At Exapro, we offer a broad selection of used injection moulding machines, and critical equipment for the plastics industry. These machines are the workhorses behind the creation of an array of plastic products, from everyday items to intricate components for specialised industries.

Injection moulding machines function by heating plastic pellets until they become molten. This molten plastic is then injected into a mould under high pressure. Once the plastic cools and hardens, the mould opens to reveal a perfectly formed plastic part. This process allows for the rapid production of high-volume, intricate, and high-quality plastic components.

Investing in used injection moulding machines from Exapro offers multiple advantages. They provide a cost-effective solution for businesses aiming to boost their production capabilities. Plus, they deliver the assurance of quality, as every machine we offer undergoes a thorough vetting process to ensure it meets our high standards for operational efficiency and dependability.

Our inventory includes machines from esteemed manufacturers like Arburg, Engel, and Sumitomo Demag, celebrated for their robust design, advanced technology, and enduring performance. We also ensure these machines cater to a variety of needs, from producing small, complex parts to moulding large components.

Making the right choice of an injection moulding machine is pivotal for a successful production. Factors such as the type of plastic, the desired production volume, mould design complexity, and automation level are vital considerations. At Exapro, our team of experts is ever-ready to guide you in making the best choice to suit your specific needs. Discover our range of used injection moulding machines today and elevate your plastic manufacturing process.

Battenfeld HM 180/1000 Injection moulding machine

Year: 2013

Clamping force 180 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 570 mm
Shot volume 491 cm³
Screw diameter 50 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 520 mm
Shot weight 447 g

Battenfeld HM800/350 Injection moulding machine

Year: 2003

Clamping force 80 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 420 mm
Shot volume 169 cm³
Screw diameter 35 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 370 mm
Shot weight 153.8 g

Krauss Maffei 80 – 390 C2 Injection moulding machine

Year: 2004

Clamping force 80 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 405 mm
Shot volume 156 cm³
Screw diameter 35 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 405 mm
Shot weight 142 g

Krauss Maffei KM 80 - 390 C1 Injection moulding machine

Year: 2003

Clamping force 80 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 405 mm
Shot volume 156 cm³
Screw diameter 35 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 405 mm
Shot weight 142 g

BATTENFELD H 60/130S Injection moulding machine

Year: 2006

Clamping force 60 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 370 mm
Shot volume 41.8 cm³
Screw diameter 22 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 320 mm
Shot weight 38 g

Battenfeld 400/125 CDC Injection moulding machine

Year: 2001

Clamping force 40 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 320 mm
Shot volume 45 cm³
Screw diameter 22 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 320 mm
Shot weight 41.5 g

Battenfeld 400/130 Injection moulding machine

Year: 1999

Clamping force 35 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 320 mm
Shot volume 20 cm³
Screw diameter 18 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 270 mm
Shot weight 19 g

Battenfeld 250/125 CDC Injection moulding machine

Year: 2001

Clamping force 25 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 270 mm
Shot volume 45 cm³
Screw diameter 22 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 270 mm
Shot weight 41.5 g

Arburg Multilift H 720 - 3200 - 1300 Injection moulding machine

Year: 2005

Clamping force 320 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 720 mm
Shot weight 607 g
Screw diameter 60 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 720 mm
Pressure on material 2000 bar

Krauss Maffei PX 121-540 Injection moulding machine

Year: 2017

Clamping force 120 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 530 mm
Shot volume 226 cm³
Screw diameter 40 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 480 mm
Shot weight 206 g

Kloeckner Desma 968.250 ZO Injection moulding machine

Year: 2010

Clamping force 270 T
Pressure on material 1730 bar
Platen width 560 mm
Shot volume 2000 cm³
Platen length 630 mm
Robot interface

Krauss Maffei KM 200-1400CM Injection moulding machine

Year: 2008

Clamping force 200 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 560 mm
Shot volume 670 cm³
Screw diameter 60 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 560 mm
Shot weight 476 g

Arburg 570C 2200-675 Injection moulding machine

Year: 2004

Clamping force 220 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 570 mm
Shot volume 353 cm³
Screw diameter 50 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 570 mm
Shot weight 322 g

BOY 55 A Injection moulding machine

Year: 2002

Clamping force 350 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 360 mm
Shot volume 136.1 cm³
Screw diameter 38 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 335 mm
Shot weight 129.8 g

Krauss Maffei 50-180CX Injection moulding machine

Year: 2013

Clamping force 50 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 370 mm
Shot weight 105 g
Screw diameter 35 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 370 mm
Robot interface

