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PET Resin Bottle Caps

Alpek Polyester's CaPETallā„¢ PET Resin is a patented technology that creates 100% PET Resin for cap closures for beverage containers, including water and CSD bottles.

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Alpek Polyester, a global producer of PET Resins, has unveiled a new sustainable solution for 100% PET Resin bottle caps. CaPETallā„¢ PET Cap Resin is a patented technology that allows PET to be used in caps and closures to achieve a 100% PET packaging Solution, which simplifies and improves post-consumer PET bottle recycling and the PET Circular Economy. 

Alpek Polyester's CaPETallā„¢ technology enhances and provides a fully recyclable PET polymer package while maintaining the advantages of mechanical and performance properties of PETā€™s crystallizable polymer.

Other features include: 

ā€¢ Enhances and allows for a fully recyclable PET polymer package 

ā€¢ Retains the desirable optical properties of PET 

ā€¢ Multi-modal molecular weight polymer technology 

    ā€¢ Unlocks flowability without compromising functionality or esthetics 

    ā€¢ Improves polymer flowability 

    ā€¢ Opens applications window to thin-wall injection molded parts 

ā€¢ Passes drop impact for both room temperature and cold temperature testing protocols 

ā€¢ CaPETallā„¢ Resin meets the requirements for PET Resin Identification Code 1

ā€¢ CaPETallā„¢ PET Resin in cap applications pass Environmental Stress Crack Resistance (ESCR) testing for closures

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