ring-pull

ring-pull

n
Brit a metal strip that must be pulled off the top of a can of drink or food in order to open it
Translations

ring-pull

[ˈrɪŋpʊl] (Brit)
A. Nanilla f
B. CPD ring-pull can Nlata f (de refrescos, cerveza, etc)
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The first aluminium drinks cans were manufactured in 1960, and the ring-pull cans were produced in 1962.
UAE residents can still join the race; all you have to do is look under the ring-pull or cap of a Sprite can or bottle, for the unique 6-digit code.
Further significant weight savings are achieved with the special neck finish, since in contrast to other PET bottles this one does not have a screw cap, but a tear-off ring-pull closure.
If it is a yes, they offer 1-2 they keep the pound, 3-1 the Euro, and 5-1 a new currency, like the ring-pull can.
But one November day in 2010 he found what he first thought was a lager can ring-pull in the field of farmer Tony Wilson, near Wheatley Hill, County Durham.
He thought at first the object he had recovered from five inches below the surface was a ring-pull from a beer can.
The trap door to the cellar had a brass ring-pull set into it.
(If a ring-pull drinks can were that thin it would cover a soccer pitch.) It also is only about 5% of the metal that would be used in metallic ink for the same coverage, and using transfer foil instead of laminating the holographic foil also means that the carrier film can be re-used and also allows a lighter weight paper for the brochure - 7PT (160 gsm) instead of last year's 12PT.
"Keep the ring-pull lids from sardine cans, link them together with wire and hang them by a hole in the hedge to deter cats," he suggests.
The prototype Smaaart has been designed as a promotional vehicle, featuring a 20:1scale fibre-glass replica soft drinks can, complete with ring-pull, which serves as van-like storage space for promotional items.
The prototype Smaaart has been designed as a promotional vehicle, featuring a 20:1 scale fibre-glass replica soft drinks can, complete with ring-pull, which serves as van-like storage space.