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Technological challenge in the bottle

Technological challenge in the bottle
Technological challenge in the bottle

Its name is Shesha and it is full of Butane gas. But, it has other characteristics: it is equipped with a plastic bumper, a removable handle and castors. 
The periodic inspection of pressure in accordance with ADR (regulation on the European road transport) is facilitated by dismantling in less than 10 seconds and crash tests have shown that it can withstand a drop of over three meters without  any leakage. 

All Shesha materials (steel and plastic envelope) are 100% recyclable. And since it is, for now, only sold in France and entirely manufactured in the country, it will generate less pollution related to transport and its carbon footprint will be minimal.

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