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Tin bottle 500 ml UN pull-out spout

D=80mm/H=125mm. Tin bottle 500 ml made of tinplate, inside and outside blank. UN-Approval for dangerous goods! Inclusive pull-out spout closure with tamper-evident seal, optionally also with child-proof lock.

Art.No.: 11200027
Art.No. (old): 112080125A3

ab 1,30 € *

Packing Unit Amount / Packing Unit Price per piece Price / Packing Unit
Packet 114 1,62 € * 184,63 € *
Pallet 1120 1,30 € * 1.451,11 € *
Pull-out spout closure 42 mm red
Pull-out spout closure 42 mm red child-proof lock
Volume: 500 ml
Diameter: 80 mm
Height: 125 mm
Dia. opening: 42 mm
Inside lacquering: no
Outside lacquering: no
Stackable: no
Approval for dangerous goods: yes, UN-certified

Cylindrical Tin bottles/ Flat-top bottles made of tinplate – Metal packaging with UN-Approval for dangerous goods! The metal bottles are used in the chemical-technical industry as well as in the food industry: for alcohol as well as thin fluid solvent-based filling products (VOC), but also brake fluids, engine oils, thinners, hardeners, glazes and cooking oils.

  • All Tin bottles are made of tinplate (tinned sheet steel). Cans made of tinplate without an appropriate inside coating are not suitable for water-containing filling goods or moist storage/handling. Contact with water or moisture can lead to rust.

  • The Tin bottles are inside and outside blank.
  • All Tin bottles are suitable for food.
  • The Tin bottles are delivered with extricable red 42 mm pull-out spout closures with tamper-evident seal, optionally also available with child-proof lock.
  • The spout closures will be pushed in after filling, either by hand or machine.
  • After pressing in the spout closures our Tin bottles ensure optimal residual emptying and reclosability through the screwtop on the closure.

  • Tin bottles with UN-Approval for hazardous/dangerous goods UN 1A1/Y/250/.../A/MPA 187/P

(Number embossed on the container)!

Due to the different fillings on the market and their individual composition, we cannot confirm absolute suitability for respective fillings. It is the responsibility of the user/bottler of the packaging to determine and confirm the suitability for the respective filling in advance.

The actual suitability of the chosen packaging can only be properly ascertained by performing your own preliminary tests! The specified range of use for this article represent a rough classification based on the legal requirements!