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Full opening reclosable container closure










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #3942675.

A container closure of the type having a friction fit on a container and including a depending skirt radially inwardly deformed below a radially outward projection on the container body is provided with a peripheral weakening line generally at the point where the skirt of the closure tends to bend below the body projection and wherein tensioning means are carried by the lower skirt portion for radially inwardly tensioning the skirt portion below the line of weakening so that by utilizing the tensioning means, the lower skirt portion may be detached from the remainder of the closure and the closure being free to be removed from and replaced on the container. The tensioning means is also utilized to tightly clamp the removed skirt portion to the exterior of the container so that the removed skirt portion is not discarded separately from the container.








 
 
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