Plasticum’s Cooper on shaped aerosol cans
Choosing for Cooper is choosing for user-convenience and good functionality. Deodorant needs to be consistent in terms of efficacy. The last years have been notable for the numbers of variants launched in the deodorant market. Consumers ask for added benefits, like no white marks , gentle on the skin , 24-hour effectiveness and so on. It is of great importance that all these variations within one product range can be sprayed consistently and satisfactorily. The clever mix of Cooper s design and material savings result into an optimised spray performance, both for deodorants as for anti-perspirants.
The Cooper technology has been developed and patented by Plasticum Group. The one-piece Cooper has a special chamber and channel design that stimulate the acceleration of particles into a swirling pattern. The orifice is positioned almost straight above the stem to gain an optimised control and performance when activating the aerosol.
As Cooper has an in-moulded spray nozzle and break-up unit, there is no need for a costly assembly line, making the Cooper not only economical, but also suitable for customised spray cap designs at low investments.
Plasticum can extend the Cooper range with different diameters and models, using the same technology. This makes the product suitable for different product applications and market segments. The favourable cost : quality ratio guarantees a very economical choice, yet without giving in on the looks.
Plasticum Ilkenhans GmbH
Plasticum Group is a leading European manufacturer of high-quality injection moulded plastic packaging products. Plasticum designs, develops and manufactures spray caps and actuators for the aerosol industry, pump systems, dispensing closures, tubes, nutrition packaging and wet wipes packaging. Customers are producers of multinational brands as well as private labels and contract fillers in the personal care, food, pharmaceutical and home care industries. Plasticum Group companies are located in Germany, the UK and the Netherlands. The headquarters are situated in Tilburg (NL).
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