Three problems to be aware of when using plastic packaging drums

- Oct 14, 2019-

1. Temperature problem. The plastic bucket is made of polyvinyl chloride. At a higher temperature, such as about 50 degrees, the hydrogen chloride gas is slowly decomposed. This gas is harmful to the human body, so it cannot be used in a plastic bucket made of polyvinyl chloride. And drinking water. In addition, no matter which material the plastic drum is made of, it cannot be used at too high or too low temperature to prevent deformation and other problems.

2. Weight problem. Plastic buckets have a range of weight tolerances that can be brittle and deformed if stored too heavy.

3. Recycling issues. The plastic bucket itself is recyclable, which saves some costs. However, it should be noted that the recycled 60-liter plastic drum is for industrial use only and is never allowed to be used for food packaging.