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How To Use The Proper Can Liner and  the Difference Between High & Low Density Liners
 

How To Use The Proper Can Liner and the Difference Between High & Low Density Liners

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    How To Use The Proper Can Liner and  the Difference Between High & Low Density Liners How To Use The Proper Can Liner and the Difference Between High & Low Density Liners Presentation Transcript

    • Have you ever had a trash can liner RIP, TEAR or PUNCTURE?? To avoid these problems  it is important to understand the types of trash can liners and how and when to use them. We hope this short video helps you choose the right trash liner for the application.
    • There are two types of can liners:
      • 1. High Density
      • 2. Linear Low Density
    • HIGH DENSITY Can Liners are made from high molecular density resins and are best suited for the office, restroom, or any type of light or paper trash that does not include sharp edges that can tear or zipper the liner. High Density Trash Can Liners are usually less expensive per unit than Linear Low Density Can Liners.
    • LINEAR LOW DENSITY Can Liners are made from high quality resins that are highly resistant to puncturing and tearing from heavier or sharp objects. The exceptional strength and stretch of Linear Low Density Can Liners make them a great option for trash that may include glass, or sharp objects . Both High Density and Linear Low Density Liners come in various sizes
    • High Density has a crisp feel and when trash forces itself against the liner High Density can zipper.  Linear Low Density have a more rubbery feel and when trash forces itself against the liner it does not zipper but will stretch to accommodate the sharp or heavy object. The best way to tell the difference is the feel of each. 
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