This tamper-evident closure with the item code TCB45B2A001-200 belongs to the category pourer caps. The CPR closure 29.4 is perfect for the Miron for oil bottles Pollux (CPR) 100 up to 500 ml. The cap is simply screwed onto the bottle by hand, the tamper-evident band will then need to be broken to be removed, the pouring insert is inserted into the bottleneck when the cap is placed onto the bottle and helps control the flow of the product within. A tamper-evident band or security ring serves as a tamper-resistant or tamper-evident function to a screw cap, lid, or closure. It is a plastic or metal structure around the circumference of the closure that is found attached below a closure in bottles, jars, and tubs. Tamper evident caps and tamper-evident closures give consumers confidence in the product you are producing by assuring that it's safe for use. Tamper-evident caps are the best way to have that assurance. If the seal or ratchet on a tamper-evident cap is broken, it indicates tampering. Tamper-evident lids also help to keep out contaminants that may end up in otherwise poorly sealed products during transport, storage, and display. Liquid products that are hard to handle because of their dispensing characteristic, like olive oil, is a perfect example of using a reducer. The reducer narrowing the gaping wide opening of the bottle making the bottle suitable for pouring small doses of the product. This pourer makes it easy to dose your liquids and gives you better control over pouring.
At Miron we offer a total packaging solution. We offer corresponding closures, like these pourer droppers, with our unique biophotonic Miron glass.