Scent permeation through induction-sealed closure liner


Tuesday, 12 June, 2018


Scent permeation through induction-sealed closure liner

A patent has been granted to US company Tekni-Plex for its Sniff Seal technology, which is the first liner to enable scent permeation through an induction seal closure liner without affecting the seal or compromising the contents.

This technology will enable consumers to experience a scent in the retail aisle without compromising the seal or the product contents. The technology is suitable for use in food, beverage, personal care and cosmetics.

Use of this technology will mean consumers can find what a product smells like in store without breaking the seal and hence compromising the product’s integrity and the tamper and/or pilfer evidence will remain in place.

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