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Baytec Containers Posting Page
Friday, November 12, 2010
One way to keep your drums clean and free of product contamination is by putting a drum liner inside.

Our drum liners are made of FDA compliant material and do not cause folds or wrinkles to trap your product.

There is a number of varieties on the drum liners we are offering; namely the different sizes (5, 15, 30, 55 gallons), the types (tie-top or fold-back) and the materials (LDPE, CR or PP Hot Fill).

Tie-top liners have extra length so that you can gather and tie at the top for a quick practical closing.

Fold-back liners, on the other hand, pull back over the rim of the drum and fastened by the cover discs. These are made of low density polyethylene (LDPE) and designed to be used in 55 gallon drums. They are ideal for general purpose use.

When you see CR in the description of one of our drum liners, it is an abbreviation from Chemical Resistant. That means with the liners you are purchasing, there is a multi-layer nylon-barrier construction that is designed to withstand many chemicals that attack polyethylene.

PP Hot Fill (polypropylene) is useful for use with items whose temperature is up to 300°F.

One of these versatile drum liners must be a great use for your business. To get a help on which drum liners are best for you, contact our representatives for a recommendation. 

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