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Exterior size: 535×416×240mm
Internal size: 500×380×230mm
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50L Plastic water tank
Exterior size: 535×390×300mm

90L Plastic water tank
Exterior size: 690×475×375mm
160L Plastic water tank
Exterior size: 760×560×495mm
200L Plastic water tank
Exterior size: 817×610×590mm
300L Plastic water tank
Exterior size: 877×655×617mm

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Plastic Containers

Using plastic containers is a versatile, convenient and inexpensive way to organize, store, sanitize, package, ship and display materials in virtually every industry. Plastic containers' versatility in thickness, weight, absorption, color, density and strength makes plastics the number 1 choice when it comes to choosing a material to produce containers. They have a high tolerance to temperatures, are able to retain any size or shape, and are able to hold a wide range of weights, temperatures and densities. These properties attract the health care, food, pharmaceutical, waste management, and consumer good industries, all of which use plastic containers in many applications. Manufacturers employ plastic storage containers such as plastic bins and plastic boxes for storing, distributing and shipping large amounts of products ready for the shelves, while plastic totes are used to hold liquid materials. Plastic tubs and plastic bottles package and protect food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic products, while plastic food containers store, transport and distribute foods packaged in bulk and individually to guard against spoiling and contamination. Aside from packaging and storing, plastic containers can be used to fill other needs. catch basins, for example, filter debris from entering drain systems, and unlike other plastic containers, are not air-tight but instead have holes for water or air to pass through. Plastic buckets can be used to catch, hold or transport solid or liquid materials and are sized so that they may be hand-carried. Plastic crates are light weight and used in applications when the material inside must be ventilated.

All plastics are made from a polymer resin, which are mostly synthetic from petroleum. Plastic containers are all thermoplastics, as opposed to thermosets, which are not moldable when heated. When heat and pressure are applied to thermoplastics, they become pliable and moldable and have the ability to take on any size or shape. After it cools, the plastic becomes rigid and holds its shape. This happens through blow molding or injection molding. Blow molding is a process used to manufacture hollow, 3-dimensional items such as plastic bottles and jars, where molten plastic is inflated inside a mold and left to cool. Injection molding, which produces larger, sturdier containers such as storage bins and thicker food containers, is a process through which molten plastic is injected into an inverse mold and left to cool. There are many different types of plastics used to produce plastic containers. A popular choice, polyurethane, is a high-density plastic used for tough containers. High-density polyethylene (HDPE) is used for bottles, jugs, pipes and bins, and polyethylene teraphthalate (PET), which is hard, clear plastic, is used for soft drink bottling.Vinyl and acrylic, which make flexible packaging, are also used. Composite materials such as fiberglass, minerals, carbon, graphite or other chopped fibers are often additives used in plastic box, barrel and pail manufacturing to strengthen and reinforce the finished plastic container.

Storage containers are most often made from plastic because of their low cost, high production rate, durability, low weight and their unlimited shape and size capabilities. In comparison to alternatives such as wood, metal or glass, they are the best option when storing, transporting and shipping products and materials. Many plastic storage containers are reusable and last many years. Plastic bins and boxes, usually made of polyurethane or HDPE because of its strength and moisture control, are used as sturdy, stackable containers used in the manufacturing industry as well as for home and office storage. Plastic totes differ from bins and boxes in terms of reusability. They are made to last much longer than other plastic containers, and are able to transport delicate materials that need added support as well as liquids. While bins and boxes are sometimes used for point of purchase display and available for consumers, plastic totes remain useful only in manufacturing and bulk distribution.

Aside from large containers used for storage and transport in factory settings, many plastic containers are produced as packaging for pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, food and other consumer goods. Food grade containers, medical sterile containers and corrosion-resistant biohazard containers are common plastic containers produced today. Using plastic has many benefits, Ltdluding a low shipping hazard sLtde plastic bottles won't break and remain air-tight. They also provide protection from contamination, sLtde many of the goods plastic containers hold are health care related. SLtde they are low in weight, shipping costs are comparatively low to using glass or wood. Most of these containers, such as bins, boxes and totes are reusable, but those that aren't can be recycled, cutting down on both cost and waste.

Plastic containers are employed for a number of other uses. Plastic drums are heavy-duty and made of polyethylene, used to store many different raw materials used in manufacturing. Plastic carts, which are like bins with wheels, are also produced by some plastic manufacturers. Plastic crates, which are able to hold boxes of products, are light-weight but are made in a grid-pattern and therefore are not air-tight or waterproof. Catch basins are also not waterproof, because they filter debris out of drain systems. They are employed in gutters, street sewers, and shower drains. They prevent clogging and water pollution. Because of safety concerns, most plastic container manufacturers must follow regulations set by the EPA, FDA, DOT or HazMat when storing, shipping, or packaging organic or hazardous materials.