About 80 per cent of the world’s production still goes into the cosmetics sector but due to its outstanding functionality the share of aluminium aerosol cans is growing year on year in other markets.
- Personal Care : Deodorant, Eau de Toilette, Hair and Body care.
- Beauty products: Serum, Makeup, Moisturizing Cream, Self Tanning.
- Pharmaceutical: Analgesics, Antiseptics, Nasal and Ear Hygiene, Vitamin complex, Repellents.
- Household: Sanitizers, Air Fresheners, Essential Oils, Cleaning, Lens Care, Hearing Devices.
- Food: Vegetable Oils, Whipped Cream, Pancake Batter, Egg Glazing.
- Automotive: Lubricants, Tyre Repair, Liquid Snow Chains, Car Care.
- Fire Extinguishers.
The monoblock manufacturing process provides excellent barrier properties.
Due to their excellent material and barrier properties aluminium aerosol cans are suitable for use with all types of propellants and formulations.
Depending on the formulation, cans may be partially uncoated, have a protective inner coating or use a bag-on-valve system.
They can be stored and transported in complete safety ensuring safe handling along the entire supply chain.
Lightweight, Strong & Infinitely Recyclable
Aluminium is not consumed, it is used. About 75 per cent of all aluminium ever produced is still in the material loop today.
Aluminium aerosol cans are environmentally friendly; up to 95 per cent less energy is used to produce secondary aluminium than is used to produce primary aluminium reducing its carbon footprint.
The lightweight attribute of aluminium is – in relation to transport – another key factor in CO2 emission reductions.