Performing For You

Outfitting the first machine is simply the beginning. OMNI is invested in making our customers successful and yours. Our proven track record working with the largest OEMs in the packaging industry speaks for itself. However, our continued success working cooperatively together project after project, product line after product line speaks much louder.

Our Process

When every customer starts working with OMNI, many questions need to be answered. It is important to us that each interaction is handled consistently, professionally, and with one goal in mind. Creating value for our customers. Because of this, we want to ensure that you know just what to expect from start to finish when you work with OMNI. We call this the OMNI Process.

  1. Collaborative opportunity evaluation
  2. Designing your innovative solution
  3. Making your mold
  4. Manufacturing your solution
  5. Performing for you

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Most Frequently Asked Questions

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.

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