We’ve seen a large number of companies switching from traditional rigid packaging to flexible pouches for liquid products, such as health and beauty items, chemical solutions, oils, and lubricants. If you are considering changing to flexible packaging for your product, be sure to consider the following factors to ensure a successful outcome.
During pouch converting, there’s a risk of facing a potential leakage. Typically, you should use a pouch sealing method that ensures maximum strength of the seals, helping you prevent leaks in specific areas of the pouch.
Some pouch shapes may result in the folding of the flexible packaging film. This issue may ultimately lead to fractures and leaks. To avoid this problem, you should work with a pouch supplier to design practical pouch prototypes to ensure that structural stability is intact while not compromising on the convenience and ease of use.
Spouts and Fitments
Spouts and fitments are the two most significant elements that affect the functionality of flexible pouches. A wide range of spouts and fitments are available in the market today to add to the convenience of the pouches for the end-user. These materials allow you to add unique features to your pouches, including hassle-free opening and reclosing, child safety, tamper evidence, one-handed dispensing, and controlled pouring.
When you keep these factors in mind during the development phase, producing flexible pouches for liquid products will become easier, safer, and more convenient. Liquipak has decades of experience in designing flexible packaging for liquids. We provide solutions for many industries, including detergent, CBD oil, pharmaceutical, dental, cosmetics, first aid, and automotive aftermarket flexible packaging. Please contact us to learn more about how we can help your business