Closure Systems International launches new closure for dairy beverages

By Jim Cornall contact

- Last updated on GMT

PolyCycle PCR is sourced from recycled milk jugs and other HDPE beverage containers. Pic: Closure Systems International
PolyCycle PCR is sourced from recycled milk jugs and other HDPE beverage containers. Pic: Closure Systems International

Related tags: Dairy, Packaging, closures

US company Closure Systems International has launched the 38D-KL closure for dairy beverages.

The company said the new product offers improved application performance and drop-down tamper evidence. 

The one-piece HDPE closure is designed to deliver reliable performance in cold-fill, ambient, and HPP applications.

The new 38D-KL allows for minimal changeover disruption in manufacturing facilities and is compatible with an HDPE and PET 3-lead finish, from single-serve to gallon sized packages.

In an effort to deliver a more sustainable product with reliable performance CSI said it now offers the new 38D-KL with up to 40% Post-Consumer Recycled (PCR) content made from its proprietary PolyCycle PCR resin.

PolyCycle PCR is sourced from recycled milk jugs and other HDPE beverage containers, providing an opportunity for closed loop packaging. Both the HDPE and the PolyCycle PCR version of CSI’s new 38D-KL closure are 100% recyclable.

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