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Glass is a critical component of many life science industries, from pharmaceuticals and medical devices to food and beverage production. Glass has certain properties that make it the material of choice for many critical processes. 
For example, glass is impermeable to gases, making it ideal for storing and transporting pharmaceuticals and other products that are sensitive to oxygen or other gases.

Glass also does not interact with most substances, so it can be used to contain dangerous chemicals or carry out delicate experiments. And because glass is transparent, it allows scientists to see what is happening inside a container, making it an essential tool for observation and experimentation. 
While glassware plays a vital role in life science industries, it can be fragile and expensive to replace. That’s why proper care and handling is essential to prolonging the life of your glassware. 

  • Following these simple tips can help you get the most out of your investment:
  • Inspect your glassware before each use for cracks, chips, or other damage. Do not use damaged glassware, as this can endanger both you and your equipment.
  • When cleaning glassware, use only mild detergents and avoid harsh cleaners or scrubbing pads that could scratch the surface.
  • Be careful when using hot liquids or solutions with glass containers, as sudden changes in temperature can cause thermal shock and breakage. Allow containers to cool gradually before adding hot liquids.
  • Use caution when stacking glasses or storage containers on top of one another
  • weighted items could fall and break delicate items below
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