2016 Product Competition
All Association of Rotational Molders (ARM) member companies are invited to compete in the association’s 2015 Rotomolded Products Competition. ARM will recognize those companies who have entered products that are outstanding in the field of rotational molding. This recognition represents ARM’s commitment to the quality of rotational molding and furthers its goal of fostering public awareness of design applications and rotational molding capabilities.
Sponsored by ExxonMobil Chemical Company
Criteria for Entry
Participants must be current Rotomolder members in good standing.
All entries must be primarily a rotomolded part.
Each product may be entered in only one category.
Companies may submit more than one product, but may only submit one product per category.
Product must be intended for commercial production and not just for development.
Entrants need not be present at the 2016 Fall Meeting to participate in the competition.
All entries will be displayed anonymously and will remain anonymous until after the balloting has been completed.
Entrants must make provisions to conceal their company name if it is in some way contained on the part.
Entrants are responsible for shipping the product to and from New Orleans.
Email or fax entry form to
or 630-790-3095 by September 10.
Conversion Award: Product must be converted from some other material or process to rotational molding.
Innovative State-of-the-Art Award: Significant departure from established rotomolding practice.
Advanced state-of-the-art. Must display examples of finest skill, craftsmanship, and quality.
Large Product Award: Product must have one minimum continuous dimension of 72 inches. Large product entrants may represent their product by photograph, rather than shipping the actual product.
PVC Award: Product must display the versatility and uniqueness of Polyvinyl Chloride to the
Recycled Award: Minimum 15% content by weight of post-use materials.
Name of Rotomolder Member Company
Contact Phone Number
Representative to Accept Award
Name of Product
Description of Product
Type of Mold
When did the item go into production and has it been commercially successful?
Discuss the major points that should be considered in evaluating your entry. For example: significant new use of plastics, design ingenuity, cost effectiveness, performance improvements, manufacturing, economies, energy savings, etc.
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