Features of an excellent manufacturer of twist off lids
Who invented twist lids?
William Painter invented the crown bottle cap in 1892. Crown caps, both pry-offs and twist-offs, are still used today. Although bottled carbonated beverages were already popular by the 1880s, there was a constant problem with stoppers and bottle caps.
How are twist-off bottle caps made?
Screw caps are crimped onto the neck of the bottle the same way they are for pry-off caps. The bottle top has threads molded on, and the threads on the cap are formed by the crimping process.
Our 48mm Twist Off Lid features a rubber liner that helps to preserve the freshness of your products, whilst also preventing any leakage! It is vinegar and acid-proof. This cap would be suitable for use in a number of products, including fresh juices, preserves, and pickles.
Our metal closures are designed to provide a solution to meet a variety of customer needs. Metal provides both environmental and quality control benefits, and is infinitely recyclable – thereby minimizing companies’ carbon footprints. In addition, metal twist caps increase the overall shelf life of products and reduce waste
Our twist caps are manufactured and distributed quickly and efficiently, and we offer our customers competitive pricing. Our wide range of closures can help provide you with solutions In the food and beverage industry.
We offer a wide variety of metal lug caps, ranging from 38mm to 100mm in diameter, with different skirt depths available. We also offer continuous thread closures, as well as caps with PVCNI (PVC Non-Intent) compound lining, and most of our caps are available with an EZ grip, or fluted, profile. All of our closures are available in standard colors, and any closure can be further customized with unique printed designs to fit your product’s image.