Low weight, high-density polypropylene jars resist chemicals, and tolerate high temperatures. Safe for food, polypropylene plastic jars offer lightweight and rugged storage for cosmetics, first-aid products, cleaning products, and more.

Versatile Polypropylene Jars

With a microwavable and hot-fill temperature of up to approximately 260°F, polypropylene plastic jars do not leach harmful chemicals into foods or liquids, making them a popular choice among plastic food jars.

PP plastic protects contents in two additional ways. First, in the presence of bacteria, mold, or other elements, it does not deteriorate or spoil. Second, polypropylene jars with caps keep unwanted moisture out and the product's moisture in, providing a solid choice of container when retaining moisture content is important.

Inherent Barrier Properties and Chemical Resistance

With inherent barrier properties, PP plastic does not absorb water like other plastics. Though some other plastics are stronger, PP offers a high-density feature. It is rugged, and will take significant damage prior to breaking. It also provides chemical resistance. Diluted bases and acids don’t react readily with polypropylene jars, providing long-term storage for many chemical compounds.

Lightweight, PP plastic creates less solid waste by weight than heavier materials. It is easily recyclable, and accepted by nearly all U.S. curbside programs, presenting a more sustainable solution.

What Does Berlin Packaging Offer Clients?

As a top supplier of wholesale packaging and containers since 1898, Berlin Packaging delivers more than bulk pricing, fast shipping, and dedicated customer service. Clients can access free support services like the industry exclusive high-definition custom label creator. Available in 34 shapes and sizes, the heat-applied ink is water resistant, fade and UV resistant, and meets environmental standards.

To purchase polypropylene jars wholesale, and to fill all plastic jar and container needs, consider Berlin Packaging, a full-service industry leader.

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