If you’re looking for a company that can pack your liquid products into ampoules, watch this video to learn how ReAgent can help.
As one of the leading chemical manufacturers in the UK, we provide custom packing services tailored to your needs. Continue reading to find out more about the ampoule filling services we offer.
What is the Ampoule Filling Video About?
To give you an idea of how we fill, seal and deliver our ampoules, we’ve gone behind the scenes at our Cheshire-based factory. Operated by a team of highly skilled and expert technicians, our cutting-edge equipment and facilities enable us to provide a high-quality, fast and competitively-priced service to suit your ampoule filling requirements.
In this video, you’ll:
- Learn how our glass ampoules are compatible with various types of liquids
- Understand how we protect liquids from airborne contaminants
- Discover the benefits of using glass ampoules instead of plastic ones
- Gain an insight into the sterile conditions in which ampoules are filled
- Find out how our modern facilities and state-of-the-art machinery enables us to facilitate a fast turnaround
- Hear about the different ordering options that are available.
You can choose from a wide range of packaging materials that are suitable for various types of chemicals, including flammable and corrosive chemicals.
Whether it’s for sample products, hazardous chemicals or medical training, our glass ampoules provide a safe and reliable packaging solution.
Watch the video below to take a peek behind the scenes or visit our website to read about our ampoule filling services in more detail.
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