What Are Hydro Flask Made of?

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what is hydro flask made of
what is hydro flask made of

Hydro Flask Water Bottles keep Cold drinks stay icy cold for 24 hours and hot drinks stay piping hot for 12 hours so you can stay refreshed for any adventure, but What are Hydro Flasks made of and how they made it so well?

Hydro Flask Water Bottles are made with 18/8 pro-grade stainless steel (which is highly resistant to rust, does not need a liner and is compliant with California Prop 65 regulations and Title 21 of the FDA Code of Federal Regulations, Non-Toxic, BPA-Free, Reusable, Eco-Friendly) to ensure pure taste and no flavor transfer — and the durable construction stands up to whatever life brings.


what material is hydro flask made of
what material is hydro flask made of

What Material Are Hydro Flasks Made of?

We can easily find out information on Hydro Flask shop on Amazon or its official website to know the material of Hydro Flask bottles. But it is hard to find out what is the plastic material made for the Lid of hydro flask water bottles. Although Hydro Flask claims that the material is BPA-Free, but it still makes us feel worry about the safety since we don’t know the material of plastic resin.

After the progressing of more investigations and studies, we have confirmed that the Lid of hydro flask water bottle is made of Polypropylene plastic resin (5# plastic) , which is FDA-approved for food contact. And you’ll find polypropylene in food containers like those that hold yogurt, cream cheese, and butter products. Because it has a high heat tolerance, it’s also often used in packaging of food that can be heated in a microwave.


Lid of hydro flask water bottle is made of Polypropylene plastic resin (5# plastic)
Lid of hydro flask water bottle is made of Polypropylene plastic resin (5# plastic)

The soft loop on the lid of hydro flask water bottle is made of thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) that is safe and is widely used for food-contact applications, such as soft spoons for babies, and for healthcare applications (for example, dental guards). TPEs also make good sealing materials, such as sealing rings in piping systems, or liners in bottle caps.

What coating is used on the surface of Hydro Flask Water Bottles
What coating is used on the surface of Hydro Flask Water Bottles

What Coating on Hydro Flask?

The coating on Hydro Flask Color is powder coating that is dishwasher safe for even more convenience, stays slip-free and colorful, no matter where you take it.

How to apply the powder coating on the hydro flask water bottle to make it so much beautiful and durable? It requires spraying the raw plastic powder onto the bottle and then baking it at 180°C for 30 minutes to keep the powder firmly on the bottle. The colors and texture finishing can be different. To get more information, you can click Ecoshine Drinkware Team to have technique support.

How Does Hydro Flask work?

Hydro Flask water bottles claim that it keeps drinks ice cold and hot for your hydration drinking with its unique double wall vacuum insulation “TempShield“. Actually it is no different from other double walls stainless steel insulated water bottle with a vacuum insulated layer between its double walls to prevent heat without condensation from its outer shell surface. It also has a copper lining on the inner walls to prevent heat transfer by radiation.

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