Glass ampoules


Glass ampoules

Glass ampoules packaging provides sterile and tamper-evident containers for sensitive substances. They offer protection, accurate dosing, and are widely used in pharmaceutical, medical, and laboratory industries.

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dollar signPrice Range : $ 0.20 to 0.40*

Key features

Sealing MethodHeat-sealed
SterilityManufactured in sterile environments
Opening MethodBreakable neck or snap-off
ProtectionTamper-evident, hermetic seal
Customization OptionsSize, shape, markings, labeling
RecyclabilityFully recyclable
Handling and StorageHandle with care, store in cool and dry place
Suitable forSensitive substances, medications, vaccines, serums
AdvantagesContamination protection, accurate dosing, stability maintenance
Industry UsePharmaceuticals, medical, laboratory, cosmetics


  • Material : Glass
  • Type : Ampoules
  • Sealing Method : Heat-sealed
  • Sterility : Manufactured in sterile environments
  • Opening Method : Breakable neck or snap-off
  • Protection : Tamper-evident, hermetic seal
  • Customization Options : Size, shape, markings, labeling
  • Recyclability : Fully recyclable
  • Handling and Storage : Handle with care, store in cool and dry place
  • Suitable for : Sensitive substances, medications, vaccines, serums
  • Advantages : Contamination protection, accurate dosing, stability maintenance
  • Industry Use : Pharmaceuticals, medical, laboratory, cosmetics

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  • Q1: What are glass ampoules?
  • A1: Glass ampoules are small, sealed glass containers used for packaging and storing liquid or powder substances in a sterile and tamper-evident manner.

  • Q2: What industries use glass ampoules packaging?
  • A2: Glass ampoules are commonly used in pharmaceuticals, medical, laboratory, and cosmetic industries for packaging medications, vaccines, serums, essential oils, and other sensitive substances.

  • Q3: How are glass ampoules sealed?
  • A3: Glass ampoules are sealed by heating the neck of the ampoule to form a melt that solidifies, creating a hermetic and tamper-evident seal.

  • Q4: Are glass ampoules sterile?
  • A4: Glass ampoules are manufactured in sterile environments and are designed to maintain the sterility of the contents, providing a reliable packaging solution for sensitive products.

  • Q5: Can glass ampoules be opened?
  • A5: Glass ampoules are designed for single-use and are opened by breaking the ampoule neck using a designated tool or by scoring and snapping it with hands.

  • Q6: What are the advantages of using glass ampoules?
  • A6: Glass ampoules offer excellent protection against contamination, ensure accurate dosing, provide tamper-evident packaging, and maintain the stability and purity of the contents.

  • Q7: Can glass ampoules be customized?
  • A7: Glass ampoules can be customized with different sizes, shapes, markings, and labeling options to meet specific packaging and branding requirements.

  • Q8: Are glass ampoules recyclable?
  • A8: Yes, glass ampoules are made from recyclable materials and can be recycled to produce new glass products, contributing to environmental sustainability.

  • Q9: How should glass ampoules be handled and stored?
  • A9: Glass ampoules should be handled with care to avoid breakage, stored in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight, and kept in their original packaging for protection.

  • Q10: Can glass ampoules be used for sensitive substances?
  • A10: Yes, glass ampoules are ideal for storing sensitive substances as they provide a hermetic and sterile environment, protecting them from light, air, and contamination.

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*Note: The numbers are our best estimate based on the available information