Manufactured child-resistant bottle caps help prevent the misuse of products by making it harder for children to gain access to pharmaceuticals, laboratory chemicals, and other sensitive contents. These locking medicine bottle caps come in a variety of sizes and colors that distinguish your products from others. High-quality caps can also reduce spillage and product waste, and can be fitted to many diverse bottles, containers, and other types of packaging.

What are Manufactured Child-Resistant Bottle Caps Made Of?

Many manufactured non-dispensing child-resistant caps are made from strong plastics like polypropylene (PP). PP has a high resistance to chemicals, which makes it a good choice for closures fitted to packaging that contains pharmaceuticals. Plastic is also shatter-resistant, helping prevent dangerous leakage or product loss during rougher transportation and handling. Plastic caps are 100 percent recyclable, and plastic products are typically cheaper to manufacture, making them an affordable packaging option. Plastic is also a lightweight material, which helps reduce packaging costs related to transportation.

How do Manufactured Non-Dispensing Child-Resistant Caps Work? 

Manufactured child-resistant screw top caps provide quick and easy closure. Some of them have ribbed sides for better gripping and handling. Many manufactured child-resistant caps require the user to push down and turn the top at the same time, and some stamp instructions for opening directly onto them. Choose from caps and closures with liners that further protect the integrity of your product, and prevent unwanted contaminants from altering contents. Liner options include protective foam, vinyl, or heat induction foil, which creates a tight seal.

Additional Services Provided by Berlin Packaging

Apart from warehousing, quality assurance, and supply chain management, Berlin Packaging offers additional services to help increase your profit and save you valuable time. They even provide financing options at a zero percent interest rate to minimize risk and maintain your credit lines.

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