Posts Tagged ‘tumblers’

Reusable Plastic Glasses

Monday, May 11th, 2009

We are pleased to be able to offer drastically reduced prices on our range of Nonic Polycarbonate and Polystyrene reusable plastic glasses as follows:

Polycarbonate Nonic Plastic Pint Glasses                £24.31/60

Polycarbonate Nonic Plastic Half Pint Glasses          £23.00/72

Polystyrene Nonic Plastic Pint Glasses                   £11.62/60

Polystyrene Nonic Plastic Half Pint Glasses             £11.00/100

Reusable Plastic Glasses

Reusable Plastic Glasses

Reusable Polycarbonate Plastic Tumblers reduced in price

Friday, May 1st, 2009

10oz Polycarbonate CE Marked Tulip Half Pint Plastic Glasses

Cased x 48

Was £25.50            Now £21.45

Pallet Price £17.72/case

10oz Premium Polycarbonate CE Marked Hiball Plastic Glasses

Cased x 36

Was £42                 Now £36.30

Pallet Price £27.37/case

10oz Polycarbonate CE Marked Hiball Plastic Glasses

Cased x 100

Was £54.75            Now £41.86

Pallet Price £33.46/case

12oz Polycarbonate CE Marked Hiball Plastic Glasses

Cased x 48

Was £27.00          Now £21.97

Pallet Price £16.87/case

20oz Polycarbonate Tulip CE Marked Plastic Pint Glasses

Cased x 48

Was £30.50          Now £27.80

Pallet Price £25.69/case

10oz Polycarbonate CE Marked Plastic Glasses

Cased x 100

Was £58.00          Now £46.75

Pallet Price £31.59/case

12oz Polycarbonate CE Marked Half Pint Plastic Glasses

Cased x 100

Was £65.92          Now £55.80

Pallet Price £38.79/case

24oz Polycarbonate CE Marked Plastic Pint Glasses

Cased x 100

Was £100.94        Now £80.00

Pallet Price £56.12/case

10oz Remedy Polycarbonate CE Marked Plastic Glasses

Cased x 36

Was £57.45          Now £35.42

Pallet Price £27.67/case

12oz Remedy Polycarbonate CE Marked Plastic Half Pint Glasses

Cased x 36

Was £51.00          Now £41.23

Pallet Price £39.16/case

14oz Remedy Polycarbonate CE Marked Plastic Glasses

Cased x 24

Was £54.60          Now £37.40

Pallet Price £27.67/case

16oz Remedy Polycarbonate CE Marked Plastic Glasses

Cased x 24

Was £49.45          Now £38.64

Pallet Price £30.25/case

20oz Remedy Polycarbonate CE Marked Plastic Glasses

Cased x 24

Was £51.80          Now £39.90

Pallet Price £38.04/case

9oz Remedy Rocks Polycarbonate Plastic Glasses

Cased x 36

Was £43.35          Now £35.76

Pallet Price £29.82/case

6.5oz Polycarbonate Champagne Flutes

Cased x 12

Was £23               Now £15.30

6.5oz CE Marked Polycarbonate Plastic Champagne Flutes

Cased x 12

Was £25.00          Now £18.70

9oz Polycarbonate CE Marked Wine Glasses

Cased x 12

Was £16.35          Now £12.50

Pallet Price £11.82/case

8oz Polycarbonate Premium Plastic Glasses

Cased x 36

Was £35.20          Now £26.40

Pallet Price £20.22/case

2 Pint Polycarbonate Jugs

Cased x 4

Was £14.55          Now £11.76

Pallet Price £9.42/case

4 Pint Polycarbonate Jugs

Cased x 4

Was £18.30          Now £16.83

Pallet Price £14.74/case

8oz Polycarbonate Plastic Coffee Cups

Cased x 18

Was £26.30          Now £21.58

Pallet Price £16.62/case

8oz Polycarbonate Latte Cups

Cased x 18

Was £27.75          Now £22.75

Pallet Price £16.62/case

2 Pint Tumblers

Tuesday, April 14th, 2009

We are pleased to announce that we have expanded our Katerglass range of CE Marked Tumblers to include a 2 Pint (40oz) Plastic Tumbler.

