Sealing the deal

There have been few successful attempts to commercialise a truly resealable beverage end. Paul Hill reports on an Austrian project that believes it has the engineering expertise

The idea of designing a resealable beverage can end that could be commercially successful has fascinated inventors for decades. Brands want a design that will retain carbonation pressure after resealing, will not interrupt canning lines and be cost-effective. And that is a real challenge.

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