PET (polyethylene terephthalate) plastic bottles are often clear, but can be dyed different colors, such as green, amber and blue. These are typically used in food and beverage bottles, have a high impact resistance level.
Plastic Bottles By Material
Make sure business is always running smoothly by stocking up on Plastic Bottles by material from The Cary Company. We carry a large assortment of plastics suitable for all your bottling needs, from HDPE, LDPE, PET, PETG, PP, PVC, and barrier resin plastic. Our bottle line includes plastic containers, such as spice jars, boston round bottles, spray bottles, and dairy milk jugs that are perfect for the beverage, food, beauty, industrial, chemical, or pharmaceutical industry. Products are available for wholesale and bulk pricing in popular colors options: clear, natural, amber, white, green, and more in a range of sizes and finishes. Pick your favorite bottle today!
HDPE (high-density polyethylene ) plastic bottles are known for their strength and versatility. Natural, a frosted translucent finish (much like milk jugs) is HDPE’s clearest state. It has fairly good impact and chemical resistance.
PVC (polyvinyl chloride) plastic bottles are often clear, usually with a streaky finish. These containers have a fairly good chemical resistance and can be durable for long periods of time. Certain containers are also excellent for hot fill applications.
LDPE (low-density polyethylene ) plastic bottles are known for their squeezable and malleable feel, which works well for droppers and dispensing applications. Natural, a frosted translucent finish (much like milk jugs) is LDPE’s clearest state. LDPE containers tend to be fairly tough to break.
PP (polypropylene) plastic bottles are a versatile plastic used in many industries. They feature good chemical and impact resistance. Some PP bottles can be used for hot fill applications due to its high temperature tolerance.
PS (polystryrene) plastic bottles are clear and inflexible plastic. They also have low impact resistance. PS bottles are commonly used in mass produced products such as disposable containers and cutlery.