The 30WAG7 is a 17 oz. (500 cc) amber glass packer bottle with a 53 mm (53-400) neck finish. Packer bottles, also known as pill packers or vitamin bottles are commonly used in the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries for pill and capsule packaging. The amber (brown) glass is able to filter out ultraviolet (UV) light and is primarily used for UV-sensitive products. Glass offers excellent strength, weight, and compatibility for materials that cannot use plastic containers. The Cary Company offers a variety of closures for the 30WAG7 such as dispensing caps, liners, and more.
- Also known as the Pill Bottle, Vitamin Bottle, and Prescription Bottle
- Amber color filters out UV exposure
- Ideal for light sensitive solids
Amber Glass - Made popular after the Civil War and now commonly known as the industry standard, the amber colored glass provides protection to light sensitive products such as, hydrogen peroxide and sulfuric acid chemicals, along with beer, oils, skin care, and pharmaceutical drugs by blocking out UV rays. It has wavelengths shorter than 450 nm (nanometers), allowing it to absorb most ultraviolet radiation. Amber glass is a tinted glass produced by combining iron, sulfur, and carbon. Due to its high level of carbon, amber is referred to as a reduced glass. The Cary Company stocks popular amber glass containers such as boston round and packer bottles.
This information has been provided as a general guide. It is the customer's responsibility to select the proper container for product and application compatibility.