Introduction of PET plastic sheet

PET plastic sheet is a clear and durable plastic material made from Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET). PET is a thermoplastic polymer that is widely used in packaging applications due to its high strength, stiffness, and resistance to impact and temperature fluctuations. PET plastic sheet can be easily cut, formed, and fabricated to fit a variety of shapes and sizes.

Advantage of PET plastic sheet roll

  • Degradable and environmentally friendly packaging materials, in line with food safety.
  • Good plasticity and easy processing. Suitable for die cutting, vacuum forming and folding.
  • Excellent clarity and brightness, excellent chemical and fire resistance.
  • High impact strength and breakage resistance, thermoformable without any pre-drying.
  • It is 100% recyclable, completely combustible and does not emit any toxic substances.

Maintenance of PET plastic sheet

PET plastic sheets are commonly used in a variety of applications, such as packaging, signage, and display cases. To ensure the longevity and effectiveness of PET plastic sheets, it is important to follow proper maintenance and care practices. Here are some tips for maintaining PET plastic sheets:

1. Cleaning

PET plastic sheets can be easily cleaned with a mild detergent solution and a soft cloth. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or scrubbers, as they can scratch the surface of the sheet. After cleaning, rinse the sheet thoroughly with water and dry it with a soft, lint-free cloth.

2. Storage

PET plastic sheets should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and heat sources. Storing the sheets in a humid or damp environment can cause them to warp or lose their shape.

3. Handling

When handling PET plastic sheets, use clean gloves to avoid leaving fingerprints or smudges on the surface. Avoid touching the edges of the sheet with bare hands, as this can cause damage or sharp edges.

4. Protection

To prevent scratches and damage, it is recommended to protect PET plastic sheets with a cover film during transportation or storage. This will help to keep the surface of the sheet clean and free from any external damage.

5. Inspection

Regularly inspect PET plastic sheets for any signs of damage, such as cracks or scratches. Damaged sheets should be replaced to prevent further damage or failure.

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