Case Study 569
Currier Plastics was asked to develop a new Injection Stretch Blow Molding (ISBM) Jar that could be used in the medical/healthcare market. The Jar could be subjected to 4,500 RPM of centrifugal forces. A study is necessary to determine proper material, wall thickness, geometry and base push up characteristics. The end user prefers to use a stock cap with a 70-470 neck finish and a Buttress style thread.
For more information contact Currier Plastics, Inc.
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101 Columbus Street, Auburn, NY, 13021, United States
Currier Plastics, Inc.
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