a known amount of plastic in power, granular or viscous liquid form into a hollow, shell-like mold The mold is rotated and/or rocked about two principal axes at relativley low speeds as it is heated so that the plastic enclosed in the mold adheresto, and forms a monolithic layer against the mold surface. The mold rotation continues during the cooling phase so that the plastic retains its desired shape as it solidifies. When the plastic is sufficiently rigid the cooling and mold rotation is stopped to allow the removal of the plastic product from the mold.

Packaging & Assemble

As a customer focused company Austraplas can assemble product and package ready for market.

Service includes –adhesives, labels, cutting and machining, wrapping and packaging into cartons to clients standard. 


Q What types of services do you provide?
A Have an idea? From conception to design we can help.

  • Assistance in trademarks and patents.
  • Assembling and packaging.

Q Can anything be made from plastic?
A Just about...yes! Some engineering plastics are as strong as steel - the deciding factor is qualities required for production runs, to make it economically viable.

Q Can I get my moulds or dies from other suppliers, including offshore, and use AUSTRAPLAS to produce items?
A Yes we can modify tools to suit our modern manufacturing plant.

Q Do molds and dies wear out?
A Yes - like any moving parts they require servicing to keep performing in top condition. Our competent and qualified toolmakers are on hand at all times!

Contact Us

6 Maclaglan Street
Cockburn Central
WA 6164
P: (08) 9417 4545
F: (08) 9417 2140
E: sales@austraplas.com.au

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