HDPE or high-density polyethylene is a polyethylene thermoplastic and is extremely sturdy.HDPE containers have a wide variety of applications including: food storage, chemicals, detergents, solvents and paint.
Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) Plastic Lab Bottles offer good strength and chemical resistance. LDPE is unreactive at room temperatures except by strong oxidizing agents.
Jerry Cans are manufactured from high-density polyethene (HDPE) and have industry applications including chemicals, oils, food, edible oils, coatings and adhesives.
PET or polyethylene terephthalate is a common plastic used in most packaging products and bottles. This is due to PET's excellent ability to act as a moisture barrier material. PET containers are ideal for storing food items, liquid, spices, herbs, powders and pastes.
FLUORINATED Bottles - During the fluorination process, a coating is applied to the inside of the container to offer an extra layer of protection against permeable liquids. Industry applications include: solvents, chemicals, permeable fluids, cleaning chemicals and inks.