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PUBLISHED: 1/1/2010

New Milestones for Hot-Fill Bottles

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Smallest, lightest, hottest—the past year has seen three “firsts” for hot-fill PET containers.

PUBLISHED: 12/1/2009

Barrier Masterbatches for PET Bottles

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Two new masterbatches from Clariant Additive Masterbatches, Winchester, Va., offer long-lasting barrier to oxygen and carbon dioxide in PET bottles.

PUBLISHED: 12/1/2009

All-Electric Reheat Machine for Big PET Bottles


PUBLISHED: 11/1/2009

PET Wall Measurements Control Bottle Blowing

The Process Pilot closed-loop blow molding control software from AGR International, Butler, Pa., is a real-time process management program that works in conjunction with the company’s PETWall Profi ler system to automatePET bottle production.

PUBLISHED: 10/1/2009

PET Bottle Output Rises, Energy Consumption Falls

WEB EXCLUSIVE: At last month’s Drinktec exhibition in Munich, Germany, Sidel of France introduced new technologies and services to produce more PET bottles faster with less energy consumption.

PUBLISHED: 7/1/2009

New Neck Finish and Closure For Edible Oils

The trend to lightweighting caps and neck finishes on PET bottles for still and carbonated beverages has now spread to edible oils.

PUBLISHED: 7/1/2009

New Reciprocating-Screw Units Save Time and Energy

WEB EXCLUSIVE Two new reciprocating-screw extrusion blow molders are said to offer reduced energy use and shorter dry cycles.

PUBLISHED: 7/1/2009

Hot-Fillable PET Bottles Now 20% Lighter

A new lightweight PET bottle for hot-fill applications requiring smooth walls has been developed by Graham Packaging Co.

PUBLISHED: 5/1/2009

Conformal Mold Cooling Gains Another Licensee

A patented conformal cooling process developed by Ritemp Technologies Pty.

PUBLISHED: 4/1/2009

Say ‘Oui’ to French Wine In PET Barrier Bottle

Three varietals of French wine from Boisset Family Estates are the first in the U.S. that are packaged in PET bottles using MonOxbar Plus oxygen scavenger from Constar International Inc., Philadelphia.

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