There are several types of plastic bottle closures. Closures for bottles include Phenolic caps, Stacker caps, and disc tops. Each one is useful for a different purpose. The types of closures vary according to the purpose of the bottle. Below are some examples:
Non-threaded closures on many bottles are unnecessary for filling, sealing, or storing products. However, choosing the right one can help prevent leaks. For instance, you can select an “L” or “Standard Thread Profile” closure. These are easier to the line and are less expensive than threaded closures. They’re also great for newer bottles, such as PET ones.
Moreover, these closures are convenient. In addition to being convenient, they produce a distinct sound when opened or closed. These sounds can be heard when opening or closing a non-threaded bottle.
Phenolic caps are used for various purposes, including sealing plastic bottles, jars, and vials. They are excellent at withstanding heat and temperature and provide excellent chemical resistance. They are also perfect for use in the pharmaceutical industry because of their compatibility with both plastic and glass bottles. Phenolic caps are available in a variety of sizes and neck finishes.
Phenolic caps are often used on liquids, including petroleum products, cosmetics, and other flammable liquids. They feature a thin layer of oil-resistant plastic that provides a tight seal. Unlike different types of plastic closures, phenolic caps can also withstand high temperatures. As a result, they are instrumental in pharmaceutical applications, where they can withstand a wide range of temperatures and chemicals.
The Association of Post-Consumer Plastic Recyclers (APR) recently released a statement supporting the recycling of plastic caps. This statement states that many bottles are not recycled because of the lids and that reusing caps can improve the recycling process. It also recommends that manufacturers use the same resin for caps and bottles.
The material used for caps is TPR, which has the properties of both plastic and rubber. It’s flexible and holds its shape well in various conditions, making it a good choice for many applications. This material is commonly used for masking protection. It can be used in multiple applications, including the plastic bottle industry.
Many manufacturers use various thread types for their plastic bottle caps. This allows them to fit better with certain types of necks. For example, some hats are made with single turns of threads, while others have double or triple lines. In addition, the CMA has published standardized specifications for caps and neck finishes. Interested parties can contact Pipeline Packaging for a copy of the specifications and a Cap and Neck Finish Measurement and Compatibility Guide.
Disc Top Caps
Disc top caps are used on a wide variety of plastic bottles. These caps twist open and close and are often used for products that need frequent access. These caps are also commonly used in the food and beverage industry. This report explores the global disc top cap market from a global perspective.
The disc top cap is made of polypropylene plastic and has a large diameter that allows dispensing of liquid products. These caps also have a particular orientation point that aligns the top with the front of the bottle for a sleek, modern appearance on the shelf. These caps are used in many plastic bottles, including hair products, body creams, and other liquids.
The 50ml rPET Boston Bottle with Disc Top Cap is an eco-friendly packaging solution for lotions and serums. Its lightweight and shatterproof properties make it a great alternative to glass bottles. These products are also recyclable and allow you complete control over dispensing.