Happy Tappi is a brand of IPAC Italy, a compant that since four generations produces and sells stainless steel kitchenware in the heart of Tuscany. Here, among old houses and medieval village, one of the most important industries for the household items of central Italy was born.
For over 70 years IPAC has developed an expertise on the stainless steel and its most refined techniques of workmanship that has enabled it to create exclusive and innovative products, in the choice of high quality materials, design and attention to every last detail.
The Happy Tappi concept stems from a desire to create caps suitable to all regular mouth jars (Quattro Stagioni, Mason Jars etc.), transforming them into multi-functional, reusable and customizable containers for your house.
The Happy Tappi are ideal for storing homemade delicacies or transforming the jars into useful containers for various rooms of the house. They are also perfect for creative recycling of the jars, which can be so customized and reused several times even outside the kitchen and the pantry.
No other material can ensure the safety, durability and sustainability of stainless steel. Impact resistant, reusable and recyclable, it is also the best environmental choice.
Stainless steel is virtually indestructible, thanks to its properties that ensure long life and do not diminish over time or repeated use. This material has a superior strength-to-weight ratio compared to the grades of glass, ceramics, aluminum, polystyrene and other plastics.
Stainless steel is an alloy composed of natural elements, non-toxic and completely free of BPA, phthalates, lead, zinc and other components harmful to health. Well known for its antibacterial and hygienic properties; stainless steel is in fact widely used in the food and beverage industry beacuse it do not alter the flavors and smells.
Stainless steel is easy to clean and resistant to stains, rust and corrosion. You can wash it by had or placing it in a dishwasher to reuse several times.
The stainless steel products can be reused for many years and fully recycled at the end of their useful life. It is in fact one of the world’s most recycled materials – more than paper or glass. For this reason it is a wise investment for our future that reflects a real commitment to health and environmental sustainability.