A vial is a small, closable tube that can be used in many different industries. They can also be used as vessels for scientific samples. There are many industries where it is highly used. The question is what industries commonly use it
A vial can either be used for basic household chores or for pill bottles in the medical industry, cold creams in the cosmetic industry. There is always a vial used in a laboratory. It is used for specimens collected, including body fluids to soil samples. A vial is ideal to be used for these types of samples. There is hardly anything else that can compete with its use.
A vial can be used in Aromatherapy because essential oils can be stored in it. The use of aromatherapy has increased further increasing the use of many different oils. The vial plays a very important role because each one of the oils must be properly labeled and stored. A vial can also be a space saver because of its size.
The vial plays a vital role in the cosmetics industry. It can be seen commonly used on cosmetic counters in department stores nationwide. A Vialâ€™s usage can range from storing oils, lip balms, face creams, and make-up foundation. Of course a vial is used for perfume samples. They mostly are placed in either clear or frosted vial, which makes them very distinguishable.
A vial is most commonly associated with the medical industry. This association is due to the need for specimen collection, diagnostics, and the transport of these items. In other situations, a vial may be used for swabs, biopsies and for fluid specimens. However, the collection of specimens and fluids are not limited to the medical industry. Law enforcement forensic laboratories use the vial for the same reasons. They use them to collect evidence that will assist them in solving crimes.
Regardless of the use or need, a vial can be customized to fit the requirements of the desired use. With this many potential uses, Pacific Vial offers more than 150 different variations on the vial, from size to color. Dimensions vary with eight different diameters each with multiple lengths to hold various numbers of ounces. All vials are sold without caps, but a cap with a built-in seal is available for all sizes.
The use and industry determine the type, size, and other specifications of the vials. Contact Pacific Vial to get started customizing your vials. (877)708-8425