Jars are lightweight, strong and have an outstanding barrier. They are made with many different types of materials, sizes and neck finishes in a wide variety of colors with different decoration techniques. They are 100% recyclable. Learn More >
Jars are lightweight, strong and have an outstanding barrier. They are made in many different sizes and neck finishes in a wide variety of colors with different decoration techniques.
Anatomy of a Jar
Jars are made from many materials such as PET, PP, HDPE, PS and PVC. They are 100% recyclable. They are economical to ship and are unbreakable.
01 - General Information
A cover that contains the materials inside a jar, which can be lifted or removed.
Cap or Shive
A thin plug meant to block a wide mouth opening.
May include an inner double wall combined with an outer jar wall.
Thread or Finish
The length, diameter, and thread count of the mouth of the jar.
The height of the cap measure without the bottle.
Improves pourability and liquid settling.
Double wall jars may include an inner and an outer wall or base to provide greater stability.
The lower part of the bottle where the sidewalls turn from vertical to horizontal.
A flat surface for the jar to rest upon.
02 - Anatomy of an Airless Pump Jar
Airless pump jars work by creating a low-pressure zone or vacuum above your product. This low pressure causes the piston to ascend pushing your product through the dispenser where it can be applied.
Key Benefit: Airless pumps prevent your formula from being exposed to air and potentially oxidizing; As well as providing excellent protection from bacteria and outside contamination.