|Base to stand up vertically
|A general term applied to the support or pedestal of an object.
|Long sturdy piece of squared timber or metal used in house-building etc.
|A bung is an apparatus used to seal a container, such as a bottle, barrel or tube. A bung is partially inserted inside the container to act as a seal.
|Tap for Bag in box. Lifted for function.
|A cap that seals a bottle or other form of packaging.
|Can End 360
|A seal on a e.g. aluminum can where the entire lid can be removed
|A device of various types attached to or hung from trolleys to support the load.
|Champagne cork and cage - natural
|Known as a muselet, a wire cage that fits over the cork of a bottle of champagne, sparkling wine or beer to prevent the cork from emerging under the pressure of the carbonated contents. Made of natural materials.
|Champagne cork and cage - synthetic
|Known as a muselet, a wire cage that fits over the cork of a bottle of champagne, sparkling wine or beer to prevent the cork from emerging under the pressure of the carbonated contents. Made of synthetic materials.
|Reclosable cork with top. Opened by hand.
|An item which allows the user to extract and/or consume the content of a container or product (straws, spoons, ice cream stick).
|A tubular shape around which flexible material such as plastic film or paper are wound for purposes of transport and handling.
|Cork cylinders made of natural cork granules which have been joined together using synthetic or natural binding agents that are moulded into shape.
|Cork cylinders made of natural cork granules combined with food grade polymers, resins and binding agents that are moulded into shape.
|Coupling to brewery barrel, type A.
|Coupling to brewery barrel, type D.
|Coupling to brewery barrel, type G.
|Key k coupler
|Coupling to a barrel, type key keg.
|Coupling to brewery barrel, type M.
|Coupling to brewery barrel, type S.
|Coupling to brewery barrel, type S3.
|Coupling to brewery barrel, type U.
|A creel is a device for holding the required number of roving spools or other supply packages of reinforcement fibers for Fiber Reinforced Plastics manufacturing. This device holds the rovings in the desired position for unwinding in continuous processes like Pultrusion and Filament Winding.
|Closure of, e.g. glass bottles that need tools to open
|Crown ring pull
|Ring pull main feature is the easy to open mechanism being metal or plastic ring attached to the crown and lying flatly (parallel) to bottle neck. One opens the crown by pulling the ring and taking off the crown from the bottle mouth. No opening tool as bottle opener is required. A crown ring pull bottle cap is usually made of aluminium
|A right-angle piece placed over the outermost perimeter edges of a container to distribute pressure and prevent collapse or cutting from banding, strapping, or handling.
|A piece of material, hinged or attached only on one side, that covers an opening or hangs down from the packaging.
|Cork made of glass. Opened by hand.
|A grip attached to an object for using or moving the object, usually with the hands.
|Any container inside an outer container used to pack or transport e.g. dairy or meat products.
|An internal divider is an object, either flat or custom-shaped, used to separate the content of a container or to prevent the content from mixing.
|Integrated tap to brewery barrel
|The tap is integrated into the barrel, therefore does not require a coupling connector.
|A label is a piece of paper, polymer, cloth, metal, or other material affixed to a container or article (or printed directly upon it), which usually carries information about the article to which it has been attached.
|The product does not have a physical packaging, but rather is directly laser-marked in the product skin.
|In packaging, the top or bottom of a container, usually the part that closes the opening; may also be known as cap, over, or top.
|Inner Coating or liners
|An internal chamber within a container which separates the content of the container from the walls. Inner liners provide additional isolation and protection to the content of a container. Sometimes coatings of certain materials may be applied as an alternative to inner liners.
|LOE - Large Opening End
|A metal lid closure scored and has a tab when pulled, opens the container without dislodging the closure. The most common seal for aluminium cans.
|A small indentation or raised portion on the surface of a bottle, provided as an indexing means for operations such as multi-pass decoration or labeling.
|Lightning Stopper Swing-top (LSST)
|The LSST is a pin with a spring and a toggle lever principle, usually made of porcelain or plastic, with a sealing ring, mainly for closing bottles. Opening and closing can be done by hand as often as desired and does not require any aid such as a bottle opener. Also known as a flip-top.
|Product packaging suitable for its use in a microwave oven.
|Edges which allow items of the same size to be partially stacked within one another in any direction thus reducing the space required in order to stack them.
|Cork of natural materials. Need tools to open.
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|Peel-off Foil Lid
|Protective sleeve called a foil (commonly referred to as a "capsule") covering the top of commercially corked wine and protecting the cork.
|A fastener which allows a product to be hanged.
|Plastic screw cap with base
|These are plastic screw caps that also have a plastic base that is attached to the packaging. This system is attached to laminated cartons, brick packaging, etc. Some of the caps perforate the carton or base to allow liquids to flow.
|A flexible cover which can be easily removed in order to open a container.
|Tap for Bag in box. Press for function.
|A hollow circular band of material wound around itself.
|A permanent fastener which consists of a cylindrical shaft with a head on one end and tail which is deformed to fixate the rivet in place.
|A tubular form, open at both ends, that is slipped over an item or package.
|A spout is a protruding edge which allows the lifting and pouring of liquids contained within a container.
|Cork of synthetic materials. Need tools to open.
|Reclosable screw cap usually on e.g. PET bottles, wine bottles. Unscrewed by hand.
|Screw Cap Metal
|Metal cap that screws onto threads on the neck of a bottle, generally with a plastic sleeve down the neck to resemble the traditional wine capsule ("foil").
|Screw Cap Plastic
|Plastic cap that screws onto threads on the neck of a bottle, generally with a plastic sleeve down the neck to resemble the traditional wine capsule ("foil").
|Tap for Bag in box. Screwed for function.
|A small peg, plug or tap made of plastic, especially for insertion into the vent of a cask.
|A small peg, plug or tap made of steel, especially for insertion into the vent of a cask.
|A hanging card made of any material which is used to identify or provide additional information of a product.
|Twist off cap
|Twist off crown cap that can be screwed off by hand. Can be used on e.g beer.
|Wicker Outer Container
|An outer container made of wicker which is fitted to the bottle usually a little less than half way up from the bottom of the bottle and is used to hold, hang or support the bottle.
|A layer of any material which completely enclose a product. A wrap can have many purposes, from providing additional protection to an item to serving as a gift-wrap.