Comar Introduces SecureCap® QuarterLoc™ Child-Resistant Closure

VOORHEES, NJ | Comar introduces the new SecureCap® QuarterLoc™ child resistant closure, a one-piece push-and-turn bottle closure that requires only a quarter turn to apply or remove.

Existing two-piece child resistant closures require molding and assembly of two plastic components whereas the QuarterLoc™ closure is a single molded part. This reduction in part weight and assembly steps translates to component part savings and a sustainability story for manufacturers of over-the-counter and nutraceutical products.

Designed to be compatible with multiple products, the closure has passed the Consumer Product Safety Commission testing protocols for both child resistance and senior friendly performance.

For over-the-counter and nutraceutical product manufacturers, closure innovation has been challenged by CPSC compliance requirements for child resistant packaging and expectations to conform to industry standard capping equipment. The design of the SecureCap® QuarterLoc™ CR closure offers a cost effective solution since it is easily integrated into existing packaging lines and is both adaptable and scalable for multiple products.

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