The Classification and Parameter of Sample Vials

The vial is a relatively small glass tube or vial, usually with a vial cap. Bottle bottoms are generally flat, rather than having a spherical bottom like a test tube. When choosing a vial, customers should mainly choose from several aspects, such as material, color, volume, diameter, bottle mouth type, and whether to take writing or not.

Material and color
Vials are usually made of glass. They can be colorless or colored, clear or amber.
For example, the common brown reagent vial is mainly used to avoid light. Modern vials can also be made of plastic (like polypropylene). USP1 borosilicate vial is more expensive than domestic glass vials, and transparent glass is all USP1. Transparent color is divided into 7.0 and 5.0, and 5.0 is better.

Volume and diameter
Hawach supplies automatic vials with the volume of 2ml,10ml, and 40ml. Diameter: 8mm, 9mm (8-425/9-425 standard are thread mouth), 11mm is clamp mouth/bayonet;

Bottle mouth type and whether to take writing or not
Hawach sample vials include three types bottle mouth type, screw top, crimp top, and snap top(snap top needs the corresponding pliers to be used together); There are two types of reagent vials, with and without writing Spaces.

2ml Screw Thread Top Sample Vials Crimp Top Sample Vials Snap Top Sample Vials