Polyethylene Terephthalate Resin
Polyethylene Terephthalate is a thermoplastic polymer resin of the polyester family that is used in beverage, food and other liquid containers, synthetic fibers, thermoforming application and engineering resins often in combination with glass fiber.
Bottle & Film Grade PET Resin
The Bottle & Film Grade Chip is a clear and strong polymer with exceptional gas and moisture barrier properties. The major characteristics are odor-free, non-toxic, highly transparent, air-tight, light weight and easily transportable. With its uniformed size, stable viscosity and excellent processing ability, Lotte Grade Chips produce high product yield and fully conform to international standards for food-grade usages due to their low heavy metal, acetaldehyde and ash contents. These FDA approved resins are ideal for beverage bottles and food packaging. The molecular weight of PET as indicated by its intrinsic viscosity is of primary importance. Maintaining a relative high I.V. is required for producing high quality bottles.
- PAPET COOL: IV 0.74 dl/g thru 0.84 dl/g packaging products
- PAPET ACE: IV 0.80/0.84 dl/g Fast Re-Heat packaging products
- PAPET HOT: IV 0.78 dl/g Homo for HOT Fill products
- FDA Approved (Coke & Pepsi Approved)
- ISO 9001: 2010 Compliant and Certified