The L238BPS is a black PP 70-400 ribbed skirt lid with pressure sensitive (PS) liner. This cap comes with a pressure sensitive (PS) liner. Pressure sensitive liners are made from foamed polystyrene. When the cap (with liner installed) is affixed to the bottle, the liner adheres to the bottle's landing/orifice. Before product can be dispensed, the lid must be removed and the PS liner peeled off and discarded. A tamper-evident seal is developed by fitting the lid, with liner installed, to the container, at room temperature. This lid is made of polypropylene (PP), which means it has a high heat tolerance level and an excellent resistance to fatigue. This closure fits a container with a 70-400 neck finish. The first number refers to the diameter of the container's opening (in mm). The second number refers to the thread/style/depth of the closure's skirt. Please read 5 seals and how they make perfect liners for your container for more information on liner types.
|Food Contact Acceptable|
|Diameter||2.856 in / 7.254 cm|
|Height||0.482 in / 1.224 cm|
|Label Dimensions||2.25 in (diameter)|
This information has been provided as a general guide. Please remember, it is your responsibility to test your product's compatibility with CPS packaging.
The L238BPS can be labeled. Please visit our Services page for more information on labels and application, or hiring a designer to assist you in creating artwork for your package. If you have additional questions about decoration options for the L238BPS, please order a free sample, talk to one of our customer care agents at 1-800-473-4144, or chat with us online.
Trim size: 2.25 inches (diameter), please keep all critical art at least 1/8 inch away from trim line.
Bleeds: Include 1/8 inch bleeds, and keep all critical art at least 1/8 inch away from trim line.
Color: Use CMYK color profile.
Acceptable file types: PDF, EMP, SVG. We prefer Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign PDF files. We also accept Adobe Photoshop and EPS files. We cannot accept doc, docx, xls, pub, jpg, tiff, png, or bmp files.
Requirements: Provide all fonts with file or convert fonts to outlines. Any placed raster images should be at least 300 dpi CMYK files. We also accept 300 dpi CMYK Photoshop files, but vector art will yield a superior print.
Working with SVG: Our templates are scalable vector graphics (SVG) files. Your art should be created with software that produces vector art, preferably Adobe Illustrator or Adobe InDesign. Additional vector programs include: CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X7, Corel Paintshop Pro X7, Serif DrawPlus, and Microsoft Visio 2013. There are also free download apps that produce vector art: Inkscape, GIMP, Kolourpaint.
Previewing SVG files: You can see what the template looks like by downloading the SVG template and opening it in any web browser (e.g. Explorer/Edge, Chrome, Safari, Firefox, etc). CAUTION: Your web browser WILL NOT display the template to scale. If you print the SVG from a browser, it will not be the right size. you must open the SVG file with software that produces vector art. Please see "Working with SVG files" (previous paragraph) for more information.
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Orders for less than $50 of product (not including freight) will be subject to a $10 small order fee. Please review our small order fee.
All the items we sell have never been used, however, order in full case quantities to reduce dust, dirt, and scuffing.
We purchase from multiple manufacturers, so some items may have minor variation in color or shape. Avoid this by ordering in full case quantities.
Please remember, you are responsible for testing your product with packaging for compatibility.