What are the advantages of containers made with barrier resins (Nylon/PE & Fluorinated plastic)?

You don't have to choose between a container that is lightweight and impact resistant or one that could stop chemical permeation. Plastic Barrier Bottles give you the benefits of plastic and the containment qualities necessary for handling most hydrocarbon-based chemicals.
Barrier resins (Nylon/PE and Fluorinated plastic) help bottles retain their shape.
Barrier plastic provides a barrier to permeation of hydro-carbon solvents up to 100 times better than high density polyethylene!

Barrier plastic containers provide:
A guard against product weight loss and permeation
Improved product odor control
A guard against discoloration of the container

Enhanced container shape retention

Click on the links below to see the items that we offer that are made with barrier resins:
Hydrocarbon Barrier Bottles
Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ Fluorinated Bottles
Baritainers® Jerry Cans with QUORAL®
Level 3 Fluorinated 5 Gallon Fort-Pak
Article Title:
What are the advantages of containers made with barrier resins (Nylon/PE & Fluorinated plastic)?
Article Summary:
Information on fluorinated & barrier bottles & carboys.
Article Date:
11/30/2015
Article ID:
1004
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