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Inflight Oven Safe Disposable CPET Container

Posted By: gxflight

Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2021

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Disposable CPET Tray Specifications
Title: Inflight Oven Safe Disposable CPET Tray
Product Name: Disposable Airplane Tray, Disposable CPET Tray, CPET Container
Application: For airline catering hot food
Material: CPET plastic
Size: 166x101x30mm, 175x131x35mm, 185x135x45mm, 215x165x38mm, 230x178x41mm
Weight: 12g, 19g, 22g, 32g, 36g
Color: Black, white
MOQ: 50,000pcs
Supply Ability: 40,000pcs/day
Package: 800pcs/ctn
Payment: T/T
Shipment Port: Shanghai, Ningbo, Guangzhou, Shenzhen
Delivery Time: Within 20 to 60 days based on different quantity
Features: Working temperature range from -40℃ to 220℃, GXFLIGHT's CPET food tray is a perfect solution for airline catering hot food. Our CPET tray can be used in refrigerator, microwave and oven. It has FDA and high-Temperature resistance report issued by SGS. Disposable, convenient, hygiene, and not easy to break, can be sealed with CPET lid or film.

Description of Disposable CPET Tray
Non-toxic and odorless, CPET material is recognized as the best airline food packaging material in the world. After special process, CPET material is able to resist temperature range from -40℃ to 220℃. Our CPET container can be directly used in the oven. No harmful substances and will be released during the heating process, hence CPET food packaging is called green packaging in Europe, America and other countries. The CPET material has good barrier property. The oxygen permeability is only 0.03%, and the barrier is even stronger as it is heated, which is unmatched by any material for food freshness preservation. Disposable CPET tray/container is widely used in inflight catering meals and is the best choice for oven using.

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