T4354 Packaging material element code

Code value Name Description Used in Sweden
ABSORBING_BLOTTER Absorbing blotter An absorbent piece of material for products, such as meat or fish, to absorb liquids such as blood or water.
APPLICATOR Applicator Device to facilitate the direct application of the product.
BASE Base to stand up vertically A general term applied to the support or pedestal of an object. X
BUNG_SEAL Bung seal 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. X
CAGE Cage/Muzzle A 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. X
CAP Cap A cap that seals a bottle or other form of packaging. X
CARRIER Carrier A device of various types attached to or hang from trolleys to support the load. X
COLLAR Collar Decorative element generally imprinted and placed on the neck of bottles.
CONSUMPTION_UTENSIL Consumption utensil An item which allows the user to extract and/or consume the content of a container or product (straws, spoons, ice cream stick). X
CORK Cork A small cylinder that is pushed into the packaging to close it. X
COUPLER Coupler A device for connecting parts of barrel, cask etc. X
DIVIDER_PROTECTOR Divider/Protector A component in packaging to serve as protecting the product and/or also the packaging shape. X
EDGE_PROTECTION Edge protection 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. X
FLAP Flap A piece of material, hinged or attached only on one side, that covers an opening or hangs down from the packaging. X
HANDLE Handle A grip attached to an object for using or moving the object, usually with the hands. X
LABEL Label 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. X
LID Lid 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. X
LINER Liner 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. X
LSST 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. X
MAIN_PACKAGE_TYPE Main package type The code to designate the material that pertains to the value defined in packageTypeCode. X
OTHER Other The value needed is not listed or is not defined within this list’s individual code values and definitions. Please send a work request into GS1 or your solution provider requesting the code you are searching for. X
PEG Peg A fastener which allows a product to be hanged. X
SLEEVE Sleeve A tubular form, open at both ends, that is slipped over an item or package. X
SPIGOT Spigot A small peg, plug or tapl, especially for insertion into the vent of a cask. X
TAB Tab A flexible cover which can be easily removed in order to open a container. X
TAG Tag A hanging card made of any material which is used to identify or provide additional information of a product. X
TAP Tap A device that controls the flow of liquid/gas. X
THREADED_SPINDLE Threaded spindle Device with a screw system that contains a lead the consumer can lower or raise the platform. Example: Deodorant with a twist mechanism to use the product.
WINDOW Window Transparent element affixed to a packaging to allow the consumer to see the product through it.
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