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Nylon baby bottles free of Bisphenol-A

EMS-Grivory and a Japanese company have introduced a baby bottle that is made from Grilamid TR 90, a colorless copolyamide. The introduction is significant because EMS-Grivory reports some market dema...

January 1, 2002   By Ryan Paxton



EMS-Grivory and a Japanese company have introduced a baby bottle that is made from Grilamid TR 90, a colorless copolyamide. The introduction is significant because EMS-Grivory reports some market demand for a material that does not contain Bisphenol-A for use with infant products.

In Japan, the JEX Company is offering baby bottles in 150 ml and 240 ml sizes made from Grilamid TR 90.

Grilamid TR 55 is also suitable for the manufacture of baby bottles, according to EMS-Grivory. Both materials have high transparency, high impact strength and can resist hot water sterilization and chemical cleaning agents. Grilamid TR 90 is also less dense than polycarbonate and PES, making the bottles significantly lighter.

EMS-Grivory 803-481-6171

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