These Tumblers are available in units of 8 for £3.00 or a full case of 120 Tumblers for £39.10.

Our Katerglass plastic glasses are manufactured from high clarity, flexible polypropylene for improved crack resistance. Injection moulded to ensure uniform wall strength and feature rolled rims for drinking comfort.

Hamster V’s Event Supplies Polycarbonate Glasses

Monday, February 23rd, 2009

Richard Hammond road tests some Polycarbonate Glasses to see if they really live up to their claim of being unbreakable….

Polystyrene Plastic Glasses

Tuesday, February 17th, 2009

Polystyrene Reusable Plastic Glasses are an alternative safety glass to the Polycarbonate. These hard walled glasses are ‘rigid’ (which is a round about way of saying they will break, but not easily).

These glasses also appear just like real glass but are cheaper than the real thing. These glasses have been in glass-washers (using a recognised glass detergent such as Finish) in excess of 100 cycles with no noticeable visual detraction. These glasses can withstand temperatures of up to 100C

Basically they don’t last as long as Polycarbonate glasses before becoming marked but will do a similar job, just not for as long a period.

Do not confuse rigid Plastic glasses with EPS glasses (Expanded Polystyrene) which are the very light weight ‘foam’ cups often described as the trade name Styrofoam and usually white in colour. We don’t sell any EPS products, our reasons are explained here.

Rigid Polystyrene Reusable Plastic Glasses

Polycarbonate Plastic Glasses

Tuesday, February 17th, 2009

Polycarbonate Reusable glasses are often referred to as safety glasses and many local councils and police forces are insisting that these glasses are used to minimize the risk of injury from ‘glassings’ (The word ‘Glass’ is sadly a verb in this country)

Polycarbonate Plastic Glasses are injection moulded and becoming more commonplace in Pubs, Bars and Restaurants as they will not break (if used as a weapon or otherwise)

Polycarb glasses look just like glass, are usually more expensive than glass as they ‘last forever’ and are lightweight.

Our Polycarbonate glasses will withstand 500 dishwasher cycles before showing signs of degradation (scratches etc). Polycarbonate glasses mark easily if not handled properly.

Polycarbonate glasses can withstand temperatures of up to 145C and are also used to make Police Riot Shields and Bullet Proof Glass.

Polycarbonate Reusable Plastic Glasses

Polypropylene Plastic Glasses

Tuesday, February 17th, 2009

Polypropylene Disposable Plastic Glasses are commonly known as ‘flexi’ tumblers as they can be bent and their shape manipulated. They can appear ‘cloudy’ and are not as clear as their Crystal Styrene counterparts. Polypropylene glasses are commonly used at festivals, outdoor sporting events and public houses as they do not shatter, are cheap and would be difficult to use as a weapon.

Most Polypropylene Tumblers found in the UK are vacuum formed which means that plastic is stretched over a cup shaped mould in order to manufacture the tumbler. A good example of this is our Vending and Non Vending Plastic Cups commonly used or found with Watercoolers, Vending machines and next to the dreaded dentists’ chair.

Vacuum forming a tumbler (stretching plastic over a mould) results in parts of the tumbler being thicker than others, usually the base and top of the tumbler has a higher concentration of plastic than the thinner side walls.

For this reason we do not sell vacuum formed plastic glasses over a certain size. Vacuum formed tumblers are better suited to ‘one glup’ small tumbler applications as large Pint Glasses can become ‘wobbly’ and difficult to handle.

You’ll recognize when you have been handed a pint of beer in a vacuum formed tumbler when the beer spills over the side of the glass and onto your hand as you have ever so slightly squeezed the flimsy tumbler (altering the capacity) and forced the beer out of the glass.

Our ‘Katerglass’ range of Plastic Pint Glasses are Injection Moulded which gives ‘uniform wall strength’ – the tumblers are more rigid, not thinner in the middle and generally easier to handle.

Katerglass Disposable Plastic Glasses