Medical Consumables and Lab Consumables OEM Manufacturer
Medical Consumables and Lab Consumables OEM Manufacturer


Cells culture bottle: Bottle mouth anti-backflow design, clear scale, each scale error is less than ±5.

OEM Medicine dropper bottle for animal use: For pre-filling of veterinary medicine.

Description of Vials/Bottles


Medicine Dropper for Animal Use

  • Using PP to conduct injection production.


Medicine Bottle for Animal Use

  • For storing cleaning and nursing liquid used by dog and cat's ear canal.


Cells Culture Bottle

  • Material: Bottle (PC/PET), Cap (PE).

  • Sterilization method: Gamma sterilization, DNase-free, RNase-free, Pyrogen-free.


HDPE Bottle for Compound Ketoconazole

  • Using LDPE to conduct injection production.

  • Made of High Density Polyethylene, plastic injection molding.

Specification of Vials/Bottles

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Product NameSpecifications
Medicine Dropper for Animal Use1.5ml, 2.5ml
Medicine Bottle for Animal Use60m, 120ml
Cells Culture BottlePC: 150ml,  250ml, 500ml, 1000ml
PET: 125ml, 250ml, 500ml, 1000ml

ItemDescription of GoodsQuantity (pcs)Packing

4ml HDPE Lab Quality Bottle with cap, narrow mouth

2500In bulk
CP0088ml HDPE Lab Quality Bottle with cap, narrow mouth2000In bulk
CP125125ml HDPE Lab Quality Bottle with cap, narrow mouth300In bulk
CP250250ml HDPE Lab Quality Bottle with cap, narrow mouth200In bulk

What are Drug & Pharmaceutical Bottles or Vials?

A drug or pharmaceutical bottle is a rigid plastic or glass container with a capacity of certain volume of capacity with or without a cap to contain drugs, pharmaceuticals, medicine or special chemicals.

Composition of A drug or pharmaceutical bottle, vials, or container

Basically, there are two main kinds of materials for a drug or pharmaceutical bottle/container: plastic and glass. 

Plastics are more and more popular these years because of its good durability and convenience, and cost effectiveness.

Plastic forming processes

Plastic materials consist of organic molecules which have chemically or physically properties.

Injection moulding and blow moulding are two main plastic forming processes or plastic moulding techniques for various drug or pharmaceutical bottles, vials, or containers.

Plastic materials include Polyvinyl chloride (PVC), Polycarbonate (PC), Polypropylene (PP), Polyethylene terephthalate (PET), Polyethylene (High Density) HDPE), Polyethylene (Low Density) LDPE (LLDPE).

What is the difference between a vial and ampule?

Both of vials and ampules are playing an active and important role in storing fluid or solid drugs, pharma medicine, or chemicals for end users nowadays and both of them would be mainly in glass or plastics which depends on the usages, contains inside, cost, and requirements of storage or transportation.

An ampule typically indicates a sealed opening container without caps or stoppers and one time used products to protect its content from air or humidity exposure to keep the purity and potency. You need to break its extended sealed neck when you open it. It’s made of plastics or glass.

It’s a great choice for unstable chemical elements and certain volume used for end users.

A vial is a also made of plastic or glass, usually together with a screw cap or rubber stopper for sealing and it can be used more than once by re-capping it. It’s usually larger than the ampoules.

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