Glass vials packaging offers a small and versatile solution for storing and preserving liquid or solid substances. They are commonly used in pharmaceutical, laboratory, and cosmetic industries..
Carbon Footprint: 100 gm per vial*
Time to decompose : only broken to pieces
Recyclability : endless times
Price Range : $ 0.10 to 0.50*
|Available in various capacities, ranging from a few milliliters to a few ounces
|Glass vials are typically cylindrical or tubular in shape, designed to maximize storage space
|Options for closures include screw caps, dropper caps, crimp seals, or custom closures
|Glass vials have specific neck finishes to accommodate different types of closures
|Glass vials are available in clear, amber, or colored glass options
|Glass vials have specific dimensions, including height, diameter, and neck length
|Glass vials can be sealed tightly to prevent leakage and ensure product integrity
|Glass vials have excellent resistance to chemicals, ensuring the stability of the stored substances
|Glass vials are versatile and can be used for storing liquid or solid substances in various industries
|Glass vials can withstand high-temperature sterilization processes, ensuring product safety
|Glass vials provide transparency, allowing visual inspection of the contents without opening the vial
- Material : Glass
- Capacity : Available in various capacities, ranging from a few milliliters to a few ounces
- Shape : Cylindrical or tubular
- Closure Type : Screw caps, dropper caps, crimp seals, or custom closures
- Neck Finish : Various neck finishes available
- Color : Clear, amber, or colored glass options
- Dimensions : Height, diameter, and neck length
- Sealing : Tightly sealed to prevent leakage
- Chemical Resistance : Excellent resistance to chemicals
- Versatility : Suitable for storing liquid or solid substances
- Sterilizability : Can withstand high-temperature sterilization processes
- Visibility : Transparent for visual inspection of contents
- Q1: What is glass vials packaging?
- A1: Glass vials packaging involves the use of small glass containers with various closures to store and protect liquid or solid substances.
- Q2: What industries use glass vials packaging?
- A2: Glass vials are widely used in pharmaceuticals, laboratories, cosmetics, essential oils, perfumes, and other industries requiring small-scale storage and precise dispensing.
- Q3: Are glass vials airtight?
- A3: Glass vials can be sealed tightly to provide an airtight environment, preventing contamination and maintaining the integrity of the stored substances.
- Q4: Can glass vials be sterilized?
- A4: Yes, glass vials have the capability to withstand high-temperature sterilization processes, making them suitable for use in sterile environments.
- Q5: What are the advantages of using glass vials?
- A5: Glass vials offer excellent chemical resistance, visibility of contents, recyclability, and the ability to preserve the quality and stability of the stored substances.
- Q6: Are glass vials reusable?
- A6: Glass vials can be cleaned and sterilized for multiple uses, providing a sustainable and cost-effective solution.
- Q7: Can glass vials be customized?
- A7: Yes, glass vials can be customized with different sizes, shapes, colors, closures, and labeling options to meet specific packaging requirements and branding needs.
- Q8: Do glass vials require special handling?
- A8: Glass vials should be handled with care to avoid breakage, and it is recommended to store them in a safe place away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures.
- Q9: Are glass vials environmentally friendly?
- A9: Glass vials are considered environmentally friendly as they are made from natural materials and can be recycled indefinitely without losing their quality.
- Q10: What substances are commonly stored in glass vials?
- A10: Glass vials are used to store and dispense various substances, including pharmaceuticals, chemicals, essential oils, perfumes, serums, and small quantities of liquid or solid samples in laboratories.