Engel ES 650/150 HL Injection moulding machine

Year: 2001

Clamping force 200 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 850 mm
Shot volume 318 cm³
Screw diameter 45 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 250 mm
Shot weight 286 g

Wittmann Battenfeld EcoPower 110/130 Injection moulding machine

Year: 2011

Clamping force 110 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 470 mm
Shot weight 55.8 g
Screw diameter 25 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 470 mm
Pressure on material 2100 bar

Used Krauss Maffei 280-1900 C3 Injection moulding machine Hot deal

Year: 2000

Clamping force 280 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 630 mm
Shot volume 769 cm³
Screw diameter 60 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 630 mm
Shot weight 700 g

Used Krauss Maffei 150-700 C1 Injection moulding machine Hot deal

Year: 1998

Clamping force 150 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 500 mm
Shot volume 377 cm³
Screw diameter 50 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 500 mm
Shot weight 343 g

BATTENFELD TM 3500/1900 Injection moulding machine Hot deal Good value

Year: 2004

Clamping force 350 T
Tie bar spacing (H) 710 mm
Shot volume 1900 cm³
Screw diameter 65 mm
Tie bar spacing (V) 710 mm
Shot weight 981 g


Revolutionise Your Plastic Production with Our Range of Used injection moulding machines

At Exapro, we offer an extensive range of used injection moulding machines, a vital piece of equipment in the plastics industry. These machines play a crucial role in producing a diverse array of plastic products, ranging from everyday household items to sophisticated parts for various industries.

Injection moulding machines work by melting plastic pellets and injecting the molten plastic into a mould. Once the plastic cools and solidifies, the mould opens to eject the finished part. This process allows for high-speed, high-volume production of complex, high-quality plastic parts with a high degree of repeatability.

The benefits of using injection moulding machines from Exapro are manifold. Not only do they provide a cost-effective solution for businesses looking to expand their production capabilities, but they also offer the assurance of quality. We meticulously vet each machine to ensure it meets our stringent standards for operational efficiency and reliability.

We offer machines from renowned manufacturers such as Arburg, Engel, and Sumitomo Demag, who are known for their robust design, technological innovation, and long-lasting performance. These machines come in a variety of sizes, from small machines suitable for producing intricate parts to large machines capable of moulding large components.

Selecting the right injection moulding machine is key to successful production. Factors such as the type of plastic material, the desired production volume, the complexity of the mould design, and the level of automation needed should be considered. Our team of experts at Exapro is ready to guide you in making the best choice for your specific requirements.

Investing in a used injection moulding machine from Exapro ensures you get high-quality equipment at a fraction of the cost of new machinery, without compromising on performance or efficiency. Explore our range today and take a step towards enhancing your plastic manufacturing process.

What are the main manufacturers of injection moulding machines

Exapro has a large inventory of pre-owned injection moulding equipment from many reliable brands. You could discover the following well-known manufacturers in the inventory:

  • Arburg: Arburg, a renowned German producer of injection moulding equipment, is renowned for creating machines that are effective, dependable, and high-performing.
  • Engel: An additional significant competitor in the market for injection moulding machines is Engel, which is based in Austria. They provide a broad selection of machines appropriate for various applications and sectors.
  • Krauss Maffei: The German business Krauss Maffei is well known for its high-quality, dependable, and cutting-edge injection moulding machines.
  • Husky: This Canadian company is a top choice for those in the beverage packaging industry, known for high-speed and high-performance machines.
  • Sumitomo (SHI) Demag: A merger between the Japanese Sumitomo Heavy Industries and German Demag Plastics Group resulted in a manufacturer known for its precision, innovation, and energy efficiency.
  • Negri Bossi: An Italian manufacturer, Negri Bossi is known for their broad range of hydraulic and electric injection moulding machines, offering solutions for various industries.
  • Battenfeld: Battenfeld, now part of the Wittmann group, has a long history of producing reliable and efficient injection moulding machines.

Please note that availability varies, as Exapro's inventory is based on the used machinery market. Each machine listed undergoes a rigorous inspection to ensure it meets Exapro's quality standards before being listed. For specific availability, it's recommended to check Exapro's current listings or contact them directly.

