pull-ring

pull-ring

or

pull-tab

n
US a small piece of metal with a ring attached which is pulled to open cans of food, drink, etc
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Each component has a machine-lipped end which, when fitted with a specially designed "U" shaped gasket and QuickConnect pull-ring, creates a 3-bar overpressure certified connection.
Canny bowls also are lightweight, weighing 30 percent less than standard pull-ring aluminum bowls.
In tests, 100% of people agreed its pull-ring peel-back style was easier to open than the traditional kind, and more than six out of 10 thought the food was better quality, even though the recipe had not been altered.
Because the swivel lock is operated with foot action, the user is no longer required to bend over and engage a hand operated pull-ring as is found on most models.
Each component has a machine-lipped end which, when fitted with a specially designed "U" shaped gasket and Quick-Connect pull-ring, creates a 3-bar overpressure certified connection.
Because the new swivel lock is operated with foot action, the user is no longer required to bend over and engage a hand operated pull-ring as is found on most models.
Each component has a machine-lipped end, which, when fitted with a specially designed 'U' shaped gasket & quick-connect pull-ring, creates a 3-bar overpressure certified connection.
Each component has a machine-lipped end which, when fitted with a specially designed "U" shaped gasket & Quick-Connect pull-ring, creates a 3-bar overpressure certified connection.