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Comar: Dosing cups

Easy-to-read AccuCups improve dosing accuracy.
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Comar’s new AccuCup® 30-mL and 60-mL printed dosage cups, as well as the original 20-mL size, feature enhanced visibility of measurement markings allowing for a more accurate dosage.Vision inspection technology assures the accurate placement of measurement markings on every cup.

FDA-compliant food-grade inks are printed on the outside of the sanitary polypropylene cup to eliminate all contact with the liquid inside.The inks are UV-cured, making the cups washable and reusable.

When dispensing liquid medication, especially at night when lighting may be less than ideal, Comar AccuCup dosage cups with easy-to-read printed measuring lines offer greater accuracy. Stock or custom 360-deg printed lines in one or two colors can be calibrated in milliliters and either tablespoons or teaspoons to match drug packaging and labeling requirements.Custom-printed instructions, logos, and 2D barcodes are also available, as well as custom ribs designed in for a unique cap fit.

First introduced in 2008 in a 4-tsp/20-mL size to fit 24-mm child-resistant (CR) closures, this line of dosage cups is now being expanded to include 30-mL and 60-mL sizes to fit 28-mm CR and 38-mm non-CR closures.The 20-mL cup is CE-marked.Applications for the 30-mL and 60-mL cup are in process.

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