What are the main  parameters  of injection moulding machines


Injection moulding machines are complex pieces of equipment, and several key parameters define their capabilities and performance. Here are some of the most important parameters to consider:

  • Clamping Force: This is the force applied by the machine to keep the mould closed during the injection process. It's usually measured in tons. The required clamping force depends on the size and complexity of the part being produced.
  • Injection Capacity or Shot Weight: This is the maximum amount of plastic that can be injected in a single shot, usually measured in grams or ounces. It's determined by the size of the injection screw and barrel.
  • Injection Pressure: This is the pressure at which the molten plastic is injected into the mould. Higher injection pressure allows for the production of more complex parts, but it also increases the wear and tear on the machine and mould.
  • Screw Diameter and L/D Ratio: The screw diameter and length-to-diameter (L/D) ratio can affect the plasticizing capacity of the machine. A larger diameter and higher L/D ratio generally allow for a higher plasticizing capacity.
  • Tie Bar Spacing: This is the distance between the tie bars that hold the mould in place. It determines the maximum size of the mould that can be used in the machine.
  • Mould Height (Min-Max): The minimum and maximum mould height that the machine can accommodate.
  • Machine Size and Weight: The physical dimensions and weight of the machine can affect where and how it can be installed.
  • Drive Type: Injection moulding machines can be hydraulic, electric, or hybrid (a combination of hydraulic and electric). Each type has its advantages and disadvantages in terms of precision, energy efficiency, speed, and cost.

These parameters can greatly affect the performance and suitability of an injection moulding machine for a specific application. It's essential to understand these parameters and how they relate to your production needs when choosing a machine.

What is the area of the use of injection moulding machines


Injection moulding machines are employed across a broad range of industries due to their ability to produce highly precise, complex plastic parts in large volumes. Here are some of the key areas where these machines are used:

  1. Automotive Industry: Injection moulding is used to produce various parts such as bumpers, dashboards, knobs, switches, and many other components. The accuracy and speed of injection moulding make it a go-to solution for automotive manufacturing.
  2. Packaging Industry: Injection moulding machines are extensively used in the packaging industry to manufacture caps, containers, bottles, and other types of packaging materials. The efficiency and flexibility of the process make it ideal for producing high volumes of packaging products.
  3. Medical Industry: The manufacture of a wide variety of medical devices and components, including syringes, implants, surgical instruments, and diagnostic devices, mainly rely on injection moulding. Injection moulding's accuracy and cleanliness are especially useful in this industry.
  4. Consumer products: Injection moulding machines are used to make a wide range of consumer products, including combs, toothbrushes, toys, and other household goods. The method enables the mass manufacture of things with reliable quality.
  5. Electronics: Injection moulding is used to make a wide variety of electronic components, including connectors, switches, and casings for gadgets. The technique is appropriate for making electronics because of its accuracy and versatility with different plastic materials.
  6. Construction: Injection moulding machines are used in the construction sector to create products like PVC pipes, fittings, panels and other building components.

These are only a handful of the numerous applications for injection moulding equipment. They are a vital tool in any sector that needs to produce plastic parts because of their versatility, speed, and accuracy.

When choosing a machine, there are several factors to consider


Making the best choice for your injection moulding machine is crucial since it can have a big impact on your production efficiency and product quality. Here are a few things to think about:

  • Plastic material type: To handle various types of plastic materials, different equipment is devised. Selecting a machine that works with the materials you intend to employ is essential.
  • Product specs: The machine specs you need depend on the size, weight, and complexity of the product you're creating. This covers elements like injection pressure, injection capacity, mould size, and clamping force.
  • Production Volume: The number of goods you intend to produce over a predetermined period of time will affect the machine's necessary capacity and speed.
  • Automation Level: For improved productivity and consistency, particularly in large-scale manufacturing, think about a machine with automated features. This can involve robotic part removal, automated material handling, and computer-controlled activities.
  • Energy Efficiency: With increasing energy costs and environmental concerns, selecting an energy-efficient machine can lead to significant savings and a smaller environmental footprint.
  • Maintenance and Servicing: Regular maintenance is key to keeping a machine running optimally. Consider the machine's ease of maintenance, the availability of spare parts, and the manufacturer's service network.
  • Brand Reputation: The manufacturer's reputation for quality, reliability, and after-sales service is important. Well-established brands often offer better reliability, performance, and customer support.
  • Budget: Budget considerations will inevitably play a part in your decision. While new machines offer the latest technology, used machines can be a cost-effective alternative if they are in good condition and meet your production requirements.
  • Space Availability: The size of the machine should fit comfortably within your available production space, leaving room for maintenance, material handling, and operator movement.

These are just a few of the many factors to consider when choosing an injection moulding machine. Consulting with an experienced provider or industry expert can be incredibly helpful in making an informed decision.

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