Bottle 48 oz Gripped

Bottle 48 oz Gripped

Product Details

This 48 oz plastic spice bottle features a 89-400 neck finish. Though it's technically rectangular, the length and depth are so close, we include it in searches for square bottles. Its PET construction is both lightweight and impact resistant for a long shelf life. This jug has a pinch grip, allowing the user a sturdy grip. The square body makes it space-efficient for shelving and shipping. This wide-mouth canister has molded indentations on the sides,
Neck Finish: 89-400
Dimensions: H 177 mm x
Capacity: Standard 1395 ml, Overflow 1480 ml
Neck: T 89 mm, E 85.6 mm, I 83 mm, S 1.7 mm, H 15.4 mm
Fitment: No

Explanation of Neck Finish

The Glass Packaging Institute (GPI) and the Society of Plastics Industry (SPI) created a set of guidelines to establish standards for threading on containers.

    Neck Finishes

  • 400: 1 thread turn
  • 405: 1 thread turn but usually in glass
  • 410: 1.5 thread turns
  • 415: 2 narrow thread turns
  • 425: two thread turns but is most commonly found on smaller-capacity containers such as vials.
  • 430: 1 or 2 deeper than the uniform standard thread turns. This unique neck shape is known as a buttress and is designed to help the user pour product with better accuracy.
  • 485: neck finish are commonly found on glass Paragon jar. It takes 400 closures but it’s ideally suited for spice caps.

    Neck Dimensions

  • T Outside diameter of the thread.
  • E Outside diameter of the neck. The difference between the "E" and "T" dimensions divided by two determines the thread depth.
  • I Inner diameter of bottle neck. Specifications require a minimum "I" to allow sufficient clearance for filling tubes.
  • S The top of the neck to the top edge of the first thread.
  • H The height of the neck finish.