Vial 20

Vial 20

Product Specs

Neck:18 ROPP
Capacity:20 ml
Weight:8.7 g
Dimensions:Ø: 21 mm / H: 95 mm

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The 20ml Vial has an 18mm tamper-evident neck and can be used for a huge and diverse range of gifting, shots, dressings, sprinkles and diagnostic kits.


About the Vial Series: 

Vials have an 18mm tamper-evident neck and are suitable for many different uses across Beverage, Personal Care, Household and Healthcare ranges.

Ranging in size from 10ml to 60ml these vials/tubes are perfect for products such as alcohol, collagen and recovery shots, single serve dressings and oils, glitters, beads and sequins, Personal Care miniatures such as bath salts and crystals or food tolerance diagnostic kits.

This is an industry standard food grade PET Bottle. Furthermore, the material is BPA, BPS and BPF free and has good chemical resistance.

  • – Available in rPET
  • – Available in custom colours
  • – BPA, BPS, BPF, MOSH and MOAH free
  • – UV barrier available
  • – Oxygen barrier available
  • – Cold-fill
  • – Compatible for induction heat sealing (IHS)
  • – Delivered to suit your filling schedule

Tubes can be made from rPET, a mix of rPET and PET or pure PET.


About PET & rPET:

PET is a strong and 100% recyclable plastic. PET is one of the few plastic materials with the ability to look crystal clear like glass while retaining the features of plastics (lightweight, shatterproof etc.). This means that your product will be presented in the most luxurious way while protecting the contents safely. rPET is recycled PET and has many of the same properties as virgin PET, however it might have a slightly different hue due to the PCR (post-consumer recyclate) used.  You can learn more about rPET here.

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