What are Plastic Tumblers
Plastic cups refer to disposable containers used to hold beverages and tea. It is a non-degradable product and is the main source of “white pollution”. The largest use of disposable plastic cups is generally in beverage shops, hot and cold drink shops, milk tea shops, hotels, restaurants and coffee shops, providing various plastic cups for take-away drinks and on-site use. Raw material: polystyrene, also called PS material, the long-term use temperature is 0 ~ 70 ℃. Note that when it is in the 60s, it will deform and become smaller (condensed). Plastic cups are a material that is widely used, especially for making milk bottles, space cups, etc. In addition to the precipitation of some chemicals when the plastic cup is heated, it is also easy to breed bacteria. Although the surface of the plastic looks smooth, there are actually many voids, which are easy to hide dirt.
Information about Plastic Tumblers
PET polyethylene terephthalate
It is a common mineral water bottle, carbonated beverage bottle, etc. It is heat-resistant to 70°C and easily deformed, and there are substances that are harmful to the human body melted out. Plastic No. 1 may release the carcinogen DEHP after 10 months of use. Do not put it in the car to bask in the sun; do not pack alcohol, oil and other substances.
Common soy milk bottles, yogurt bottles, juice drink bottles, microwave lunch boxes. With a high melting point of 167°C, it is the only plastic case that can be placed in a microwave oven and can be reused after careful cleaning. It should be noted that for some microwave lunch boxes, the box body is made of No. 5 PP, but the lid is made of No. 1 PE. Since PE cannot withstand high temperatures, it cannot be put into the microwave oven together with the box body.