COSMETIC PACKAGING MATERIALS
Achieving a harmonious blend between your brand’s vision and package compatibility can greatly influence the choice of materials for your packaging. At our company, we provide an extensive array of materials that are suitable for in-stock packages. Plastic, PCR, glass, aluminum, and bamboo are just a few examples of the materials we offer. We take pride in offering consultation services and guidance to assist you in selecting the right materials and decoration techniques that align with the unique requirements of your brand.
If you find yourself uncertain about which materials to use, our team of engineering experts is here to provide valuable advice and recommendations.
Polypropylene (PP) offers a diverse set of properties, making it a versatile choice for various applications. Notably, it exhibits superior heat resistance compared to polyethylene (PE). While commonly available in white, clarified grades of PP are also accessible, showcasing exceptional contact clarity. The extensive range of properties offered by PP allows for its utilization in products that demand high impact resistance and long-term dimensional stability, further enhanced by its remarkable chemical resistance.
As the third most extensively produced commodity plastic, after PE, PP finds significant usage in packaging and labeling industries. Its popularity stems from its wide availability and suitability for diverse packaging needs.
Polyethylene (PE) stands as one of the most extensively manufactured plastics globally. It encompasses different variations such as LLDPE (linear low-density polyethylene), LDPE (low density), MDPE (medium density), and HDPE (high density). With its diverse range of grades, polyethylene caters to a broad spectrum of properties, allowing for tailored utilization according to the specific requirements of your packaging.
From providing a soft and flexible composition to delivering a rigid and robust structure, the various grades of polyethylene offer a versatile selection that can be adeptly employed to meet the unique demands of your packaging needs.
PET, renowned as the most widely recycled material globally, boasts exceptional clarity and remarkable chemical resistance. This versatile material finds extensive application in various manufacturing processes, including injection molding, blow molding, injection blow molding (IBM), and injection stretch blow molding (ISBM). Its adaptability across these processes allows for the efficient utilization of PET in creating a wide range of products.
PETG, PCTA, and PCTG are amorphous copolymer thermoplastics that exhibit remarkable chemical resistance, surpassing that of other amorphous materials like ABS or PMMA. These materials possess excellent physical properties that make them highly suitable for a wide range of packaging applications. Additionally, they offer superior clarity compared to clarified PP, enhancing the visual appeal of packaging solutions.
POLY METHYL METHACRYLATE
PMMA, or acrylic, is a transparent thermoplastic that is frequently employed as a lightweight and shatter-resistant substitute for glass. It finds widespread use as an outer jar or bottle owing to its exceptional clarity. PMMA is commonly referred to as “plastic glass” due to its glass-like properties.
ACRYLONITRILE BUTADIENE STYRENE
ABS is a type of alloy material that offers a combination of desirable qualities, including high gloss, impact resistance, and excellent moldability, thanks to its three primary components. It can be effortlessly decorated using various decoration processes, providing ample flexibility. Moreover, ABS plastic is recyclable and exhibits robust impact resistance, as well as resistance to heat and acid chemicals.
Aluminum not only possesses excellent strength in combating undesirable environmental factors but also offers the flexibility to adapt to any shape required by the primary package. This remarkable material not only ensures functionality but also imparts a luxurious appearance and a tactile experience to products.
Glass, a non-crystalline amorphous solid, is frequently recognized for its transparency. This versatile material can be molded and adorned in captivating ways, allowing for impactful and visually striking designs. In addition, glass boasts exceptional chemical resistance and serves as an effective barrier, making it an excellent choice for packaging applications. ASK US ABOUT GLASS.
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