Are the products designed for high temperatures?

Only conditionally. Some products are permitted for a heat resistance of 100 °C for a maximum of 15 minutes based on the available test.

Others can be heated up to 121°C for 1 hour, depending on the application. Please be sure to adhere to the information we provide in the item description at the bottom of the item details page.

As a wholesaler, we pass on the manufacturer's information, over which we have no influence. In the end, the ultimate responsibility for the use of our packaging always lies with the user, as only they know and can influence the contents and the temperature process.

Please note that all containers become softer as the temperature rises! You can recognise a non-binding indication of the temperature resistance by the performance symbol on the article image.

Note for items with the indication: "100 °C for a maximum of 15 minutes":

For these products, the product may be kept at a maximum temperature of 100 °C for a maximum of 15 minutes, whereby 100 °C is the maximum permissible temperature covered (or permitted) by the existing test. For temperatures below this, there is a temperature/time table that you can request from us.

In any case, we try to avoid incorrect information, but we cannot rule this out and decline all responsibility. In case of doubt, please ask us specifically.

Articles with specification: 121 °C for 1 h:

With these products, the contents may be held at a temperature of 121 °C for a maximum of 60 minutes or at a maximum of 100 °C for 120 minutes, whereby 121 °C is the maximum permissible temperature covered (or permitted) by the existing test.

In practical use, this is of course not easy for the bottler or consumer, because the temperature development in the microwave naturally depends on the product itself (especially the fat content) and the heating power used (e.g. 2 minutes at 900 watts in the microwave). It is of course very difficult to control the process during the heating process. As you can see, this topic is far more complex than "suitable for freezing" because it is about migration and not about "when will the tray break?" as with freezing applications.