Chicago Plastic Systems' fabrication abilities allow us to manufacture custom products limited only by our customer's imagination.
With our specialized equipment and the skilled craftsmen who use it, we can build products for commercial, industrial, display, material handling, food, pharmaceutical, semiconductor and much more. Whether it can fit in a shoe box or requires us to fabricate on site, no job is too big or too small.
Pictured at right is a cleanroom work station room made from PVC-C. It stands over 10 feet tall and includes lighting, integrated electrical outlets, an overhead hoist, containment sump, and self-contained ventilation system and meets the FM-4910 spec.
This blending control cabinet was a perfect match for our fabrication technologies. It combined a handsome welded PVC exterior with blending and mixing piping and controls for a sophisticated train washing system.
We manufactured this PVC powder coating booth for a customer looking to improve the quality over their previous vendor. Parts are conveyed through the slot in the top while sprayed with powder. The overspray material falls to the floor and is reclaimed. Product is double wall welded construction.
Clear PVC sight glass for use in chemical analyzer machine incorporates machining and welding. The customer came to us with the initial problem and our engineering department developed the concept into the final design.
This PVC chemical distribution vessel is used to statically combine raw materials and distribute the mixture out to the plant. The clear lid allows the user to easily check that it is functioning properly without interrupting the process.
Because it is used in a corrosive environment and had to be resistant to the many chemicals that could be splashed on it, we CNC machined the panels on this lab cart for installation of a gasket and special latches that make a watertight seal.
These filter vessels for the semiconductor industry are a good example of the breadth of our capabilities. We CNC machine the components, extrusion weld, and hot gas weld the body and fabricate the metal components as well. It is constructed of polypropylene and 304 stainless steel.
Shown here is a frozen food carrier tube used for flash freezing and metal detection. The entire unit had to be made from food grade plastic materials and contain no metals including hardware. Our design team developed the concept for the customer and provided an electronic model prior to production.
The cover pictured at left is an access cover/door for an amusement park ride. With electronics wired inside, the unit provides a laser light show to riders as they pass by. We welded the metal frame, formed HDPE and PVC, and assembled it all together.
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