Amp Medical Design

Allmould Plastics is extremely passionate in relation to Medical component development, not only for the human side of this industry but also Veterinary. We have been included in some of Australia’s most innovative medical device programs such as the AusGov Defence Unit, First Aid, Orthopaedics, NDIS Providers etc.

If you are looking to partner with a well-grounded, authentic company that insists on quality and precision in the medical industry please give our friendly team a call.

Most Common Types on Medical Plastics

Polycarbonate.
Polycarbonate is a medical plastic that is easy to sanitize. This material provides good UV protection and doesn’t deform from exposure to high temperatures or steam. Polycarbonate sheets are common for signage and panels.

Polypropylene.
This plastic is resistant to impact and corrosion. It’s more durable than other plastics, and you’ll find it in orthotics and prosthetics. Polypropylene is the go-to option for weight-bearing prosthetics due to its resistant properties.

Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS).
ABS plastic sheets are durable and tough, providing a clean aesthetic appearance that is perfect for medical environments.

Polyethylene terephthalate glycol (PETG).
PETG is a material that is safe to use in contact with food. It’s a common plastic used in the food prep area of clinics and hospitals, but you’ll also find PETG sterilization trays.

Polyethylene.
The usefulness of plastics in the medical field includes manufacturing implants. Polyethylene is a plastic that healthcare providers can sterilize. It’s also a material that doesn’t degrade over time, which makes it ideal for implants.

Polymethyl methacrylate.
This material has properties similar to glass. It can transmit light and reflect a beam of light, which makes it a good option for endoscopic implants.

Polyvinyl chloride (or PVC).
You’ll find PVC in different forms in the medical field. One type is a rigid material with excellent tensile strength, and another form is an alternative to rubber. When it comes to PVC, the uses of plastic include catheters and IV bags.

Products We Manufacture

  • Packaging
  • Single-Use Items
  • Bags
  • Pathology Products
  • Theatre Plastics
  • Prosthetics
  • Orthodontics

Custom Anti Ligature Furniture

At Allmould Plastics, we understand the critical importance of safety in environments such as healthcare facilities, mental health institutions, correctional facilities, and educational institutions. Our range of anti-ligature furniture is designed to meet the highest standards of safety, ensuring secure spaces that help prevent self-harm and promote well-being.

Key Features of Our Anti-Ligature Furniture

Safety-First Design

  • Rounded Edges and Corners: All furniture pieces have rounded edges to prevent injury and minimize the risk of attachment points.
  • Tamper-Proof Fixtures: Screws and fixtures are concealed or tamper-resistant to prevent disassembly.
  • Robust Construction: Made from durable materials that withstand heavy use and resist damage.

Hygienic and Easy to Maintain

  • Non-Porous Surfaces: Easy-to-clean materials that help maintain hygiene and reduce the risk of infection.
  • Durable Finishes: Resistant to scratches, dents, and stains, ensuring long-lasting use and easy upkeep.

Aesthetically Pleasing

  • Therapeutic Colors and Designs: Available in a variety of colors and styles to create calming and therapeutic environments.
  • Comfort and Functionality: Ergonomically designed to provide comfort while ensuring safety.