Glass Packaging

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PM-016 Amber Glass Dropper Bottles Inquiry
PM-001 Amber Glass Reagent Bottle & Ground Stopper Inquiry
PM-028 Bijou Vial Inquiry
PM-017 Black Glass Dropper Bottle Inquiry
PM-011 Blue Glass Helmsley Bottles Inquiry
PM-026 Borosilicate Glass Serum Vials Inquiry
PM-006 Clear Flint Glass Marlow Bottle Inquiry
PM-002 Clear Glass Marlow Bottle Inquiry
PM-024 Clear Glass Ointment Jars Pre-capped with Black Urea Lids Inquiry

Product Introduction

Glass packaging is a type of packaging made of glass that can be used to package products such as food, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.

Types of Glass Packaging

There are several types of glass packaging, each designed for a specific product and application.

  • Bottles

Glass bottles are a popular choice for packaging beverages, and they come in a variety of sizes and shapes, including standard round bottles, square bottles and flasks.

  • Jars

Glass jars are commonly used to package food products, and they come in a variety of sizes and shapes, including round, square and hexagonal.

  • Vials

Glass vials are small cylindrical containers that are typically used to package pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and food products. They are available in different sizes and can be fitted with a variety of lids, including screw caps, press caps and droppers.

  • Ampoules

Glass ampoules are small, sealed vials used to package liquid pharmaceuticals. They are designed to be opened by breaking the neck of the ampoule.

Advantages of Glass Packaging

  • Aesthetic appeal

Glass packaging has an attractive appearance that enhances the overall presentation of the product.

  • Durability

Glass is a durable material that can withstand high temperatures, making it suitable for products that require sterilization or high-temperature processing.

  • Recyclability

Glass is 100% recyclable and can be recycled indefinitely without losing its quality. This makes it an environmentally friendly packaging option.

  • Barrier Properties

Glass has excellent barrier properties that protect the contents from light, moisture and other environmental factors that can affect product quality.

  • Non-reactive

Glass is non-reactive, meaning it does not interact with the contents of the package, ensuring purity and freshness of the product.

  • Customizable

Glass can be molded into different shapes and sizes, making it a versatile packaging material that can be customized to meet specific product requirements.

  • Aesthetic appeal

Glass has an attractive appearance that enhances the overall presentation of the product.

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