Library unique worldwide : Data-sheets and guidelines newly revised dedicated to the metallic screw capping sector!

Par Cetie
Le 01/04/2020
Cetie library enriches its collection dedicated to the metallic screw capping sector for 2020:

The best & unique collection ever of technical data-sheets and guidelines dedicated to the metallic screw capping sector.
 

GUIDE N° 2 - METALLIC SCREW CAPPING FOR NON-CARBONATED LIQUIDS, FOODSTUFFS AND PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS ON BVP TYPE GLASS FINISH GUIDE

Scope
This guide concerns the screw capping of non-carbonated beverages and products with a metallic tamper-evident closure which needs to be snapped before it can be opened. Bottles may also be fitted with an in-bore insert to control the pour or re-fillability. This guide does not concern closures with a threaded plastic insert. Typical beverages and products are (non-exhaustive list): alcohols spirits non-carbonated mineral waters non-carbonated soft drinks syrups and fruit juices some pharmaceutical products It is not recommended to use this capping for hot filled products or products subjected to heat treatment after sealing. It is important to stress that this guide does not concern the screw capping of wines with closures which are re-formed during application.

Download the document(s) : Guide_2 (EN)
Created 01/01/2006
Status Published document
Edition Revision I
Published on 11/03/2020
 

N° 6 - METALLIC SCREW CAPPING FOR STILL WINES ON BVS TYPE GLASS FINISH - WITH REDRAW GUIDE

Scope
This Guide gives information on good practice for bottling still wine with an aluminium screw caps on a BVS type glass finish according to EN 16293, with redraw of the cap on application. For the purposes of this Guide wine is considered to be "still" with a CO2 content < 1.2 g CO2/l (as defined in EN 16293) The Guide defines: The functions of the closure and its limits, The specifications of each of the components in relation to each other, to fulfil the global functions within determined limits. Note that possible defects of applied closures and troubleshooting methodology are described in Cetie Bottling Guide n°11.

Download the document(s) : Guide N°6 (EN)
Created 01/01/2007
Status Published document
Edition Revision II
Published on 11/03/2020
 

N° 9 - METALLIC SCREW CAPPING FOR PRESSURISED WINES & OTHER BEVERAGES ON BVS TYPE GLASS FINISHES - WITH REDRAW

Scope
The contributions and collaboration between the interested parties, ready to share knowledge and technical experience, enable Cetie members to considerably reduce development risks and associated costs through establishing mutually approved standards and consensual best practice. Moreover, developments which are too often hindered by a siloed organisation within companies can be speeded up through this approach. Our new publications highlight the accomplishments and challenges of the Cetie group gathering metallic screw caps, glass containers, sealing systems manufacturers, as well as the bottler.

Download the document(s) : Guide N°9 (EN)
Created 01/01/2016
Status Published document
Edition Revision I
Published on 11/03/2020


And to complete the metallic screw capping bottling's guildeines and technical data-sheet's collection, find the following document previously published:
 

GUIDE N°11 - METALLIC SCREW CAPPING DEFECTS - IDENTIFICATION AND CORRECTION

Scope
This document identifies the principal defects which may occur with "Roll-On Pilfer-Proof" aluminium screw type closures and outlines methodology to orient corrective action. It applies to all different ROPP types for both still and pressurised liquids, with and without redraw, on glass finishes designed for this application (BVP, BVS, MCA, etc.).

Download the document(s) : GUIDE N°11 (EN)
Created 11/02/2017
Status Published document
Edition First edition
Published on 15/03/2017
 

EC4.01 - ALUMINIUM SCREW CAPS FOR STILL WINE ON BVS TYPE GLASS FINISHES

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 sheet, still wine is defined as in EN 16293, as a carbonation level < 1,2 g CO2/l and overpressure from CO2 < 1 bar. It concerns the cap before application with generic information on liner characteristics, but does not specify liner type, for which several alternatives are available according to customer preference and the characteristics of the filled product. It does not cover caps for shallow finishes, only available for "BVP" type closures as given in Cetie specification EC 4.03.

Download the document(s) : EC4.01 (EN) 
Created 14/10/2013
Status Published document
Edition First edition
Published on 01/07/2017
 

EC4.02 - ALUMINIUM SCREW CAPS FOR PRESSURISED LIQUIDS ON BVS TYPE GLASS FINISHES

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 20°C (max 4 bar in service). Higher carbonation levels require specific conditions to agree between the filler and the cap supplier. Only long skirt caps are considered in accordance with current practice at the time of writing. Note that as stated in this standard, the use of this finish for wine with a CO2 content > 1,2 g CO2/l. is subject to prior agreement between the cap supplier, the glassmaker and the filler. It concerns the cap before application with generic information on liner characteristics. It does not specify a liner type, for which several alternatives are available according to the requirements of the product and customer preference. It does not cover caps for shallow finishes, only available for "BVP" type closures which cannot be used for pressurized beverages. It does not cover short skirt BVS capsules which are practically not used in pressure applications.

Download the document(s) : EC4.02
Created 01/02/2015
Status Published document
Edition First edition
Published on 18/07/2017


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