Packaging is one of the most important building blocks of communicating quality in the cosmetics industry. It serves as a standard for communicating the corporate image, value and, not least, the price of the product. Plastics replaced other tube materials like aluminum long ago in this industry. New materials and technologies like multi-layer extrusion enable the achievement of barrier properties, design possibilities and surface qualities that were hardly conceivable just a few years ago.
BREYER has gained a reputation through our many innovations and fresh ideas. There is a reason why 8 out of 10 extrusion lines in Europe are made by BREYER. It also has to do with the enormous performance gains and great reliability of these systems. BREYER has been able to achieve an increase in the production speed to 300 tubes per minute while maintaining or surpassing all quality standards. We have good reason to be proud of our achievements.
Before a tube is finished and can be delivered to the customer, other machines and production steps are necessary. Therefore, we formed a well-functioning network with other renowned partners at an early point in time; thus, we can guarantee a smooth production process from the onset.
|LDPE, LLDPE, MDPE, HDPE, PP
|up to 30 m/min, depending from diameter and material
|number of tubes
|up to 300/min
|39 to 270 mm
|single,two layer, three layer, five layer
|for mono- and multilayer tubes
Extrusion lines for tubes
When it comes to tube packaging for the cosmetics industry, perfection and a professional design are paramount. However, packaging must also be manufactured economically.
Extrusion line for the production of tube sleeves
Today, speed and quality are top priority in many production processes. It's good if you can refer to a technology that delivers good quality even at high speeds. Clients from the world of cosmetics, which has high standards, know to appreciate this fact.
Extrusion line for the production of high-quality laminate film
With the BREYER TubeFlex system, colors, materials, layer thicknesses and additional decors can be combined into a flat film in a highly flexible way.