Pail Liner Types

Steel pails often do not come cheap, and it may be prudent to extend the lifespan of the pail as much as possible. One option for increasing the durability of a pail is the pail liner.

The biggest advantage in using pail liners is that they keep your product from wearing down the steel pail itself. Because pail liners are economically efficient, it will save you more money in the long run than routinely purchasing new steel pails. You can also mix different products inside a steel pail with a compatible pail liner for a mess-free experience.

Pail Liners Pail liners come in different styles, plastic materials, and colors. Each liner may have different properties.

Pail Liner Material

Pail liners are typically made of high density polyethylene (HDPE) or low density polyethylene (LDPE).

HDPE can be rigid and difficult to squeeze, but it has high chemical resistance and good impact resistance. It can be used to store chemicals, solvents, water-based products such as paints and coatings, and more.

LDPE is more flexible than HDPE. It is also extremely durable and can be tough to break. LDPE is also built to last in cold environments, which is great when you have products that must be refrigerated or frozen.

Pail LinersPail liners can also come with extra features such as Anti-Static properties. Certain pail liners are anti-static in order to reduce any static buildup during usage. This feature is ideal for those who are dealing with flammable products or applications. Anti-Static liners are pink in color and are available in both HDPE and LDPE.

The last and most cost efficient option is our flat bottom pail liners. These liners have a flexible design to adjust to the differences in pail sizes and shapes.

There are many advantages to using pail liners. Whether preserving the pail and extending its lifespan, or wanting to save clean up time by providing mess free protection, pail liners can definitely benefit you and your pails. Call today at (630) 629-6600 or visit our website to order your pail liners today.