Summary:Plastic caps are a common way to package and protect products, such as jars or drums. They also enhance a product’s appearance and help maintain its q...
are a common way to package and protect products, such as jars or drums. They also enhance a product’s appearance and help maintain its quality during transport or storage.
There are many different types of bottle caps, ranging from flip-top caps with pour spouts to metal caps with a plastic backing. Each cap type has a unique purpose and should be chosen carefully to best suit the bottle’s contents, application, and consumer preferences.
Disc top caps, which are used for shampoos, face creams, and sun lotions, have a disc that is depressed on one side and lifted on the other to open and release the product. They are very durable for products that are frequently opened and used, as they resist wear and tear better than most other types of caps.
Handle Caps, which are primarily used on larger jars and canisters, have a built-in handle that folds down for storage. They are a more convenient way to carry products.
Push/Pull Caps, which are common on dishwashing detergent bottles, have a rubber bulb that the user squeezes to dispense a liquid. After use, a downward push on the closure closes it.
Tamper Evident Caps, which are produced by the same process as other caps, have a piece of plastic at the bottom of the cap that can be twisted or turned to disconnect it from the container. They are commonly used in the pharmaceutical industry as a means to verify that a container has been opened.