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Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) often require plastic components for various applications across all different industries. Plastic components offer several advantages, including versatility, cost-effectiveness, and design flexibility.
When OEMs require plastic components, they typically work with plastic manufacturers or molders, like OMNI, who can produce the components based on their specifications and design requirements. OMNI is able to provide engineering support, tooling, prototyping, and large-scale production capabilities to meet all our OEM customers' needs.
OMNI HELPS OUR CUSTOMERS WITH:
Enclosures and Housings
Plastic enclosures and housings are widely used to protect and house electronic components, circuit boards, motors, and other sensitive equipment
Connectors and Fittings
Plastic connectors and fittings are essential in order to provide secure connections for wires, cables, pipes, and hoses.
Panels and Covers
Plastic panels and covers are used to protect and provide access to various components, such as control panels, instrument panels, and machinery covers. They can be customized to fit specific dimensions and design requirements.
Gaskets and Seals
Plastic gaskets and seals are utilized to prevent leakage, provide insulation, and ensure proper sealing of components, such as engines, pumps, and valves.
Bearings and Bushings
Plastic bearings and bushings are commonly employed in applications where low friction and self-lubricating properties are required. They are used in nearly all industries, but OMNI has found success with industrial machinery, and consumer products.
Insulators and Electrical Components
Plastic materials with excellent electrical insulation properties are used for manufacturing various electrical components like insulators, circuit board substrates, connectors, and cable harnesses.
Fasteners and Hardware
Plastic fasteners, such as screws, bolts, nuts, and washers, are used in applications where non-conductivity, corrosion resistance, or lightweight solutions are desired. They find use in automotive, aerospace, and consumer products.
Custom Molded Components
OEMs often require custom plastic components specifically designed to fit their unique product requirements. These can include complex shapes, intricate designs, and specific material properties. Custom molding techniques like injection molding, compression molding and others adopted by OMNI are commonly used for such components.
WORKING WITH OMNI
“There are a few select vendors you come across in a career that feel more like an extension of your own company, rather than an outside resource. OMNI is at the top of that list for me as a partner that has proven themselves time and time again to do whatever it takes to help make your project a success.”
B. Turley - Heat and Control
You Need High-Quality Components
We manufacture plastic components that meet the highest standards, ensuring durability and reliability for your OEM products.
You Need Production Flexibility
Whether you require a small order of 15 pieces or a large-scale production of 500k+, we can accommodate your specific quantity requirements.
You need a Custom Manufacturing Solution
Our manufacturing methods are tailored to meet your specific requirements, guaranteeing optimal efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
OUR TRACK RECORD
OMNI holds to standard dimensional practices. The majority of the parts that we manufacture are at a two place decimal level and held to ±.01". However, there are instances where that is not good enough, or that may be overkill. Depending on the specifics OMNI can hold ±.005" on specific features by molding the part to size, or machining a specific dimension to accomplish the overall requirement.
At OMNI we desire to be responsive to our customers' needs. Lead-times fall into a few categories, standard runs and long runs. The quantity of parts required dictates the expected lead-times. Normal repeat orders would fall into a 3-5 week window.
Each elastomer is different, however the majority of the products that we handle are able to have CIP (Clean In Place) requirements put on them. The fact that these materials are fairly corrosion resistant, combined with a hygienic design, allow for extremely sanitary components. Many of the materials we utilize have operating temperatures of 185°F and can stand up to hot water, not steam, and most standard cleaning agents provided that are at the proper dilution rate.
This is a great question and one we love to answer. Yes, yes it can! Many polymers, specifically polyurethanes, have outstanding abrasion resistance and toughness due to the wide range of durometers available. These materials can be extremely soft and compliant to extremely rigid like a bowling ball. This affords us the flexibility to optimize the design and functionality. There is a reason why salt truck blades and salter chutes are made from polymers and not metals. Impingement resistance and corrosion resistance.
Contact us today to discuss your project requirements and collaborate with our expert team for tailored solutions.