How is aerosol packaging produced?
Each of us has aerosol products (also known as spray products) at home. Thanks to this type of packaging, they can be easily used. Such products usually have a long shelf life, which is directly influenced by the quality of their packaging. Usually, when shopping, we come across aerosols that are made of aluminum or steel. However, not everyone knows how such packaging is made.
The process of making aerosol cans
The process of making aerosol cans can be complicated. The level of difficulty depends on the number of parts from which they are made. The first type are one-piece cans, which are made by stamping the can from one piece of sheet metal. Such a product is relatively the most durable as it can maintain a pressure of 45 bar. The cans, which consist of two parts, are obtained by connecting the sidewall with the bottom and the lid. The production of three-piece cans is the most complicated. The sheet metal from which they are made is first covered with varnish and paint, i.e. decoration. The body of the product is created by rolling the sheet and then welding its edges. In the case of three-piece packages, the bottom and the lid are manufactured separately. After extruding them from the previously cut pieces, you can proceed to join all the elements. They are made in such a way that they are interlocked, which requires the use of a double overlap.
Advantages of metal aerosol cans
The production of cosmetic packaging is very extensive. Cosmetic bottles or jars are only a small part of our assortment. Each type of cosmetic packaging has specific advantages and allows you to store cosmetics with a specific consistency or properties. However, metal packaging stands out here in a special way. They store deodorants or other cosmetics due to their mechanical strength, which in turn allows for very high pressure. In addition, they are also resistant to damage, for example, they are not damaged when dropped. In addition, they are light, so you can store all kinds of substances in them, so that their use is virtually universal.