Whether you need single-use 5ml plastic droppers or 1L HDPE glass bottles for hazardous chemicals, our chemical bottling service can accommodate a huge range of substances and packaging materials. We show you all the ins and outs of it in our latest video on chemical bottling, where you’ll get to see how we do things up-close and personal!
Behind-The-Scenes of Chemical Bottling
Our new video takes you behind-the-scenes of our manufacturing facility, showing you how our team of experts use state-of-the-art equipment to bottle different chemicals. Bottle filling equipment featured in the video include:
- Gravity-fed filling stations
- Pump-fed bottle filling equipment
- Peristaltic pumps
- Semi-automatic filling machines
- Volumetric filling equipment
We explain what kinds of substances we’re able to bottle, from corrosive acids and alkalis to volatile solutions. You’ll also get a glimpse of our range of packaging options so that you know exactly what to expect when you outsource your bottling needs to us.
What Makes Us Different?
The video goes on to highlight some of the features that make ReAgent’s chemical bottling service unique and industry leading – so you’ll want to give it a watch if you’d like to hear more about:
- Our bespoke bottle labelling service
- Securing bottling options that we don’t stock in our factory
- The full range of substances we’re able to handle
But the shining light of our chemical bottling service is our team of trained and knowledgeable experts, who are always on-hand to support you with technical advice so that you get nothing less than the highest quality product.
Watch our video now to understand how we do things!
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