Keystone Folding Box introduces child-resistant wallet card for blisters

Push-Pak provides simple push-through opening feature

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Push-Pak from Keystone Folding Box Co

Keystone Folding Box, a designer and manufacturer of paperboard packaging solutions, has introduced a new paperboard blister wallet with push-through opening functionality. Ideal for hard tablets, the company’s Push-Pak allows intuitive push-through dosage access and a tighter, more condensed blister arrangement that reduces the package’s overall size. The blister wallet provides the highest possible F=1 child resistance while remaining easy to open for seniors and consumers with dexterity challenges. 

Through its simple push-through design, Push-Pak fits more medication in a smaller package utilizing less overall material. The result is a blister wallet that is better for the environment and is easier to transport and store (a benefit for pharmacies) while still offering ample space on the front and back for labels and instructions.

From a safety standpoint, the wallet’s tear-resistant paperboard design combines with a unique perforation and nick pattern to provide exemplary child resistance despite being simple for adults to open. Push-Pak uses a familiar push-through opening system, eliminating the need for complicated opening instructions.

Push-Pak builds on the success of Key-Pak, a leading child-resistant medication packaging. Like Key-Pak, Push-Pak is both affordable and customizable to fit specific needs. Versatile and cost-effective, the wallet cards are ideal for physicians’ samples and prescription pharmaceutical products. Its combined child resistance and ease of opening make Push-Pak an attractive solution for older adults.

Push-Pak, like Key-Pak, also brings sustainability-related benefits. The package is primarily comprised of paperboard, which is made from renewable material, allowing for a minimally sized blister. As a result, Push-Pak may use up to 75% less plastic than plastic bottles when packaging the same number of tablets.

“Our F=1 child-resistant wallet card with simple push-through feature allows us to address ease of opening, sustainability and convenience for all stakeholders,” said Ward Smith, director of marketing & business development at Keystone Folding Box. “Simultaneously we can offer a smaller package design that is portable and convenient for the patient, which brand owners and healthcare professionals can appreciate.” 

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