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Container Mfg.: Container Mfg.: Container Mfg.: Multi-layer cap liner

A new coextruded cap liner from Tri-Seal Intl. (Blauvelt, NY) is now being used on the angled pour spout of the plastic measuring and dispensing containers from Container Mfg.
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(Middlesex NJ). Container Mfg. applies the Tri-Gard® Separating liner to the pour spout before shipping empty containers to customers. Customers apply a cap to the spout and send the cap and spout through an induction sealer. When the consumer twists off the cap a three-layer coextruded foam component separates from the film/paper/foil lamination that is induction sealed to the pour spout finish. So the cap retains a liner to provide reclosability without leakage.

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