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Twist-off closure

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #6006933.

A twist-off closure for use with a bottle having a neck, a lip and a ledge surrounding the neck and a plurality of ramp sections. The closure includes a top wall, a skirt and a plurality of tabs extending from the bottom edge of the skirt. The tabs are T-shaped and include a cross arm extending adjacent to the free end of the stem. The cap is made from a steel sheet coated with tin and a varnish or lacquer layer with the edges of the cap being formed by pinch trimming so that a corrosion-resistant layer of tin substantially covers the edges.

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