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P-E-T Active Products Complete Bottling Solution

P-E-T Active Products cc was started in 1998 by Micheal Meyers. Our 2000sqm manufacturing and storage unit is capable of producing up to 60 000 containers a day.

We use the latest plastic injection moulders, pre-form blowers and plastic grinding machines. All our products are manufactured using one of our own moulds. Our storage section has over 80 000 containers in stock ensuring prompt delivery. Our focus is always on customer service and the supply of high quality P-E-T plastic containers that are manufactured to the highest standards possible.

30 +

Years Of Experience

100 +

Products

Benefits Of P-E-T

  • PET consists of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.
  • PET can be incinerated without residues for energy recovery.
  • PET is the most valuable of the recyclable plastics.
  • PET is reusable as fibre filling for clothing, pallet strapping, moulding, carpeting, as well as in the manufacture of PET containers.

P-E-T Active Products

Our focus is always on customer service and the supply of high quality P.E.T plastic containers that are manufactured to the highest standards possible.

PET is light weight.

PET is shatter resistant

PET is low cost.

PET has high clarity

PET is resealable

PET is recyclable.

About P-E-T

P-E-T Information

Polyethylene terephthalate, commonly abbreviated PET or PETE and is a thermoplastic polymer resin of the polyester family. And is used in beverage, food and other liquid containers, and in thermoforming applications and engineering resins often in combination with glass fibre.

Depending on its processing and thermal history, polyethylene terephthalate may exist both as an amorphous (transparent) and as a semi-crystalline material.

The semicrystalline material might appear transparent with a colour pigment added. The majority of the world’s PET production is for synthetic fibers (in excess of 60%) with bottle production accounting for around 30% of global demand.

In discussing textile applications, PET is generally referred to as simply “polyester” while “PET” is used most often to refer to packaging applications.