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Liners serve a variety of purposes in packaging. Consider what a liner can do for your product:
- Prevent leaks
- Ensure consumer confidence
- Shelf-life extension
- Safety and security
- Active ingredients remain active
- Seals in factory freshness
- Prevents product contamination
- Retains aroma/fragrance
- Prevents product pilferage
From Pressure Sensitive Foam and Glue Bonded to Standard Reseal, Vented, Induction Seal and Conduction Seal, Mold-Rite has a liner to fit your needs. Providing a wide array of options, Mold-Rite partners with the industry’s top suppliers including:
Featuring reliable, innovative, quality products that cover a broad range of applications such as: food, pharmaceutical, agricultural chemical, beverage and cosmetics, Selig’s comprehensive range of both one piece (Uni-Gard™ and FoilSeal™), and two piece structures (Safe-Gard™ and FoilSeal™) give us the ability to meet the most demanding worldwide applications with one of their 600 customized aluminum foil / heat-seal combinations. In addition, their innovative products, such as Lift 'n' Peel™ and Top Tab™ , offer a ‘built in easy opening feature’ that provides greater convenience to the consumer while providing differentiation to the brand owners.
Tri-Seal is a leading global manufacturer of closure liners and seals for glass, metal and plastic containers. They serve a broad range of product applications including pharmaceutical, nutraceuticals, personal care, food/beverage and household/industrial. With eight plants across the globe–four in the United States and two each in Europe and Southeast Asia—their innovative products ensure that the contents of your packages are secure from contamination, leakage or loss of product efficacy.
Since 2011, M-Industries has been solving packaging problems for their customers in various markets around the world. Virtually every industry is affected by container paneling, bloating and product leakage. Sometimes bottle ingredients can cause a pressure imbalance. Organic compounds, for instance, generate carbon dioxide which makes a bottle bloat, whereas essential oils scavenge oxygen thereby making a bottle panel. Other times, filling methods are to blame. Hot-filling can cause bottles to panel as they cool, for example. Still other containment issues are due to transport or handling. Dropping a case of product can cause leakage or even container explosion, and leaving shipments in a hot truck or warehouse can wreak havoc with product containment as well.