valPure® V70 - next generation coating technology with epoxy-like performance


valPure V70 is a breakthrough non-BPA technology for light metal packaging for food and beverage manufacturers looking for safety without compromise. It’s been proven non-endocrine active by independent laboratories and approved by regulatory agencies. It is the first next generation solution which delivers industry standard epoxy-like performance.


valPure V70 was developed through our Safety by Design process based on the pharmaceutical model, which uses the latest scientific methods to test for endocrine activity, toxicology and migration to preserve food safety, can integrity and market longevity. Some of these tests are discussed in the scientific article, "Evidence of Absence: Estrogenicity Assessment of a New Food-Contact Coating and the Bisphenol Used in Its Synthesis", by Ana Soto, Maricel V. Maffini, et. al. which assessed the potential estrogenic activity of both a new bisphenol monomer used to synthesize polymeric coatings for metal food-contact applications and the nonintentionally added substances (NIAS) that may migrate into food. Access the article at the following link:

Practical implementation

valPure V70 is being used in coatings to line food, beverage and household product containers. V70 provides a non-BPA solution for those can makers and brand owners looking to convert to non-BPA technologies and maintain the epoxy-like performance including application, fabrication and pack performance, they have relied on over the years from industry standard epoxy-based coatings.

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valPure V70 is a replacement for industry standard epoxy-based coatings/linings for light metal packaging

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