Polycarbonate (PC)
Polycarbonate is a transparent, dimensionally stable thermoplastic that has many
applications which demand high performance properties. Polycarbonate plastics can
withstand temperatures ranging between -40 degrees F to 280 degrees F. It is
designed to undergo high-impact and is virtually unbreakable, which makes PC
Plastic bottles ideal for water delivery services.

High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)
HDPE is wax-like, lusterless and opaque in appearance. HDPE is also in a class of
thermoplastics. It lacks the strength of PC but is also amazingly durable. The
advantage of HDPE is that it is very affordable as well as recyclable. HDPE is often
used in the food and beverage industry such as for milk bottles and tupperware.

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
Polyvinyl Chloride is a widely used plastic. It is considered one of the most
environmentally safe materials. PVC is cheap and easy to assemble. It can keep it's
consistency at temperatures up to 157 degrees F. It is an excellent  and more
cost-efficient alternative to PC, but lacks the high-impact capabilities.  

Polyethylene (PET)
Polyethylene is a transparent thermoplastic. It is more flexible than PC plastic,
however not as strong. The virtue of PET plastic is that it is fully recyclable and its
transparency is comparable to that of glass. PET can withstand temperatures up to
136 degrees F. PET bottles are a great affordable alternative to PC bottles, serving all
the essential normal water storage functions.
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