Bottles and Jars

Miniplast has a sister company – Gil Pack – that specializes in the production of plastic packaging for the pharmaceutical, food and cosmetics industries. In addition, Gil Pack specializes in injecting plastic into the medical field and medical equipment. We invite you to enter the Gil Pack website, browse the catalog and be impressed by a variety of jars and plastic bottles, lids and gaskets of various types (including protected lids for children), complementary products and more, including products in production and customization.

 

 

 

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    What are the benefits of using plastic bottles and jars in medicine and laboratory applications?

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    Plastic bottles and jars offer several advantages, including their lightweight nature, durability, and resistance to breakage. They are also generally cost-effective and provide good chemical resistance, making them suitable for storing a wide range of medicines and laboratory substances.

    Are plastic bottles and jars safe for storing medicines and laboratory substances?

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    Yes, plastic bottles and jars are designed to be safe for storing medicines and laboratory substances. They are made from materials that are specifically chosen for their compatibility with various substances and their ability to maintain the integrity of the stored contents.

    What types of plastic materials are commonly used for medicine and laboratory bottles and jars?

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     Common plastic materials used for medicine and laboratory bottles and jars include:

    • High-density polyethylene (HDPE) – an opaque material with very good resistance for chemicals and solvents.HDPE bottles can be sterilized by Gamma radiation. 
    • Polypropylene (PP) – a material with good clarity, and resistance to high temperatures. PP bottles can be sterilized by autoclave.
    • PolyEthylene Therephthalate (PET) – PET bottles have perfect clarity, they are resistant to gas penetration. However, PET bottles are sensitive to heat.

    How do I choose the right size and shape of plastic bottle or jar for my specific needs?

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    Consider the volume of the substance you need to store and the specific requirements of your application. Select a size and shape that allows for proper containment while considering factors such as ease of handling, storage space limitations, and compatibility with closures and labeling.

    Are plastic bottles and jars reusable or meant for single-use only?

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    Plastic bottles and jars can be reusable depending on their intended use and the specific requirements of the application. Some plastic bottles and jars are designed for single-use, while others are durable and can be cleaned, sanitized or sterilized where needed, and reused multiple times. Check the specific product information or consult the manufacturer for guidance.

    Can plastic bottles and jars withstand different temperatures and environmental conditions?

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     Plastic bottles and jars are engineered to withstand a range of temperatures and environmental conditions. However, it is important to consider the specific material and product specifications to ensure it is suitable for the intended storage conditions. PET bottles are sensitive to high temperatures, while PP bottles can stand up to 120 celsius degrees.

    How do I properly clean and sterilize plastic bottles and jars for reuse in medicine and laboratories?

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    Cleaning and sterilization procedures may vary depending on the specific substance and requirements. Generally, plastic bottles and jars can be cleaned using mild detergent and warm water, followed by thorough rinsing. Sterilization methods may include autoclaving, chemical disinfection, or Gamma or Beta irradiation. The most commonly used technique for sterilization of plastic bottles in laboratories is autoclave.

    What are the recommended storage and handling practices for plastic bottles and jars in medicine and laboratories?

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    Recommended practices include storing plastic bottles and jars in a clean and controlled environment, away from direct sunlight or extreme temperatures. Ensure proper sealing of the containers with suitable closures to prevent leakage or contamination. Follow any specific handling guidelines provided by the manufacturer.

    Can I order samples of MiniPlast's plastic bottles and jars before making a bulk purchase?

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    Yes, MiniPlast provides the option to order samples of our plastic bottles and jars. We understand the importance of evaluating the quality and suitability of our products before making a bulk purchase. Contact our customer service team or visit our website for more information on requesting samples.

    Does Mini-Plast comply with industry standards and regulations for plastic bottles and jars?

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     Absolutely! Mini-Plast is committed to maintaining high-quality standards and compliance with industry regulations. We use raw materials that are approved for food and drug contact and provide our bottles with full specification document, drawing etc. We prioritize product safety, quality, and adherence to relevant guidelines and standards.

    Do Mini-Plast's plastic bottles and jars provide a secure seal to prevent leakage?

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    Yes, our plastic bottles and jars are equipped with reliable closures to ensure a secure seal and prevent leakage. We offer different closure options, including screw caps and flip-top lids, designed to provide an airtight and leak-proof seal for optimal storage and transportation of your valuable substances.We also provide our caps with liners made from different materials, including TPF (Teflon) liners with high resistance to chemicals as well as vented liners for allowing air circulation inside the packaging, where this is needed