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  • Amber Glass
  • screw cap (PP)
  • with printing
  • Amber Glass
  • screw cap (PP)
  • with printing
PART  No. Capacity (ml) Pack Qty.
7840-2           2 ml 10
7840-4 4ml 10
7840-5 5ml 10
7840-8 8ml 10
7840-10 10ml 10
7840-15 15ml 10
7840-20 20ml 10
7840-25 25ml 10

Here are some common uses for amber glass vials with printing:

  1. Pharmaceutical Packaging:
    • Amber glass vials are widely used in the pharmaceutical industry to store medications, vaccines, and other pharmaceutical products that may be light-sensitive.
  2. Chemical Storage:
    • Laboratories use amber glass vials for the storage of chemicals, reagents, and solvents that are sensitive to light and may degrade when exposed to UV or visible light.
  3. Essential Oils and Aromatherapy:
    • Amber glass vials are popular for storing essential oils and aromatic compounds used in aromatherapy and natural health applications.
  4. Sample Storage:
    • Research laboratories use these vials for storing and preserving samples, especially when the contents are sensitive to light or require protection from degradation.
  5. Biotechnology and Life Sciences:
    • In biotechnology and life sciences, amber glass vials are used for the storage of biological samples, enzymes, and other light-sensitive materials.
  6. Vaccine Storage:
    • Amber glass vials play a crucial role in the storage and transportation of vaccines, helping to maintain the stability of vaccine formulations.
  7. Research and Development:
    • Research facilities utilize amber glass vials for storing and testing various substances during the research and development process.
  8. Cosmetic and Personal Care Products:
    • Amber glass vials are used for packaging and storing cosmetic products, perfumes, and personal care items that are sensitive to light.
  9. Quality Control and Testing:
    • Quality control laboratories use these vials for the storage of reference standards, control samples, and test solutions where protection from light is essential.
  10. Herbal Extracts and Tinctures:
    • Amber glass vials are commonly employed for storing herbal extracts, tinctures, and botanical preparations in herbal medicine.
  11. Diagnostic Reagents:
    • Amber glass vials with printing are used in clinical laboratories for storing diagnostic reagents and solutions used in medical testing.
  12. Environmental Sampling:
    • Environmental scientists may use amber glass vials to store and transport environmental samples that need protection from light.

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