BS EN 16594:2014 - Packaging. Rigid plastic containers. PET finish 26/22 (12,0)

BS EN 16594:2014

Packaging. Rigid plastic containers. PET finish 26/22 (12,0)

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : November 2014



This European Standard specifies the design and dimensions of the 26 mm screw finish with three thread starts for flat waters and non-carbonated beverages.

This finish can be used for aseptic filling and filling with nitrogen charge (internal overpressure inferior to 1 bar max).

The dimension (12,0) is the height in millimetres from the top of finish to the bottom of the support ledge.

This finish is designed to accept a tamper evident plastic closure only. During first opening, the tamper evident band will separate from the closure shell and remain on a one way bottle neck or like bottles in the returnable market the tamper evident band will tear but will remain connected to the closure shell.

Standard NumberBS EN 16594:2014
TitlePackaging. Rigid plastic containers. PET finish 26/22 (12,0)
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date30 November 2014
Confirm Date23 October 2020
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 16594:2014
Draft Superseded By13/30280384 DC
DescriptorsVolume, Plastics, Buckets (containers), Leak tests, Bottles, Performance testing, Containers, Jars, Closures, Seals, Packages
Title in FrenchEmballage. Récipients en plastique rigide. Bague PET 26/22 (12,0)
Title in GermanVerpackung. Formstabile Kunststoffbehälter. PET-Verschlussmundstück 26/22 (12,0)
ISBN978 0 580 82403 6
File Size973 KB

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