material introduction

Material / Abbrev. / Method Advantages / Heat Resistance / Recycling No.
EPS
Expanded Polystyrene Foam /
EPS Steam Injection
Lightweight, Convenient to carry and ideal for hot and
cold insulation.
Economically priced.
75-85°C
PSP
Expanded Polystyrene Foam /
EPS Vacuum Thermoforming
Lightweight, Convenient to carry and ideal for hot and
cold insulation.
Economically priced.
75-85°C
OPS
OPS / Vacuum Thermoforming
Transparent and brilliant texture allowing the content
to be clearly displayed and boosts the value of the
product. Even with hot food, anti-fog effects would
retain high visibility. Strong, durable, thin and light.
85-95°C
HIPS
High Impact Polystyrene / HIPS /
Vacuum Thermoforming / Injection
Smooth, brillant and attractive appearance.
Strong, durable, thin and light.
85-95°C
PP
Polypropylene / PP / Vacuum
Thermoforming / Injection
Good heat-resistance, microwavable.
Tough and durable.
Grease resistance.
Suitable for frozen packaging, up to -40°C.
110-120°C
PET
Polyethylene Terephtalate / PET /
Vacuum Thermoforming
Resistant to most common acids and grease.
Transparent and brilliant allowing the content to be
clearly displayed and boosts the value of the product.
Strong, durable and impulse force resistant. Provides
air barrier allowing for extended freshness and longer
expiration of product.
60-70°C
PAPER
Paper
Virgin Pulp as raw material.
PE-lamination is environmental friendly, leak proof,
grease and chemical resist.
85-95°C