Amber Schott Bottles Blue Screw GL45 Cap
- Complies with DIN/ISO 4796
- Autoclavable Polyethylene screw cap and pouring ring
- Printed with retrace code
- Specially designed Polyethylene pouring rings for drip-free pouring
- Clear white graduation marks and large marking area
- Bottles are manufactured with Boro 3.3,
- These bottles are durable and chemical resistance
- Amberizing is done In-House
Amber Glass Bottles, packers protect contents from UV rays and are ideal for light sensitive products. These environmentally sensitive bottles help eliminate waste and help to ensure product integrity for long term storage.
Amber glass is particularly useful when your product is light sensitive. The amber colour absorbs harmful UV wavelengths, protecting your product from light damage. Because of this, amber coloured glass is often used for beer, certain drugs, and essential oils.
Amber bottle is made from a mixture of sand, soda ash and limestone are heated to a very high temperature. While the mixture is molten, other materials are added to give it different colours and properties. Workers and machines shape and mould the liquid glass into a bottle, cup or any other form. When the glass cools, it hardens in its new shape.
Uses of amber Schott bottles
Amber bottles offer a protection against light wavelengths within the 10 nm to 400 nm range. This is the ideal spectrum to protect against UV light radiation, which is why many pharmaceutical and beverage manufacturers choose amber bottles. … They are also typically a little more expensive than amber or flint bottles.
Amber bottles can be used to store oil to avoid deterioration and protect the aromatic and therapeutic properties of your essential oils. Dark glass such as amber or cobalt helps to keep out deteriorating sunlight. It is best not to store essential oils in clear glass bottles.
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