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Peel n Pour systems are designed for containers of liquids, powders, flaky products, and oral solid dose items requiring flow control.

December 6, 2022

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An alternative to conventional plastic press-in orifice reducers, dispensing liners with a convenient peel-tab design developed by TekniPlex Consumer Products simplify dosing for a variety of liquid, powder, and solid products. The Peel n Pour product offers strong induction seals to prevent product leaks and custom orifice sizes to reduce product flow by as much or as little as a brand owner specifies. The fully customizable peel-tabs allow for easy removal while maintaining tamper-evidence and preventing product spoilage, said TekniPlex.

Peel n Pour systems are suited for an array of products that require flow control, from personal care and cosmetics to pharmaceutical applications. Liquids, powders, flaky goods such as spices, and oral solid dose items like pills or gummy vitamins can all benefit from both flow control and leak prevention with the added benefit of a hermetic seal, said TekniPlex.

Peel n Pour can seal with all bottle types and substrates, including high-density polyethylene, polypropylene, PET, and glass, and is printable. Eliminating the need for separate plastic orifice reducers also allows brand owners to reduce production costs and simplify sourcing demands, according to TekniPlex.

“Controlling product flow can be an overlooked benefit whose value is important because it significantly impacts consumer product experiences,” said DeAnn Umland, Vice President & General Manager, Integrated Performance Solutions, Americas, TeknixPlex Consumer Products. “The ability to dispense only the desired amount of high-leverage products reassures consumers that they are less likely to waste product and more likely to keep the remaining product free of contaminants. How consumers use a product is a crucial aspect of its overall success, and Peel n Pour’s dual benefits of dosing and leak prevention can tangibly heighten consumer experiences,” said Umland.

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