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Plastic Resin

Plastic Resin

Plastic Resin

Dear All,

I am looking for the suitable plastic resin to develop a bottle using blow molding process.

Below are the application requirements of the bottle used to store reagent.

1. Maximum temperature that the part must sustain: 122 deg. Celsius
2. Minimum temperature that the part must sustain: -80 deg. Celsius (storage upto 1 year)
3. Regulatory requirements: USP Class VI (FDA and USDA a plus)

Request you to kindly help me to suitable resin.

Thank you

RE: Plastic Resin

So, what is the reagent? It seems you do not understand what a reagent is.

RE: Plastic Resin

Hi there Darshan,

I believe that this article may help to provide you with some further insights into the different types of resins at your disposal (depending on what you wish to store): https://provprocure.com/choose-the-best-plastic-in...

Hope this helps!

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