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PUBLISHED: 1/1/2009

New Barrier Approaches For Wide-Neck Jars

New monolayer and multilayer designs for hot-fill barrier packaging have been developed for oxygen-sensitive foods such as pasta sauces, salsas, and fruit.

PUBLISHED: 11/1/2008

Pepsi Unveils Lighter Half-Liter PET Bottles

Pepsi-Cola North America, Purchase, N.Y., has lightweighted its flavored non-carbonated 500-cc PET bottles by more than 20%. The weight of iced-tea and fruit-drink bottles was cut from 23.5 g to 18.6 g through structural bottle design, according to ...

PUBLISHED: 9/1/2008

Multi-Function Sleever For Small Containers

A new high-speed sleeve labeler from France’s Sleever International (North American office in Toronto) is reportedly the first machine that combines sleeve positioning and hot-air shrinking in one device for small health and beauty containers ...

PUBLISHED: 8/1/2008

Barrier-Coated PET For Wine and Beer

WEB EXCLUSIVE Ball Corp., Broomfield, Colo., is the first PET bottle maker in North America to use the Plasmax 12D barrier coating for wine and beer bottles.

PUBLISHED: 8/1/2008

High-Speed FFS Line for Ultralight PET Bottles

Sidel Inc., Norcross, Ga., has introduced the FlexLine system for high-speed form/fill/seal production of ultralight PET bottles.

PUBLISHED: 7/1/2008

Energy-Efficient Labeler For Large Containers

A new front/back bottle labeler has an energy-saving feature for 5-gal containers that require a 12-min cool-down before labeling.

PUBLISHED: 7/1/2008

New IR Lamps Save Energy In Stretch-Blow Molding

Royal Philips Electronics, Somerset, N.J., and Sidel Inc., Norcross, Ga., have jointly developed infrared lamps that reportedly cut electricity use by 15% in PET bottle molding.

PUBLISHED: 7/1/2008

Stretch-Blow Molders Provide Higher Output

New all-electric stretch-blow molding machines from W.

PUBLISHED: 6/1/2008

Blow Moldable Acetal

A new acetal from BASF Corp.

PUBLISHED: 6/1/2008

Nylon 6 for Fuel Tanks

New nylon 6 barrier materials from Rhodia Engineering Plastics, Cranbury, N.J., are aimed at monolayer and multilayer fuel tanks that meet new vapor emissions standards from the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and the U.S.

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