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The Versatility of Glass Vials
A vial, known likewise as a phial or flacon is a small glass or plastic vial that is frequently used as a container for medication in the form of a liquid, a powder or capsule. The English word “vial” originated from the Greek word “phiale." It meaning describes a broad, flat container. Similar words such as “phiala” in Latin, fiole and viole from Middle English were once used to identify the product. Scientific sample vessels are also another use for a vial such as in autosampler devices and in analytical chromatography. Vials are very versatile containers. Their versatility as containers can be even traced back to classical antiquity that features vial-like glass containers. Today, vials are often made of glass.
There are several types of vials differentiated by their designs and functions, and come with different closures. These closures include screw cap vials which are sealed with a screw cap or a pipette. There are lip vials which are closed with a cork or plastic stopper, and also crimp vials that are closed with a rubber stopper and a metal cap.
A vial’s shape can be tubular, or have a bottle-like shape. The volume that is defined by the neck and is identified as the headspace. The bottom part of the vial is usually flat. Miniature bottle-like vials usually used in laboratories are likewise called a “bijou” or McCartney’s bottles. The bijou is usually smaller with a volume of more or less 10 milliliters.
Different Vial Usages
Different functions correspond to different properties of vials such as clear screw thread glass vials, perfume glass vials, and many other vials for the pharmaceutical, cosmetics, and other industries.
1. Amber, Clear and Colored Glass Vials
Amber, Clear and Colored glass vials are used as storage container for light sensitive products such as essential oils.
2. Shell Vials
Shell vials are very versatile as they are suitable for a lot of things such as storing vanilla beans to storing laboratory specimens. They could also be designed to be used for automatic filling operations. These vials could also store dry products and could be used with both plastic or cork stoppers.
3. Cork Stoppered Glass Vials
These types of glass vials which were also known as patent lip vials can be used to store both liquid and dry contents. Cork stoppered vials were utilized by consumer goods industries to contain small souvenirs such as beads for selling. This type can also be used to store perfumes, cosmetics, essential oils and other elements. Cork stoppered glass vials are also used by naturalists to store items collected in the field.
Cork stoppered glass vials are also used in chemistry labs as a container to store isolates formed by chemical reactions. These types of vials were also historically used as a storage container used by herbalists to make teas treating ailments.
4. EPA Glass Vials
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) instructs the assessments of samples for levels of potentially harmful elements. It is a part of its program for monitoring the level of environmental pollutants in the U.S. Both water and soil are required for this testing that are stored in EPA approved vials or VOA (Volatile Analysis) vials.
5. Medicine Glass Vials
Wide assortments of glass vials are suitable for use of medicine; this includes vials for medicine dispensed by injection. Glass vials vary sizes can range from 1/8 dram to 10 drams. These vials are available in clear, amber, blue and green glass.
6. Screen Printed Glass Vials
Screen printed glass vials are used in labs and environments where paper labels are subjected to degradation. Screen printed glass labelings weathers conditions that affect traditional paper labeling, such as high or low temperatures and exposure to solvents.
G. Perfume Glass Vials
Perfume glass vials may not only be used as containers for perfumes, but also for storing and packaging other items such as essential oils, aromatherapy products and other items from the cosmetics industry. These vials must be 100 percent glass, not plastic.
Vials, given their minute size are often deemed insignificant and often overlooked. However, these tiny bottles are of great importance for the people who use them often. Even to the average person, vials can be of importance, for example, when used as a container for souvenirs and other minute important stuff.
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