Do you know what types of PET jars exist? Rez-Tech Corporation with 30 years of experience in the field has an answer and produces the jars with the help of automatic PET stretch blow molder APF-10 made by PET Technologies.
Do you know what types of PET jars exist? Rez-Tech Corporation with 30 years of experience in the field has an answer. These are pinch jars with handle, grip jars, nestable tubes (jars). They are perfect for salt, spices, granules, powders, nuts, snacks and candies. All the containers have a blown thread and snap cap!
Ohio-based corporation produces the jars with the help of automatic PET stretch blow molder APF-10 made by PET Technologies. The machine works in line with dome trimming and packaging equipment supplied by European brands. It permits Rez-Tech to manufacture a wide range of containers with minimal changeover of blow molder. You just stop the machine for 20 minutes to switch from grip jar to nestable tube!
Some of them are square, while others are round-shaped. The concept of nestable jar may seem clear, while pinch grip jar may sound weird. The latter is a transparent and square 2 L PET container with wide neck and firm pinch grip. It is ergonomic and comfortable to keep in hands. Imagine how it attracts attention at supermarket shelves when filled with colorful candies and snacks!
The reply is through the lens of PET Technologies full-cycle approach. Experience turned out to be the king. Cooperation between the companies started with PET jars design development and prototyping. The company owner made sure that APF-10 would cope with blow molding of complex wide neck containers. They met all technical characteristics like geometric parameters, material distribution.
“We thank PET Technologies for bringing Rez-Tech… a European perspective on sustainability, energy, engineering, and look forward to more in the future. Highly recommended” – this is the last phrase of Letter of Recommendation that the customer provided us. Why do they “love these PET Technologies reheat stretch blow molding machines”? The company owner Jack Podnar – better known as Jack The Jar Man of Kent – replies as follows: