Your Burleigh Wagon is manufactured using the process of Rotational molding. Rotational Molding or (RM) is also called rotomolding, rotational casting, centrifugal casting, or co-rotational molding.
This method is used around the world to make hollow plastic type (thermoplastic) one-piece products such as furniture, light shades, marine accessories, receptacles, surf boards, toys, and of course in this case your Burleigh Stroller Wagon.
The Process is based on the heating and cooling of a rotating hollow cavity mold that defines the outside shape of the required product.
No pressure is applied other than the relatively low-contact pressure developed during rotation of the heated and melted material which forms each part of your Burleigh Wagon.
It is important to know too that because rotational molding does not rely on centrifugal forces to throw the plastic against the mold wall, and the speeds of rotation are slow, the powder simply undergoes a regular tumbling and mixing action to produce the necessary part.
Rotational molding is a complex process and involves numerous related variables. The nature of this manufacturing process is such that it is very common for the plastic parts to have a slight variation. These slight variations may include ones such as part size, small marks/scratches/holes, slight discolouration, or minor indentations.
Our team here at Burleigh Wagon inspect every wagon before it leaves our warehouse and strive to deliver the best functioning stroller wagon with the least possible part variation to ensure it conforms to our standard.
We assure you that the functionality of your wagon is of the highest standard (fit for its intended use) and that’s why we’ve covered this functionality with the Stroller Wagon 7 Year Warranty.