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What is the best material for the Medical vials?

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Medical vials refers to a container that can isolate the gas from the outside temperature or a container that isolates the external bacteria. From the material point of view: there are glass Medical vials, plastic Medical vials, PET Medical vials, etc. From the manufacturing process, there are autosampler vials and blow molding vials. 

In the market, we can see a lot of medicines. Of course, there are many Medical vials to match with them. The quality and safety of Medical vials are closely related to people. The pharmaceutical factory should be cautious when choosing the medicine bottle packaging. Which one? What kind of material is the best material for medical bottles?

First of all, although the plastic material has certain advantages in transportation and weight, but the airtightness is not good enough, it will easily deform and the solvent resistance is not good, so the plastic material is not the best material for the Medical vials.

The main characteristics of the glass material are: non-toxic, odorless, transparent, beautiful, good barrier, airtight, common raw materials, low price, and can be reused, and has the advantages of heat resistance, pressure resistance, washing resistance, etc. High temperature sterilization can also be stored at low temperature. Although the glass material also has the disadvantages of heavy weight, high impact resistance and high transportation cost, as long as the medicinal glass bottle manufacturer actively improves the production technology, strict supervision can avoid these problems. The best choice for pharmaceutical bottle packaging is glass.

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