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MaxPax: Flexible packaging for liquids

Designed to prevent measuring difficulties and spills with drink concentrates and other liquids, the Burst Pouch flexible pouch from MaxPax features chambers created out of a sealed layer of poly film: consumers can cut the bottom of the pouch, place it into a desired container, and squeeze – forcing the liquid to “burst” through the poly membrane and into the desired container.
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The Burst Pouch is said to use less plastic when compared to rigid bottles and other containers. This not only means eco-friendly and green marketing, but also space and weight savings in warehouses and on trucks, and cost savings for manufacturers and consumers.

The Burst Pouch can be used in multiple applications. Products that fall into categories like, household cleaners, personal care items, home and garden, commercial cleaners, auto, part a & part b active compounds as well as many others. Customizable bottoms and punched tops are available.

 

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