Introduction and Characteristics of Pharmaceutical Plastic Bottles

Pharmaceutical plastic bottles are plastic bottles that are blow-molded and are used to pack medicines, liquids, solvents and chemical reagents.

The most commonly used medical plastic bottle is made of PET, which has the advantages of not easily damaged, good sealing performance, moisture-proof, hygienic, and meeting the special requirements of pharmaceutical packaging. It can be directly used for medicine packaging without washing and drying. It is an excellent medicinal packaging container, which is widely used for oral solid medicines (such as tablets, capsules, granules, etc.) and oral liquid medicines (such as Syrups, tinctures, etc.) packaging.

Secondly, polyethylene (PE) is also a more commonly used material. PE is divided into high density (HDPE), low density (LDPE) and linear low density (LLDPE).

Introduction and characteristics of medical plastic bottles are as follows:

Medicinal plastic bottles are plastic bottles made by medical bottles suppliers based on the principle of blow molding. Compared with other plastic hollow packaging containers, there are many special places.

1. Capacity: Due to the particularity of drug packaging and medication, from a few milliliters to about 1,000 milliliters, most of the shapes are round, but also square, oval and other shapes.

2. In order to ensure that the medicine is not damp or deteriorating during the validity period, the medical plastic bottle should have good sealing and barrier properties to prevent the influence of light, heat, water vapor, oxygen, etc. on the medicine. Especially small plastic medicine bottles have higher requirements for this.

3. The inner wall of the bottle is in direct contact with the medicine, and the material of the bottle must meet the requirements of the medicine packaging to ensure the safety of the medicine.

4. Oral solid and liquid medical plastic bottles belong to a class of packaging materials, which can be used for medicine packaging without cleaning and sterilization. Therefore, they have higher requirements for microbial limits, and the production environment and production process should meet the requirements of relevant laws and regulations.

5. The shape, size, structure, etc. of medicinal plastic bottles should be adapted to the requirements of various types of filling machines of pharmaceutical companies and the requirements of high-speed automatic filling machines.