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Our full range of processing capabilities is supported by our leading-edge packaging technologies, which enable us to develop the optimal solution for your product’s application. No matter the complexity of your ingredients or intended scale of distribution, we will guide you down the path toward commercial success.
When repeatedly depressed, the pump creates a vacuum that draws product from the bottle, which is expressed through the pump's exit orifice.
The base formula intended to be dispensed.
A disc that is drawn up and follows the product as it’s dispensed, allowing near-complete evacuation and preventing air from commingling with the formula.
A small hole in the bottom of the bottle that allows for air to pass as product is dispensed and the plate moves up.
Holds and preserves the pressurized contents of the package system.
Crimps to the can to effectively seal the pressurized system. When depressed, the valve opens a fluid channel to allow product to flow to the actuator.
Creates a fluid channel for product to travel from the can to the valve assembly.
When depressed, the actuator activates the valve, allowing for product to flow out of the pressurized package, often in a stream, mist or foam.
The base product formula intended to be dispensed from the package.
A volatile liquid or compressed gas that, upon actuation, exerts positive pressure on the package system to drive product through the dip tube, valve and actuator.
A multi-laminate foil bag is affixed to a valve system, which is crimped to the can to effectively seal the pressurized system. Product is filled through the valve into the bag, which expands and conforms to the can shape. When depressed, the valve opens a fluid channel pathway, allowing product to flow to the actuator.
Suitable for liquid as well as viscous products, such as gels, creams and ointments in a number of application areas. Optimized for oxygen-sensitive and sterile products.
Rests between the can and bag to exert pressure on the system and drive dispensing. The propellant can comprise a variety of compressed gasses (including ambient air), or volatile liquids.
When depressed, the actuator activates the valve, allowing product to flow from the pressurized package, often in a stream or mist, or, when combined with a viscous formula, a dollop or foam.
Holds package system under pressure.
Placing of valve and bag inside the can
Crimping and under-cap pressurizing
In-line pressure testing
Product filling into the bag and in-line target weight verification
Actuator and cap placement
In Consumer Healthcare, product packaging matters. It can help differentiate you in a sea of competitors, solidify your brand equity and even convey your commitment to quality through attention to detail. In response to market demand for flexible tube customization, we are proud to offer Design a Seal (DAS). DAS is a system that allows for custom shaping of sealed-end flexible tubes, resulting in consumer-friendly products that are as unique as the carefully crafted formulas within. All tooling is customized and designed specifically for your unique application.