Glass packaging is particularly suitable for the filling process of your product due to its high temperature at the time of production and its good barrier properties combined with a luxury look.
The wide range of glass jars and bottles are used for the filling of various food products. Examples include preserves, pickled preserves, baby food, hot and cold sauces, fruit juices and alcoholic beverages, spirits as well as beer and wine. A broad choice of mouth sizes provides multiple closing options such as Twist-off, Press Twist (PT), Screw, Pilfer-proof and Crown cap. Glass is easily processable through pasteurisation and sterilisation and has good barrier properties which ensure the quality of the filled product. Also, glass provides an exclusive look, preserves the taste and is recyclable. View the examples below per product category.
Pharmaceutical glass used for the filling of medical products are produced in high quality plants and are packaged in clean room environments. Most of these products are available in brown (amber) or white (flint) and can be shipped in bulk as well as a tray packaging
The cosmetic industry utilises mainly clear white glass (flint) for the filling of exclusive products like nail polish, perfume and ointments.
In the chemical industry glass is used as packaging for reactive substances because of its relatively chemical inert and good barrier properties. In order to prevent further reaction in the filled product, solar transmittance can be regulated by colouration of the glass.