|An absorbent piece of material for products, such as meat or fish, to absorb liquids such as blood or water.
|Device to facilitate the direct application of the product.
|Base to stand up vertically
|A general term applied to the support or pedestal of an object.
|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.
|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.
|A cap that seals a bottle or other form of packaging.
|A device of various types attached to or hang from trolleys to support the load.
|Decorative element generally imprinted and placed on the neck of bottles.
|An item which allows the user to extract and/or consume the content of a container or product (straws, spoons, ice cream stick).
|A small cylinder that is pushed into the packaging to close it.
|A device for connecting parts of barrel, cask etc.
|A component in packaging to serve as protecting the product and/or also the packaging shape.
|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.
|A grip attached to an object for using or moving the object, usually with the hands.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|Main package type
|The code to designate the material that pertains to the value defined in packageTypeCode.
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|A fastener which allows a product to be hanged.
|A tubular form, open at both ends, that is slipped over an item or package.
|A small peg, plug or tapl, especially for insertion into the vent of a cask.
|A flexible cover which can be easily removed in order to open a container.
|A hanging card made of any material which is used to identify or provide additional information of a product.
|A device that controls the flow of liquid/gas.
|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.
|Transparent element affixed to a packaging to allow the consumer to see the product through it.