1/2 Oz Containers

Among our selection in the 1/2 oz category we stock:

  • Flint (clear) boston round glass
  • Amber boston round glass
  • 15cc glass
  • Boston round pastic made from low density polyethylene
  • Regular wall injection molded plastic jars
  • Thick wall injection molded plastic jars

 

 1/2 Oz Glass

Consider our boston rounds for liquids such as essential oils, vanilla extract, aromatherapy oils, massage oils and chemicals.  The amber glass is good for light sensitive liquids by helping to block UV rays.  Their rounded shoulders and narrow screw necks help you to pour more accurately.  Choose from black phenolic cone caps with low density polyethylene cones or glass droppers with rubber bulbs (phenolic cap and dropper for 1/2 glass shown below – more cap choices can be found by clicking on link at bottom of page).

A sample of cap choices for boston round glass

1/2 Oz Plastic Bottle

Our 1/2 ounce boston round bottle is made from low density polyethylene.  This bottle is also commonly referred to as a squeeze bottle.  Low density polyethylene is lightweight, stress crack resistant and great for squeeze applications.  A full list of caps can be found below, however, for convenience, we have listed the spouted cap directly below the bottle.

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1/2 Oz Plastic Jars

Regular Wall Injection Molded Jars

Our regular wall injection molded jars can be found with a 33 400 and 43 400 opening and 3 different material choices – clear polystyrene, clarified polypropylene and white polypropylene.

Thick Wall Injection Molded Jars

Our thick wall injection molded jars can be found with a 43 400 and 53 400 opening, and 3 different material choices – clear polystyrene, clarified polypropylene and white polypropylene.

 

 

Our selection of caps can be found here.

 

 

 

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