Blow Molding - A hollow object for extruding plastic into a cavity of a mold cavity of a plastic container to be blown out.
British Thermal Unit (BTU) - The amount of heat required to heat a pound of water a pound.
Coextrusion, wherein the plastic container is blow molded with walls of two or more layers containing different materials. This manufacturing process often uses recycled plastic materials.
Extrusion - The most common processing technology for plastic containers, covering a wide range of applications where plastic resins are melted, heated and pumped for handling plastic containers.
Dangerous Goods - Hazardous Substances. The Environmental Protection Agency has a plastic standard on the ability to handle hazardous substances.
High density polyethylene (HDPE), colored (dyed) - is commonly used in bleach, liquid detergents, oil and other household and automotive products. These plastic containers typically bear the number & quot; 2 & quot; of the recovered triangular symbols at the bottom of many plastic storage containers.
High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Natural (non-colored) - usually used in plastic containers and plastic storage containers for holding liquid dairy products, juices and other household products. These plastic containers are usually subjected to a number of "2" in the recovery triangle at the bottom of the plastic storage container.
High density polyethylene (HDPE) wide - natural pigments and, these plastic containers are usually used for storage of butter and other foodstuffs in plastic drums, some vials and 5 gallons of plastic barrels. These plastic containers are usually shown in the bottom of the plastic storage container at the number "2" of the reclaimed triangle symbols.
Injection Mold - Under pressure, the heated plastic particles are & quot; injected & quot; into the mold, where the molten plastic hardens to the shape of the specified plastic container.
On-line fluorination - describes the chemical modification of fluorine gas inside the plastic containers of high-density polyethylene because they are blown out of the term. The chemical reaction forms a chemical barrier that can withstand solvent-borne chemicals, making plastic containers suitable for sanitizing, packaging industrial and consumer products.
ISO Containers - Plastic shipping containers designed for the transport and transport of goods by more than one mode, such as ships and railways. Plastic shipping containers, these plastic containers are typically 20 feet and 40 feet in size; ISO plastic containers are 8 feet in standard width and ISO plastic containers are 8 feet 6 inches and 9 feet 6 inches.
Low density polyethylene (LDPE) - used in plastic film packaging, plastic packaging bags, garment bags, dry cleaning bags and extruded plastic food bottles.
Monomer - A relatively simple compound that reacts to form a polymer. The core elements in plastic containers.
Polyethylene Teraphtalate (PET) Slim - color and clarity, these plastic containers come to store cosmetics, water, salad dressing and cleaners. These plastic containers are usually subjected to the number "1" at the bottom of the plastic storage container to recover the triangles.
Polymer-natural or synthetic, and its structure can be represented by repeating units. Synthetic polymers are formed by polycondensation of monomers; some polymers are rubber, some plastics.
Polypropylene (PP) - usually used in plastic containers designed for margarine and yoghurt, caps for plastic containers, and plastic food containers for packaging instead of plastic storage containers such as vials of cellophane.
Polystyrene (PS) - for plastic containers such as egg boxes, snack trays, disposable plastic silverware, cups and disc jackets.
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) - used in plastic containers such as food packaging, vegetable oil bottles and blister packs.
Recycled - The waste material is collected, sorted, processed, and transformed back into the raw material, and then recycled in a new plastic container for the action used.
Resins - Most resins are polymers, a class of natural or synthetic sources of solid or semi-solid organic products of high molecular weight, with no clear melting point.
A rigid plastic container - that is, a plastic container or plastic container that retains its shape when full or empty of any shape. This classification of plastic containers does not include storage of plastic bottles.
Rotational Molding - Plastic Hollow Container Molds are filled with undulations, and the entire plastic container mold is placed in a powdery powder furnace to make it stick to the plastic container mold as it cools. The plastic container mold is slowly rotated and the water is used to cool the mold of the plastic container while the plastic is hardened into the hollow portion.
Tare weight - when they are empty plastic containers.
Heat - A method of heating the effective temperature of a thermoplastic sheet by means of heat or force and then forming it into a complete plastic container....