The closure for this bottle features a patented "Push and Twist" opening action. 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 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