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New solvent barrier solution from RPC Moirans

20 November 2014

RPC Emballages Moirans has developed a new barrier solution for its range of blow moulded containers up to 30 litres.

RPC Protect® provides an effective barrier against solvent-based products, offering a safe and efficient transport solution for a wide range of chemical, agrochemical and fuel products.  It is also approved for food use.

The barrier does not affect the performance of the containers in any way, maintaining their lightweight, robust and shock resistant properties and passing all the requirements of drop, pressure and stacking tests.  In addition, containers with RPC Protect® are currently undergoing assessment for UN approval.

RPC Protect® can be applied to all types of containers, ensuring flexibility in design and enabling family ranges containing both barrier and non-barrier packs to be created.

Thanks to their mono-material construction, containers incorporating RPC Protect® are easy to recycle, while reduced energy consumption during transportation is a further sustainability benefit.

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