Laminated glass has many advantages and is very common in daily life. And its organic chemistry high reliability, strong elasticity and other characteristics make it popular in pharmaceutical packaging, especially in the use of packaging materials for injection-type drugs. Today, I will share with you the classification standards of medicinal glass bottles to make better choices when you use them later.
There are various types of medicinal glass bottles made into various shapes according to the types of medicines. According to the regulations on the sensitivity of medicines to sunlight, they are often made into transparent bottles or dark brown bottles; because the medicine bottles must touch the medicine, the preparation generally, glass materials with good physical and chemical properties such as acid resistance and heat resistance are used.
Besides test links and display equipment, drugs are generally circulated to significant companies as commodities, while medicinal glass bottles are mainly used as glassware. According to relevant standards, category 70.10 refers to jars, bottles, jars, cans, ampoules and other utensils made of laminated glass, used to transport or contain goods; storage tanks made of laminated glass; laminated glass stoppers, lids and similar Sealer. This category includes tube-shaped utensils and similar utensils for the transportation or holding of medicines and similar primary purposes, made or blown with lamp glass test tubes. Regardless of the difference in appearance, color tone, and operation methods of the medicinal glass bottles, they should be classified under 70.10 according to the primary purpose.
Ampoules, small and medium glassware used to hold potions. The whole bottle is made of a high-quality thin glass test tube, the bottle body and cap are integrated, and the whole bottle is sealed and packaged to block gas. When picking up the medicine, you need to break the upper body of the medicine bottle with your hands. If you make a mistake, it is possible to break the glass bottle when you open it, pollute the medicine, and the fracture surface will be sharp and easily injured.
Ampoules are commonly used for injecting traditional Chinese medicine preparations and high-purity chemicals that must block gas, such as injections of medicines, seedlings, and serum proteins. They are also used to contain liquid skincare products, called ampoules. Ampoules have actual field names in the tariff, namely under 7010.1000.
The vials bottle, a standard packaging glass bottle for pre-seedlings, is sealed with a rubber stopper, sealed with a high-level aluminum cover, and the shortboard is too thin. The difference between a vial and an ampoule is that a rubber stopper is used to seal the stopper, and the body wall of the bottle is generally thicker. Therefore, it needs to be pierced and extracted with a needle during application. It is not easy to cause injury, and it is not easy to be exposed to cause secondary pollution.
The vial is famous for its penicillin (penicillin sodium), and it is now generally used to hold injections, oils, etc. In terms of material selection, the sodium glass vial has poor physical and chemical reliability, a relatively simple production process, high production, and is mainly used to hold feed. Borosilicate glass vials generally include low borosilicate glass and borosilicate glass, because the physical and chemical properties of medium borosilicate glass are better and are the preferred raw material for vaccine vials. Vials and ampoules complement each other. Although there is no actual field name in the tariff rules, according to the classification concept, the vials should be used as laminated glass utensils and are classified under 7010.90 according to the specifications and models.
The cassette bottle is an alias for the specification of the borosilicate glass sleeve for pen injection needles. The cassette bottle is similar to an injection needle without a swing rod, equivalent to a “glass bottle without a bottom.” The front side of the glass bottle is equipped with a sealing gasket to maintain the injection syringe, or the bottle stopper is sealed with a rubber stopper aluminum cap; the end is sealed with a vulcanized rubber piston rod. During the application, the three-in-one injection frame is used to promote, and the medicine does not touch all parts of the injection needle during the whole application process. They are often used in genetic engineering technology, biotechnology, insulin glargine, and other industries.
Although the cassette bottle has no bottom and looks like it is not a detailed product, it has reached the standard for detailed product sales and application. Therefore, according to the general classification standards 1 and 6, the product should be classified as a laminated glass vessel under 7010.90 according to the specification and model.