The Comar SecureCap Child-Resistant Closure features a patented “push and twist” opening action for bottles and vials of liquid used to fill electronic cigarettes that cannot be easily removed by simply pulling or twisting it. Made exclusively in the U.S., the cap meets all Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) standards for child resistance.

“There have been a number of reported instances of children being accidentally poisoned by improperly packaged e-cigarette liquids,” says Rich Sica, Vice president of business development at Comar. “Once children take off the easy-to-remove cap and smell the sweet aroma, they are tempted to taste the contents.”

Available from Comar, SecureCap Child-Resistant Closure Packages are designed to be ideal for securely packaging e-cigarette liquids. The closure has a patented two-piece push and turn technology that provides maximum security and meets CPSC Protocol Title 16 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 1700.2 (Child Resistance Testing).

Comar SecureCap closures are not only fully child resistant but also senior friendly. Made of tough, durable polypropylene, they are compatible with most e-cigarette cartridges.

The SecureCap 15mm closure fits Boston Round bottles: 10mL, 15mL and 30mL. Comar also supplies bottles and tips molded of low density polyethylene (LDPE) for squeezability and maximum flexibility. In addition to its traditional tips, Comar is introducing an e-liquid tip that is long and narrow, designed specifically for use in filling and refilling e-cigarette cartridges.

SecureCap closures are available in seven colors: white, red, yellow, green, blue, orange and black. Designed to mimic existing closure systems, the closures do not require downward force to engage their inner and outer components during application of the closure to the bottle. In most cases, the closure can be applied utilizing existing capping equipment.

SecureCap closures accommodate industry standard bottle finishes and are also available in custom sizes and configurations. In many cases, the design allows for the use of existing materials, minimizing the need for additional testing of packaging stability.