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Type I Glass Ampoules

Type I Glass Ampoules

Made from borosilicate glass, these are highly resistant to water, heat, and chemicals, making them suitable for most pharmaceuticals.

Small Volume Ampoules: Ranging from 1ml to 10ml, these are widely used for single-dose applications, such as vaccines, injectable medications, and diagnostic reagents.

Medium Volume Ampoules: These can range from 10ml to 20ml, suitable for medications that require slightly larger doses or multiple dosages from the same ampoule.

Large Volume Ampoules: While less common, some Type-I glass ampoules can be found in sizes greater than 20ml, used for specific pharmaceutical applications where larger quantities of a drug are needed.


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Type-I Ampoule Glass: The Gold Standard in Pharmaceutical Packaging

Type-I ampoule glass, often made from borosilicate glass, represents the highest standard in pharmaceutical glass packaging. This type of glass is distinguished by its excellent chemical resistance, making it an ideal choice for storing sensitive pharmaceutical preparations, especially those that are injectable.

Key Features:

Chemical Resistance: Borosilicate glass is highly resistant to water, strong acids, bases, and solvents, which helps in preserving the purity and efficacy of the medication over time.

Low Reactivity: The low alkali content in Type-I glass minimizes the risk of chemical interactions between the glass and its contents, ensuring the stability of the drug.

High Thermal Resistance: It can withstand high temperatures and thermal shocks. This property is crucial during sterilization processes, where the glass needs to maintain its integrity under extreme conditions.

Transparency and Durability: Type-I glass is clear, allowing for easy inspection of the contents. Despite its thin structure, it is strong and durable, offering reliable protection against breakage.

Light Protection: While inherently clear, Type-I glass can also be treated or colored (such as amber tinting) to protect light-sensitive substances from UV and visible light degradation.


Injectable Drugs: Its non-reactive nature makes it perfect for vaccines, biologics, and other injectable medications.

Highly Sensitive Pharmaceuticals: Used for medications that require stringent protection against contamination and chemical reactions.

Long-Term Storage: Ideal for pharmaceuticals that need to be stored for extended periods without compromising their stability.

Type-I glass ampoules provide the highest level of protection for pharmaceuticals, ensuring that the medication patients receive is as safe and effective as when it was first manufactured.