24mm Black Cap with IHS liner for PET bottles
Our 24mm Cap with IHS Liner is supplied with the liner already inserted. A great looking cap ribbed around the perimeter to improve grip when unscrewing.
After the PET plastic bottle is capped, you will pass it under an induction coil (sealing head). When cooled, the polymer creates a bond with the bottle, resulting in a hermetically sealed product. Neither the container nor its contents should be negatively affected. The heat generated should not harm the contents. However, as with all of our products, you should always test your products with our containers for compatibility.
|Fit Neck Size||24mm / 410|
|Dimensions||15.5mm x 27.2mmØ|
The 24mm Induction Heat Seal Black cap will fit any 24mm neck PET bottles only.
Please note: Always test your product with the plastic Cap /Bottle for compatibility. We are happy to send a sample.
If you have never ordered plastic bottles, caps, jars, pots or accessories before and are unsure about which type you need, just give us a call on 01229 588877 or email our customer services at email@example.com and we can advise you about the different products & plastics we stock.
Polypropylene Caps are known for good impact strength, cost effectiveness, and pliability. These caps are suitable for many products. Polypropylene closures with foamed (EPE) liners have excellent sealing characteristics and offer good chemical resistance including acids, alcohols, alkalis, aqueous products, cosmetics, household oils and solvents.
EPE liners are foam liners pre-inserted into the closure. Expanded polyethylene or EPE is made from LDPE resins. EPE foam has good thermal insulation properties and is also waterproof, thus it has a large number of packaging applications.
Induction sealing, otherwise known as cap sealing, is a non-contact method of heating an inner seal to hermetically seal the top of plastic and glass containers. A hermetic seal has the quality of being airtight and often means that it will be impervious to gases. This sealing process takes place after the container has been filled and capped. It is possible to overheat the foil causing damage to the induction heat seal layer. This could result in faulty seals, even weeks after the initial sealing process, so proper sizing of the induction sealing is vital to determine the exact system necessary to run a particular product. Sealing can be done with either a hand held unit or on a conveyor system.