1PP - What does PP mean?
PP, or Polypropylene, refers to the type of plastic that the bottle is made from. This plastic type is a lighter whilst still being durable and is ‘whiteish’ in appearance. This type of bottle is perfect for a regular to low level of daily usage.
2What are the parts of the bottle made of?
  • POLYPROPYLENE (PP) Bottle, Cap, Hood, Teat Pin
  • SILICONE RUBBER Teat Sterilisation Methods – Microwave, Steam, Boiling, Chemical, Autoclave Parts which CANNOT be autoclaved
Heat Resistance: BOTTLE 110 degrees C
TEAT, CAP, HOOD, TEAT PIN 120 degrees C
3PPSU - What does PPSU mean?
PPSU, or Polyphenylsulfone, refers to the type of plastic that the bottle is made from. This plastic type is very hard-wearing, highly durable and long lasting and is yellow-toned in appearance. It is a medical-grade plastic and has a very high heat resistance. This type of bottle is perfect for a high level of daily usage.
4What sterilization methods can I use?
Microwave, Steam, Boiling, Chemical, Autoclave
Heat Resistance: BOTTLE 180 degrees C
Parts which CANNOT be autoclaved TEAT, CAP, HOOD 120 degrees C
5Glass - General Notes
The glass is breakable if dropped, or subject to an impact. Handle with care.
6What are the parts of the bottle made of?
BOROSILICATE GLASS – Bottle
POLYPROPYLENE – Cap
SILICONE RUBBER – Teat
POLYCARBONATE – Hood
7What are the sterilization methods I can use?
Microwave, Steam, Boiling, Chemical, Autoclave Heat Resistance: BOTTLE 600 degrees C Parts which CANNOT be autoclaved TEAT, CAP, HOOD, TEAT PIN (Max Temperature 120 degrees C)