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More and more wall paints are being packed in metal tin packaging. Stability, suitable for tinting machines, and airtight, is becoming more important for tin packaging for the top segment of wall paints. Colours of wall paints are more often than not mixed in a tinting machine. That is why easy opening and closing of the packaging is very important. Tin packaging is the ideal solution in this market.
Our tin packaging for wall paints have a wide opening for use with a paintroller and a metal grid directly from the packaging. Rectangular and round wall paint packaging are available.
The tin can packaging Can Decors is available with lid (latch ring) in de capacities of 2½ , 3, 4, 5 and 6 litres. With tulp lid, Can Decors is available in 11 or 16 litres.
Wall paint packaging needs to be increasingly distinctive, and that is now possible with our new rectangular packaging. Our tins are large enough for use with even the largest paintroller. The tins can have an inner coating so water-based wall paints can be packaged without problems.
Skins can form with plastic packaging, but the tin packaging makes that a thing of the past. There are numerous decoration possibilities with respect to the traditional wall paint packaging.
The lid can be closed quickly and simply by pushing all corners evenly. It is easy to open and reclose the lid. The tins are great for nesting, due to a recess in the lid.
The advantages of the rectangular shape are clear: efficient use of shelving space, and the possibility of printing on extremely large surfaces of the packaging.
The latest printing techniques make this rectangular tin packaging an immediate asset in our collection of wall paint packaging.
The French market has already found many uses for the tin.
Wall paints must be well packaged, preferably without forming a skin and definitely without remnants of paint falling back into the tin.
The packaging must also be wide enough for wide wall paintrollers to be used. Opening and closing the packaging easily (for paint tinting purposes) is also a prerequisite for tinting machine operators. After all, in the professional sector it is the tinting machine operators who have to open many containers in a short time. It goes without saying that the packaging must be sturdy enough for the paint shaker.
For years, most wall paints have been packaged in plastic buckets; often the difference between the top and bottom of the wall paints is difficult to make out, due to the uniformity.
For some time now we have been offering tin packaging that meets all the requirements anyone can make of packaging for wall paints.
The advantages of tin packaging become very clear: the packaging can have attractive printing, it is stable and can be opened and closed many times without any loss of quality in the paint.
The tin packaging can also be emptied totally, without any remnants staying behind. It is very simple to open and close the tin, without the quality of the closure diminishing. The lid is sturdy and can be pressed on simply; it attaches itself firmly in a kind of tulip ring on the inside. That explains the name: tulip tin.
The bottom of the tin has a gold finish to prevent corrosion, and the lid is coated white on the outside. A high-quality coating on the inside can handle water-based paints.
In other words: packaging that makes your wall paints stand out, packaging of superior quality. The end user, the painter, will be happy with this product: no skin formation and no bits in the paint. So will the tinting machine operator, whose work will become easier: a lid that opens and closes easily, and no paint under the rim any more.
Currently this pail is being used mainly for the more expensive sector of wall paints (water-based and synthetic) in England and Scandinavia.
The tulip tin lid can be pressed on simply; it attaches itself firmly in a kind of tulip ring on the inside. That is why it is called a tulip tin. The lid is sturdy, but still easy to open and close. A lug lid or lid with latch ring is not necessary.