What is Plastic resins ?
Plastic resins are created by heating hydrocarbons in a process known as the "cracking process." The goal is to break down the larger molecules into ethylene or propylene -- which come from the crude oil refining process -- or other types of hydrocarbons. The amount of these two compounds produced will depend on the cracking temperature used.
Plastic resins are not any one material, but a family of related materials with various properties that can be formed to meet the requirements for the bottles, containers, closures, and caps used for your drugs, vitamins, and other pharmaceutical and medical products