An overview of the differences between the various bucket lids we offer

Standard Lid: This is a tamper-evident lid without a tear-tab, and has a 1.33" lip. The slotted lid provides tamper evidence. This lid also features a gaket that provides a secure seal, a recessed lid that provides stacking stability and a tapered design that allows for lid nesting.

Tamper Lid:
This lid has all of the features of our standard lid (above), and also includes a tear-tab design that provides ease of opening and tamper evidence. It has reinforcing ribs that provide stacking strength.

Reusable Lid:
This is a "peel-off" lid for convenient opening. This lid does NOT have a gasket, and has a .63" lip.

Lid with Spout:
This lid offers all of the features of our standard lid (above), and also includes a metal-rimmed pull-out pour spout.

Comparison Chart of Bucket Lids


Gasket Tear-tab Re-usable Nesting(Stackable)
Standard Lid x
x x
Tamper Evident Lid x x x x
Reusable Lid (Peel-Off)

x
Lid with Spout x
x x

Article Title:
An overview of the differences between the various bucket lids we offer
Article Summary:
Definitions of the various types of bucket lids we sell
Article Date:
4/4/2007
Article ID:
709
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