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Why does the caps liner may have holes with vented heat induction liner?
Why does the caps liner may have holes with vented heat induction liner?

Bottle caps, liner, liners, vented heat, induction liner, opening caps, linear cover, moisture, seal

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Written by Gregory Papigny
Updated over a week ago

The holes on the top are on purpose as the cover is a vented linear cover. Unlike a pressure-sensitive seal, an induction liner creates a hermetic seal that blocks oxygen and moisture to preserve the quality of the product.This is designed for specific purposes related to product freshness, preservation, and safety. Here are some potential reasons for having linear holes or vents in the packaging:

  1. Freshness Preservation: The presence of linear holes allows the packaging to release excess air and gases, helping to preserve the freshness of the collagen powder. Oxygen and moisture can degrade the quality of certain ingredients over time, so proper ventilation can contribute to product longevity.

  2. Moisture Control: Adequate ventilation can help regulate moisture levels inside the packaging, preventing the collagen powder from clumping or becoming compromised due to humidity. This is particularly important for maintaining the powder's texture and preventing the growth of mold or bacteria.

  3. Pressure Regulation: Linear holes may help equalize pressure inside and outside the packaging. This can be crucial, especially if there are changes in altitude or temperature during transportation and storage.

  4. Safety Measures: In some cases, linear holes may serve as a safety feature. For instance, they can prevent the packaging from bursting or becoming damaged due to pressure differentials.

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