Part #: 30W09C

12 oz. Cone Top Can with 1-1/8" Beta Opening

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Part #: 30W09C
12 oz. Cone Top Can with 1-1/8" Beta Opening

The 30W09C is a 12 oz 1-1/8" beta cone top can. Also known as a pour top can, it has a cylindrical body and a tapered neck. Popular uses for cone top cans include automobile additives, paint thinners, solvents, brake fluid, and colorants.
*Caps and closures sold separately. -- Scroll down below to view recommended caps.
Any filling temperature above 130°F could create a vacuum in the container and cause side wall paneling.
Product Specifications
  • Quantity Qty Price
  • 1032 $1.430 ea.
  • 2064 $1.350 ea.
  • 4128 $1.270 ea.
  • Case Pack: 344 ea.
  • Pallet Pack: 5,504 ea. (16 Cases)
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Available for purchase in increments of 344.
Minimum quantity available is 1032.

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The 30W09C is a 12 oz 1-1/8" beta cone top can. Also known as a pour top can, it has a cylindrical body and a tapered neck. Popular uses for cone top cans include automobile additives, paint thinners, solvents, brake fluid, and colorants. The Cary Company offers closures for the 30W09C, such as lined caps and inner seals.

Key benefits:
  • Tapered neck and cylindrical body
  • Beta nozzle is drip-free
  • Contains 25% post-consumer recycled content and are 100% recyclable
  • Proudly Made in the USA

Disclaimer:

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.

Additional Information

Capacity 12 oz.
Color Silver
Material Tin
Dimensions 2-11/16" Dia x 4-7/16" H
Country of Manufacture
Case Pack 344 ea.
Pallet Pack 5,504 ea. (16 Cases)
Note: *Caps and closures sold separately. -- Scroll down below to view recommended caps.
Any filling temperature above 130°F could create a vacuum in the container and cause side wall paneling.
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