tear strip

Related to tear strip: marginal tear strip

tear′ strip`

or tear′strip`

(tɛər)
n.
a strip, string, etc., that is pulled to open a box, wrapper, or the like.
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The new Flexi-Cap solution thus ensures reliable blinding of transparent containers combined with irreversible first-opening protection due to a tear strip integrated into the upper cap.
The new Flexi-Cap Plus features a tear strip running through the label as an integrated element.
The stand up pouch allows the customer to break the seal with a tear strip at the top of the pouch, add ingredients such as bacon bits and then hermetically reseal with a Ziplock closure.
When the label's tear strip -- which also runs around the closure cap -- is removed, the inscriptions "Opened" and "Used" appear in the film's two indicator fields.
Each of the nine sizes in the line comes in two versions: self-adhesive flap with a tear strip and tube-style closure with serrated lip options.
Hinged lids are available, are easily resealed, and feature a tamper-evident tear strip.
The best example of a creative packaging feature which also served as a low level authentication device was the tear strip which used to be in Johnson & Johnson[R] Bandaids [R].
Integrated with existing case sealers, the BP E-Z Pull Tab System incorporates a tear strip directly onto the packaging tape as it is dispensed.
Dog owners move the water to the bowl compartment by removing the tear strip at the top and squeezing the bottom of the pouch.
They can incorporate dispensing devices, carrying handles and easy opening tear strip features for convenience in handling and use.
Featuring unique packaging that allows the pastry to crisp as it cooks, the pack also includes a tear strip in the middle, giving greater convenience as the product can be eaten out of pack.
When the label's tear strip - which also runs around the closure cap - is removed, the inscriptions "Opened" and "Used" appear in the film's two indicator fields.