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Coding and marking on Plastic PET Bottles

Coding and marking on PET bottles

PET bottle is one of the commonly used primary packagings for drinking water, soda, fruit juice, and other liquid forms sold in the market because it is lightweight, BPA-free, does not degrade with water and are recyclable. 

PET bottles are one of the largest categories of beverage packaging used in this industry. Coding and marking on PET bottles creates a set of challenges unique to this industry that limits many manufacturers’ choices when it comes to choosing the best printers. Some factors to be considered are humidity and how moist the atmosphere of the working environment is, downtime due to maintenance and ink change, cost of ownership, and overall ease of operation of the coding and marking printer.

MapleJet technology offers printers that have been tested in this market for years and have proven effective for coding and marking on PET bottles. Our printers are low maintenance and have a low cost of ownership as well as minimal training is required for the operators. The small size and durable design of our printers allow for easy setup and are capable of being moved to different locations performing with the highest of efficiencies at a minimum time.

Additionally, our inks offer superior adhesion on many materials while maintaining maximum print quality on any part of the bottle including the neck, shoulder, or bottom.

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