Mar. 25, 2021
Plastic bottles are a common type of packaging container in our daily lives. They are widely used in all walks of life due to their light weight, not fragile, and easy to process. Plastic bottles for veterinary medicine are an important branch. There are many types of veterinary drugs, so the types of plastic bottles are also relatively rich.
Veterinary medicine plastic bottles are mostly made of polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), and polyester (PET). After adding corresponding organic solvents, they are heated at high temperatures and processed by injection molding, extrusion blowing, injection blowing and other processes. Common types of veterinary medicine plastic bottles include vaccine bottles, oral liquid bottles, disinfectant bottles, injection bottles, etc. The materials and characteristics of these bottles vary according to the properties of the medicines.
Vaccine bottle: Mainly made of PP or PE material, usually sealed with a rubber stopper and aluminum cap, which has good airtightness. For vaccines that are resistant to light, color masterbatch can be added to the raw materials to make a brown bottle to achieve a good shading effect.
Oral liquid bottle: It is mainly made of PE or transparent PET, which is resistant to most acid and alkali corrosion, and the packaging capacity is generally large.
Disinfectant bottle: Mainly made of PE material, with various bottle types, rich colors, and chemical corrosion resistance. Some customers will require a transparent line to be added to the bottle to mark the scale, so that it is convenient to measure the amount during use.
Injection bottle: mainly made of PET material, high transparency, high-end appearance, increase the added value of the product, and gradually replace the original glass bottle.
The above are several common types of veterinary medicine plastic bottles. Different medicines correspond to different bottles, but their purpose is to ensure the stability and effectiveness of the medicines and promote the healthy development of animal husbandry.