The threads in the neck and the dimensions of the neck decide the size of the closure to be use. So we must have a clear idea about the neck finishes. There are some common S.P.I specifications which must be considered
“H” dimension: High end of door. This is measure from the top of the neck to the point where the “T” diameter is extend down across the shoulder.
“S” dimension: Measured from above, finishes up the first thread. Size “S” is a key factor that determines the orientation of the closure to the bottle and the level of involvement of the thread between the bottle and the lid.
“I” Dimension: Inner diameter of bottle neck. Specifications require a minimum of “I” to provide enough space to fill the tube. Less bushings that can be lock with gaskets or gaskets, plugs and measuring equipment require a controlled “I” dimension to fit.
“T” dimension: Outside thread diameter. The tolerance range “T” determines the position between the bottle and the lid.
“E” dimension: Outside door diameter. The difference between the two dimensions “E” and “T” determines the thread depth.
Passage Overseas delivers comprehensive Pharmaceuticals tear off caps, HDPE Bottles, Pharmaceuticals flip off caps, Pharmaceuticals ROPP caps, Plastic ROPP, Pharma Containers, pharma child lock caps, pharma continuous thread Caps, Wine, Liquor, Rum, Whiskey, Spirits & also Beverages bottle long neck CSD caps.
Also Beverages bottle short neck caps, Lug caps, Crown Caps, Vinegar Caps. Above all If you need any listed packaging industry specialist for the best quality products & specified specifications of your requirement. Contact us here, or call +91 80855-99091(whatsapp/viber) or +91 7389715797 or mail us to email@example.com today for a free, no-obligation impact assessment.
Also Our Major clients are Poland, Croatia, Austria, Belgium, Ukraine, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Malta, Czechia, Denmark, Romania, Hungary. Also The Gambia, Sierra Leone, Chad, Eswatini, Djibouti, Burundi, South Sudan, Reunion, Equatorial Guinea, Lesotho, Republic of The Congo etc.