The 68WV38 is a 38mm (38-400) white polypropylene (PP) plastic child resistant cap with an Embossed F-217® 3-ply Co-extruded Foam Liner. This liner is embossed (Semi-Vented) to permit atmospheric equalization. This cap features embossed pictorial directions on the top surface of the cap, ideal for storing potentially harmful substances. The Embossed F-217 liners are highly compressible and resilient; thus recommended as a sealing liner for packaging household, cosmetic, liquor, drug, food, and other products. These caps are Certified CR via Title 16 part 1700.
Child Resistant Closures
In the highly regulated pharmaceutical market, reliable child resistant closures are essential. These child resistant closures safely secure your product while ensuring compliance with rigorous protocol testing to meet Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) standards. These caps are ideal for Automotive, Household Chemicals, Nutraceuticals, and Pharmaceutical industries.
Cap Liner Type:
F-217® .035” 3-Ply Co-extruded Foam Liner Composition
The F-217 liner is a three-ply co-extruded white liner consisting of a closed cell foam produced from low-density polyethylene (LDPE) faced with solid LDPE on both sides. The opaque white outer skins create a high-quality visual aesthetic. The inner foam core creates a compressible yet resilient product allowing it to create a good seal with the container. 3-ply foam liners have become the industry standard due to their all-purpose compatibility, resilient, compressible seal, cleanliness (no pulp dust) and economy. 3-ply liners are taste and odor resistant, and have a low moisture transmission rate, meaning they prevent moisture from entering the bottle and affecting products. (This liner does not create an airtight seal.)
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is a tough plastic that has good chemical resistance. PP is translucent in its natural state but can have a glossy finish when produced with color. Some examples of common products made with PP are dairy and medication containers. Polypropylene is suitable for hot fill applications of up to 165°F and is therefore great for autoclaving. It is not recommended for cold or sub-freezing temperatures. The Cary Company has an assortment of polypropylene plastics available for purchase, such as plastic caps and jars, which have a higher tolerance for chemical products.
This information has been provided as a general guide. It is the customer's responsibility to select the proper container for product and application compatibility.