PET substitute for aluminium aerosol containers / Product suits traditional PET reclaim streams
The new aerosol bottle is made of PET (Photo: Sidel)
French blow moulding machine and packaging solutions supplier Sidel (Octeville-sur-Mer; has launched PressureSafe, a container made of PET designed to replace aluminium aerosol products for perfumes and deodorants and offer a “more environmentally sustainable dispensing spray packaging”. The container is said to be suitable for traditional PET recycling streams.

The bottle offers resistance to pressure “to maintain a safe structure, protect against leakages, breakages, and roll-out during transportation and storage”.

Sidel said the product is fully compliant with regulations and material specifications set by the European Aerosol Federation (FEA, Brussels; and the Plastic Aerosols Research Group.
10.05.2022 [250131-0]
Published on 10.05.2022
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