Products

– -Lids

We need to think about avoiding problems, not solving them.

Simon Zhou – CEO

Paper lids

Advantages:

  • Eco-Friendly: Biodegradable and compostable, reducing environmental impact.
  • Heat Insulation: Provides good insulation for hot beverages, protecting hands from heat.
  • Renewable Resource: Made from sustainable materials.

Disadvantages:

  • Durability: Less durable compared to plastic lids, can become soggy with prolonged exposure to liquids.
  • Fit: May not provide as tight a seal as plastic lids, increasing the risk of leaks.
VOLUMES:

96mm | 115mm 

PS (Polystyrene) Cup Lids

Advantages:

  • Durability: Strong and resistant to cracking.
  • Clarity: Transparent versions provide good visibility of the beverage.
  • Secure Fit: Provides a tight seal, reducing the risk of spills.

Disadvantages:

  • Environmental Impact: Not biodegradable and challenging to recycle.
  • Brittleness: Can become brittle and break in very cold conditions.
VOLUMES:

63mm | 80mm | 90mm

PP (Polypropylene) Cup Lids

Advantages:

  • Heat Resistance: Can withstand higher temperatures, making them suitable for hot beverages.
  • Flexibility: More flexible than PS, reducing the risk of cracking.
  • Recyclability: Easier to recycle compared to PS.

Disadvantages:

  • Clarity: Typically opaque or translucent, which may not be ideal for showcasing beverages.
  • Cost: Slightly higher cost compared to PS lids.
VOLUMES:

96mm | 115mm | 165mm

PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) Cup Lids

Advantages:

  • Clarity: Excellent transparency, enhancing the presentation of beverages.
  • Strength: Strong and durable, suitable for cold beverages.
  • Recyclability: Widely recyclable and has a lower environmental impact compared to PS.

Disadvantages:

  • Heat Sensitivity: Not suitable for hot beverages, as it can deform at high temperatures.
  • Cost: Generally more expensive than PS and PP lids.
VOLUMES:

Dome:70mm | 73mm | 86mm | 95mm | 100mm | 111mm | 127mm

Flat:150mm | 165mm | 185mm