With so many plastic bottle closure options, it can be hard to choose on for your product. Bottles Jars and Tubes can help define the different kinds.
With so many options, how do you choose closures for your plastic bottles?
Plastic bottle closures perform the vital function of serving as a protective seal on a plastic bottle, keeping the contents secure and preventing them from spilling out. Bottles Jars and Tubes provide a comprehensive assortment of closures available that are suitable for use on a diverse variety of plastic bottle, jar and tube openings.
Although a plastic cap is typically used to secure the opening of a plastic bottle, the materials used to make it differ from that of the bottle itself. Originally, the design of most caps would require them to be hard-pressed over and down the bottle opening. Holding it in place was a lip on the bottleneck. Then came the flip-top closure, which featured an innovative technique for closing bottles of fizzy drinks prior to the crown cork being created. Over the years, the design of bottle closures have evolved and now we have an extensive range of closures for glass bottles, plastic bottles, plastic jars, plastic vials, plastic squeeze bottles and plastic squeeze tubes.
Diversity in Plastic Bottle Closures
Depending on the business you’re in, there are different types of closures available to suit the diverse industries that require them. Whether you deal in pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, food and beverage, or leisure, you have at your disposal a wide range of bottle closures to choose from.
The plastic bottle closures come in a variety of shapes, styles and sizes to effectively prevent drips and leakages. The wide range of closure types to seal bottles, jars and tubes include the following:
- Standard screw on – The inside of these caps have threading to match to the plastic bottle neck.
- Flip top – (lightweight and bi-injection) To use these, flip the spout up and flip it back down when not in use.
- Snap-on – These plastic bottle closures are circular in shape and need to be pressed onto the bottles.
- Snap top – These closures features a hinged lid to clip open and closed.
- Disc top – No need to remove this cap!
- Talc caps – Twist and turn these plastic bottle closures to expose the bottle’s opening
- Push/pull caps – Pull the spout upwards to use and press down to close.
- Spray, lotion, serum, trigger pumps – Different size pumps dispense different amounts of products out of plastic bottles.
- Child resistant closures – These closures need to be pressed down and turned simultaneously.
- Twist top caps – To open these plastic bottle closures, twist the top counterclockwise and then clockwise to close.
Plastic bottle closures are also available in matt finish or gloss finish, providing a more tailored product for your exact needs. Finding a suitable bottle closure could not be simpler with such a diverse array of types available. Contact Bottles Jars and Tubes today for more information about our bottle closures or to order samples.