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Acids in Safebreak Bottles

Hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, and ortho-phosphoric acid in Safebreak bottle

Glass bottles are ideal for storing acids because they are inert and offer a long shelf life. The only disadvantage of glass is that it can break and cause serious injury, acid spills, contamination or consequential damage. Fortunately, you can avoid all this by using acids in Safebreak bottles.

Safebreak is a robust glass bottle coated with polyethylene (PE). Should the bottle fall and break, all acid and glass splinters are safely retained within the polyethylene coating, thus protecting you from any risk.

The Safebreak bottles are available in 3 different sizes: 0.5 liter, 1 liter and 2.5 liter.

Benefits

Safebreak Bottles
  • Safe: Should breakage occur, all acid and glass splinters are retained by the PE coating
  • Ecological: Thanks to the PE coating, Safebreak bottles can be recycled without affecting the environment
  • Durable: Same long shelf life as conventional glass bottles
  • Tightly closed: Safebreak bottles are fitted with our exclusive S40 screw cap made of PP with an integrated PTFE component
  • Economical: Just as recyclable as conventional glass bottles
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