Closures data-sheets (EC)

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EC1 - PILFERPROOF CLOSURES
01/06/1981 - Update 18/05/2018
EC1.02 - 26 MILLIMETRE CROWN CAP
20/06/2016 - Update 29/01/2019
Scope This data sheet gives specifications for the 26 millimetres intermediate depth crown cap, lined with a plastic gasket and designed to seal bottles conforming typically but not exclusively to ISO 12821 and ISO 12822 standards for pry-off and Cetie GME 14.01 & GME 14.02 for twist-off. ...
EC1.021 - 26 mm CROWN CORK: LINER PROFILES
01/06/2003 - Update 25/03/2020
EC3.01 - GOOD PRACTICES FOR THE USE OF SYNTHETIC STOPPERS
01/02/2008 - Update 18/10/2017
EC4.01 - ALUMINIUM SCREW CAPS FOR STILL WINE ON BVS TYPE GLASS FINISHES
14/10/2013 - Update 12/03/2020
Scope This data sheet gives specifications and dimensions for aluminium caps intended for still wine to be applied on BVS type glass finishes according to EN 16293 “Glass Packaging - Deep BVS finishes for “still wines” with redraw on application. For the purpose of this data ...
EC4.02 - ALUMINIUM SCREW CAPS FOR PRESSURISED LIQUIDS ON BVS TYPE GLASS FINISHES
01/02/2015 - Update 17/05/2018
Scope This data sheet gives specifications and dimensions for aluminium caps designed for BVS type glass finishes according to EN 16293 Glass packaging - Deep BVS finishes for still wines with redraw on application, for pressurised wines and other liquids to a maximum pressure of 2,5 bar at ...
EC4.03 - ALUMINIUM SCREW CAPS FOR STILL LIQUIDS ON BVP TYPE GLASS FINISHES
10/11/2015 - Update 20/05/2020
Scope This data-sheet gives both specifications and dimensions for aluminium caps designed for the glass finish according to the standard EN15543 – "Glass packaging. Finishes for bottles. Screw thread finishes for bottles for non-carbonated liquids", generally known as ...