Two highly different products with a common denominator: perfect combination of technological evolution and respect of the environment.
ENOPLASTIC presents its latest two pieces of innovation: two highly different products with a common denominator: their perfect combination of technological evolution with respect of the environment.
- DERMA: material standing as an alternative to traditional polylaminated for caps making;
GREENLEAF: safety caps that stands out as the eco-friendly evolution of traditional screw caps 30×60.
Unquestionably, DERMA is the best solution to improve technical features of caps and reduce environmental footprint. After all testing on the material before its being processed, ENOPLASTIC has tested it in the bottling plants of some customers. It used DERMA to produce customer’s usual caps, while maintaining their own features such as height, conic shape, and customized design. The result has then exceeded expectations the caps produced with DERMA evidenced better “adherence” to the bottle neck than the same caps but made in traditional polylaminated, and thickness tolerance has been slightly reduced thanks the innovative production processes.
GREENLEAF safety caps have been created as the alternative to traditional screw cap 30×60, perfect for a market increasingly committed to reducing its environmental footprint and always looking for possibilities of customization and decoration.
The production of GREENLEAF caps has cut aluminium requirements by 64% than for traditional screw caps 30×60, and in general materials are reduced by 47%.
In addition to this, glass recycle is simpler, and space for handling and logistics is reduced by more than one third, meaning that 160 boxes are needed to handle and store 200,000 traditional screw caps, whereas just 47 are enough in case of GREENLEAF caps. It will also be possible to customized GREENLEAF at dramatically reduced costs in comparison with traditional screw caps 30×60.
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