Specifications
The 68WW34 is a 33mm white smooth sided cap with pressure sensitive liner. This closure is made of polypropylene and fits our 33-400 bottles and jars. Pressure sensitive liners create an actual seal which provides an extra level of protection. They are best for dry products and can at times, work with thick liquids such as creams and sauces. Generally, these liners are not recommended for liquids and oils. The Cary Company offers accessories for the 68WW34 such as extra liners, shrink bands and more.

Cap Liner Type:

Pressure Sensitive Liner (PS-22 .020” Polystyrene Foam Liner - Printed)
Imprinted with “Sealed for Your Protection” in Black.
Structurally similar to a foam liner, pressure sensitive liners have adhesive on one side, designed to stick on to the rim of a container. When a container is closed and pressure is applied to the cap (and in turn, the liner), the adhesive becomes activated, which creates a seal. Pressure sensitive liners provide an extra level of protection in that it actually creates a seal that sticks to the rim of the bottle. Pressure seals are not considered a form of tamper evident seal. They do not work well with liquids, especially oils. They can, at times, work with thick liquids such as creams and sauces.
PS22 .020" Pressure Seal Liner Data Sheet

Material:

Polypropylene PlasticPolypropylene (PP) 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.

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. The Cary Company does hereby disclaim any and all warranties, expressed or implied, including any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose or use. We are not responsible for consequential damages arising from customer's selection and use of containers, container and label dimensions, and/or closures supplied by us.

Additional Information

More Information
Neck Width 33 mm
Neck Finish 33-400
Cap Liner PS22 .020 Pressure Seal Polystyrene Foam Printed Liner
Color White
Material PP
FDA Approved Yes
Dimensions 1.276" x 0.388 " (32.41 x 9.86 mm) - Outside
Case Pack 4,000 ea.
Pallet Pack 140,000 ea. (35 Cases)
Case Weight 22 lbs.
Case Dimensions 21" L x 14" W x 13" H
Note: ** Pressure sensitive liners are not considered a form of tamper evident seal.
Q & A
Customer Questions
Can you ship internationally? Where are you located?
The Cary Company online ordering platform is only set up to ship within the United States. For international shipments, please contact us at 630.629.6600 or Sales@thecarycompany.com, and we will be happy to process your order. Our main warehouse and office are located in Addison, Ill. We also have warehouses in across the United States that you can see here. Thank you for choosing The Cary Company.
Which styles do continuous threaded caps come in?
CT caps come in smooth top/smooth side, smooth top/ribbed side, matte top/ribbed side, and vented styles.
What’s the benefit of using this continuous threaded cap?
CT caps are widely used across industries due to its sleek look, great grip and easy use when opening and closing. Its wide surface allows for an ideal platform for labeling.
What type of containers are often paired with continuous threaded caps?
Continuous threaded caps can be used with various industries and numerous sized containers anywhere from small glass vials to industrial F-style containers. Compatible containers are listed (though not limited to) under the related items section of the product page.
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