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Conta-Pack Pty Ltd

Brisbane
Phone: (07) 3333 2281
Fax: (07) 3889 3624
Sales
sales@contapack.com.au
Melbourne
Phone: (03) 8682 8604
Sydney
Phone: (02) 9011 6222

Email Orders/Enquirys

sales@contapack.com.au

Please provide your full delivery address with post code. (No P.O. Boxes) Contact name/Company name and Contact phone number.

Storage of Bottles and Closures.

All Bottles, Jars and Closures must be stored in a cool dry location out of direct sunlight.

PET Bottles And Jars.

With respect to PET Bottles and Jars - they are particularly susceptible to heat and sunlight and particular care should be taken. PET bottles and Jars exhibit particular tell tale faults if stored incorrectly.

Flouro-seal Barrier Treatment of HDPE bottles.

Bottle

 

Chemicals requiring   -   Barrier Enhancement in HDPE 
Acetone     Auto Additives     Charcoal Lighter     Cleaners     De-greasers     d-Limonene
Electronics Chemicals     Essential Oils      Flavors     Fragrances     Gasoline
Insecticides     Kerosene     Lubricants     Paint Thinners      Plant Growth Products
Pyrethrums     Surfactants     Solvents     Terpenes     Trichloroethylene
Toluene     Waxes and Polishes     Weed Killers & Herbicides     Wood Preservatives

 

Compatibility testing of fluorinated samples for commercial production

Fluoro-Seal recommends that all fluorinated containers be qualified for compatibility with the actual products they are to hold. A compatibility test* consists of filling Fluoro-Seal treated samples of the proposed container with product and measuring permeation via weight loss.
It is important to perform tests with containers that are identical to the ones that will be used for your production since barrier properties will vary for different containers. Some of the factors that affect barrier treatment include the manufacturer, weight, resin package, colour concentrate carrier, pigment type, closures, label, wall thickness, level of regrind resins, and shape. A change in any one of these factors can affect the barrier level of the package.


Changes to product formulation or container after compatibility tests

Any change made in the formulation of the product to be packaged and/or the container originally used for testing after the package has been qualified and approved will require the entire package be re-qualified.