|Place of Origin:||China|
|Model Number:||Toothpaste Tube|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||50,000pcs|
|Packaging Details:||Inner bag and carton|
|Delivery Time:||30-35 days|
|Payment Terms:||Irrevocable LC at sight or TT in advance|
|Printing:||Offset Printing||Web Color:||Silver Web|
|Top Seal:||Aluminum Top Seal||Cap:||Flip Top Cap|
tooth paste tube
Transparent Shoulder ABL250/12 For Philips Toothpaste Tube With Smooth Flip Top Cap
Laminate is a composite material which forms the complete tube body of laminate tubes. Laminate consists of several PE layers (normally 3 -5 layers) with a barrier layer embedded in between. This barrier layer can be made of different materials, mostly of EVOH or aluminium. There are also laminates without barrier layer. Currently Sanying processes laminates in thicknesses between 220 µ and 425 µ.
EVOH is a so-called flavour barrier based on PE. It prevents that product can diffuse from the tube. In addition, this barrier prevents substances from outside to diffuse into the tube and to change or spoil the product by reacting with it.
EVOH offers good barrier properties for all common products like cosmetics creams or gels, food products, household chemicals, technical filling goods and oral care products.
Aluminium is used as a so-called flavour barrier in some laminates to prevent constituents of the product from diffusing from the tube. In addition, this barrier prevents substances from outside to diffuse into the tube and to change or spoil the product by reacting with it.
The aluminium layer is embedded between several PE layers. Aluminium offers the highest barrier quality. It is therefore suitable primarily for very aggressive and highly reactive filling goods, like depilatories or shaving creams, silicones, OTC products and perishable food.
▶ Offset Printing
Main printing method is dry offset which enable printing up to 8 colors with gloss, semi-matt and matt finish. We have our ink preparation which give us possibility to meet any color required by customer. In area of graphic preparation we work with external partners to develop designs in line with customer needs.
▶ Silkscreen Printing:
Sanying has all the required contemporary art facilities for screen printing since it is the most preferred compared to other processes such as dye sublimation or inkjet printing because of its low cost and ability to print on many types of surfaces. Screen printing, silk screening or serigraphy is a printing technique that creates a sharp-edged image using a stencil. A screen print or serigraph is an image created using this technique. Screen printing is preferred due to the ability to print on diverse background substrates.
▶ Hot Stamping
The Hot Foil Stamping process is a thermal bonding technique that results in the permanent adhesion of stamping foil to the target surface. Sanying has modern facilities for this highly ornamental and sophisticated process, whereby a metallic foil is applied to the printing substrate through a heated die (also referred to as ‘Foil Stamping’ or ‘Foil Blocking’). Hot Foil Stamping is a type of film that is widely used for creating a decorated sheet, which is then applied to plastic, wood, leather and paper. Hot stamping foil is available in a wide range of unique dimensions, colours and patterns.
|Cap Type:||Stand-Up Cap|
Flowerpot Flip Top
|Orifice:||3 / 4 / 5 / 7,4mm|
|Top Seal:||Al / PE|
|Additional Info:||This specification concerns our standard program. We can offer you many other possibilities which we would gladly discuss with you individually.|
★Full Offset Printing:
With our full offset printing tube we can provide you with the possibility of doing away with one of the last arguments against the laminate tube – the unprinted seam. Thanks to the use of this technology, the seam is simply printed with the rest of the tube, and the usual overlapping is almost completely done away with.
By contrast with similar technologies presented previously on the market, with our tube the complete wide range of possibilities for refinement can be combined, such as matt tubes, spot coatings, screen prints, blocking and embossing, etc.
And by contrast with other “inked-in seam” technologies for laminate tubes, we made the deliberate decision to print the tube directly on the surface using conventional processes (letterpress or flexographic, optionally in combination with screen printing or blocking and embossing). This also includes consideration of the most important factor – the cost. This is because there is no additional production step required, and the printing is no more complex in scale than with our normal laminate tubes. The very minor additional costs are due solely to the slightly lower cycle numbers in the tube manufacturing process.
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