Types of Customized Plastic Bottle Manufacturing
A bottle is a small, hollow-shaped container usually made of some impermeable fluid in different shapes and sizes designed to store and transport liquid and its mouth at the bottom of the bottle can be sealed by an inner stopper, external bottle cap, an internal stopper, a magnetic closure, or some other conductive method, with a seal. It is used for many applications including wine (for fermentation, aging, etc), beer (mixed with water or vinegar and sometimes added with fruit flavors), fruit juices, medicine, & food products. The size, shape, and internal design of the bottle can vary according to its intended application. Most of them are made of glass except for soda pop, mineral waters, and some port or light alcoholic drinks.
Bottle manufacturers use a variety of strategies and methods to produce, market, and sell their beverages. Some of the common beverage container redemption methods include: bottle deposit and bottle recycling. Bottle deposits are deposits, which are made on empty or used containers. This process encourages consumers to return their empty or used containers to the manufacturer or retailer. A secondary benefit is that it increases the number of recycled bottles, thus reducing the amount of landfills.
The other common method of bottle manufacturing is plastic water bottles made from polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or other synthetic polymer. PET bottles are resistant to petroleum and acid chemicals and resistant to water and termites, making them suitable for general use. Recycling programs have made majority of the bottles made of PET available on the market, including water bottles made of hard plastics like polycarbonate. As of now, PET water bottles are still considered the most convenient plastic drinking bottle.
The third most common method of bottle manufacturing is through the use of vacuum-tube molding. In this method, molten plastic bottle materials are forced into a tube-shaped mold at very high pressure. This mold is then allowed to cool and solidify, resulting in thick walls and a very tight closure. Once cooled and hardened, the bottle is ready to be shipped to retail stores and distributors.
Molded tops are the final product after the mold cavities have cooled. The top of the bottle is then printed with a substrate material to produce the mold signature. Depending on the product and style, the imprint may be printed on the exterior, the interior of the bottle body, the cap, the label, the cap band, or the bottom of the body. These imprinted finishes are applied using either a hot or cold finish, and they provide excellent decorative qualities. The finish applied to bottle bodies must be weather-resistant because it will be exposed to liquids, both on the outside and inside the bottle body, throughout the life of the bottle.
As you can see, there are many ways in which bottle manufacturers can customize their products. With the technology of plastic bottle manufacturing, no two bottles will ever look identical. Unique designs, different finishes, and unique shapes are always available. Customized water bottles are the perfect way to show your individuality and to express yourself while drinking from your favorite water bottle.