A vial (also known as a phial or flacon) is a small glass or plastic vessel or bottle, often used to store medication as liquids, powders or capsules.
The medical glass bottle is used for storing and dispensing pharmaceutical and chemical products. It is made of high-quality borosilicate glass, which is known as a material with high chemical resistance and excellent thermal shock resistance. Medical glass bottles are available in various sizes, shapes and colours with different neck finish options. They are available with or without a rubber ring on the neck.
Benefits of Medical Glass Bottle:
Medical glass bottles are the ideal solution for storing and dispensing liquid pharmaceuticals, including vitamins, minerals, supplements, or medications. Medical glass bottles offer a number of advantages over plastic or other materials:
Sturdy And Durable
Glass is a basic material that can be used to create sturdy containers for storing liquids.
The use period of medical glass bottles is for years without breaking down or becoming damaged.
They are strong enough to use constantly and clean, which means we can use them for years without losing their effectiveness.
A Long Shelf Life
Medical glass bottles are made from borosilicate glass that has been processed at high temperatures to make it heat resistant.
This makes them ideal for use in laboratories and other environments where extreme temperatures may be present.
The ability of medical glass bottles to withstand heat makes them ideal for storing and dispensing hot or cold liquids without fear of damage or breakage.
Non-Reactive With Liquids In The Bottle
When you store liquids in plastic containers, there is always some risk that something may react with the plastic itself and contaminate the liquid inside the container. Medical glass bottles do not have this risk.
Glass is the most common material to make bottles.
It has many advantages over other materials, such as being nonreactive and durable.
The glass in medical glass bottles must be free of impurities that can leach out when in contact with chemicals or liquids.
These include lead, which we can add to some borosilicate glass products to reduce their coefficient of expansion.
What's more, we usually use medical glass vials in a variety of applications, including:
It's typically that storage pharmaceuticals in amber or green bottles, which help protect them from damaging UV light.
However, it's important to keep them away from direct sunlight, as this can also cause damage.
There are varying thicknesses of medical glass bottles so they can withstand both extreme temperatures and pressure changes.
We use them for storage purposes because they're inert and don't react with chemicals or other substances.
They're also safe for use with highly corrosive materials like acids and bases, which means they can be used for storing and transporting these chemicals without risk of contamination or damage to the bottle itself during shipping or storage.
Some medical glass bottles are to hold multiple types of liquids.
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