The closure for this bottle features a patented "Push and Twist" opening function. The bottle is often used to fill electronic cigarettes. SecureCap closure meets the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) protocol for child-resistant closures. The CPSC requires CR packaging for over the counter or prescription products containing 0.08 milligrams or more of an imidazoline in a single package. The manufacturer of SecureCap has completed package and component testing, providing a ready-made solution for your product: USP 27 Extractable testing, USP 27 Light Transmission Testing, USP 32 Container Performance Testing for moisture vapor transmission rates (MVTR) CPSC Protocol & Title 16 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1700.2. The closure is designed to mimic that of the existing closure system and does not require a downward force to engage inner and outer components during application of the closure to the bottle, making it much more adult-friendly. In most cases, the closure can be applied utilizing existing capping equipment. In many cases, the design allows for the use of existing materials, minimizing the need for packaging stability testing.
- LDPE bottle
- Polypropylene cap
- Meets CPSC standards for child resistance
- Includes bottle, dropper tip & cap