|Material:||Glass||Industrial Use:||Pharmaceutical||Use:||Liquid Medicine|
|Sealing Type:||Screw Cap||Surface Handling:||Screen Printing||Place of Origin:||Sichuan China (Mainland)|
|Brand Name:||WZH||Model Number:||SS||Color:||Amber or Clear|
|Usage:||essential oil or pharmaceutical|
|Packaging Detail:||Package: 80pcs/Layer 3Layers/Case 240pcs/CTN|
|Delivery Detail:||4-5 weeks|
Clear boston round bottle
15ml, 30ml, 60ml, 120ml, 240ml,
1/2OZ, 1OZ, 2OZ, 4OZ, , 8OZ,
good quality and competitive price
A Boston round bottle, or Winchester bottle, is a strong and heavy bottle commonly used in the drug and chemical industries. It is often made of amber (brown) glass (to filter out UV light) but can also be made of plastics.
A "Boston round" has a cylidrical shape without a handle and a short curved shoulder. It is threaded for closing with a screw cap.
Boston round bottles, also called Boston rounds, are bottles with rounded shoulders and sides. They are normally made of plastic, but are also manufactured from glass. The bottles come in many different sizes, so they can be used to store beauty products, medicines, or cooking products, among other things. These bottles can be purchased in a variety of colors and with many different types of lids, so virtually any product can be placed them.
The necks of Boston round bottles are normally very straight. They begin to take a round form just below the neck, and the sides of the bottle are somewhat rounded as well. The bottoms of Boston rounds are flat so they hold themselves up well. Even though they have a rounded appearance, the bottles are not circular in shape. This is because they are typically long yet not excessively wide.
These bottles vary in size. A small Boston round might hold one to two ounces (29.6 to 59.1 ml) of liquid, while medium-sized containers could carry up to 4 ounces (118.3 ml). Larger bottles are usually designed to contain approximately 8 ounces (236.6 ml) of material.
Boston round bottles normally have a narrow mouth. This helps keep a great deal of liquid from being spilled if they do tip over. People who buy empty Boston rounds to hold cooking products or toiletries may find it helpful to use a funnel when filling them