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Amcor Rigid Plastics

935 Technology Dr, Ste. 100, Ann Arbor, MI, 48108, USA

  • 734-428-9741

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Amcor Rigid Plastics

Material Handling & Storage, Welding Equipment & Supplies

PET Bottles and Preforms with wrap, shrink and pressure-sensitive labels.

December 16, 2016

Available in round, hourglass, and square shapes 12oz, 16oz, 32oz, and 64oz sizes, PET Stock Bottles and Preforms include cold-fill, aseptic and high-pressure processing (HPP) filling types. Multiple preforms enable 8oz to 16oz bottle designs for single-serve and 28oz to 68oz for multiple serve applications. Eliminating product spoilage due to tight sealing with superior vacuum absorbing... Read More

Material Handling & Storage, Non-Industrial Products

Wide Mouth PET Jar meets hot fill food packaging needs.

October 12, 2011

Suited for food products filled at temperatures up to 205°F, 24 oz round, wide mouth, polyethylene terephthalate (PET) jar weighs 51 g and mimics appearance of glass. Stock hot fill container features 4 horizontal ribs and stiff walls that resist vacuum as product cools in order to maintain jar shape. Performance Widemouth technology delivers panel-less design, and blow-trim technology ensures... Read More

Material Handling & Storage

Hot-Fill PET Bottles have panel-less, ribless design.

April 14, 2005

Suited for 16 and 20 oz applications, PowerFlex(TM) hot-fill polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles mimic aesthetics, performance, and feel of glass. Products, adaptable to many shapes, have completely smooth label panel free of any kind of ribbing. Straight wall has no points of stress concentration, which removes potential for bending. Vacuum distortion occurs only in base, where diaphragm... Read More

Material Handling & Storage

Hot-Fill Bottles feature low propensity to denting.

November 6, 2003

Rebound(TM) structural attributes are scalable, enabling bottle production ranging from small, single-serve sizes to larger, multi-serve containers. Three of six standard vacuum panels are eliminated, increasing flat-area by 100% to support label application. Rebound(TM) bottles feature flex points, which help absorb pressure. Top load compresses container, Rebound(TM) panel deflects outward, and... Read More

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