1. Injection and puncture equipment
For example: disposable sterile syringes, venous blood collection needles, intravenous indwelling needles, disposable biopsy needles, etc.
2. Medical sanitary materials and dressings
such as: Gelatin sponge, biological protein glue, hemostatic sponge, gauze pad, skim gauze piece, medical cotton ball, gauze bandage, medical splint, surgical gown, breathable tape, protective clothing, medical mask, etc. . . . . .
3. Medical suture materials
For example: absorbable sutures, non-absorbable sutures, medical zippers, etc.
4. Medical polymer materials
For example: disposable infusion sets, blood collection devices, Anesthesia kits, chest drainage tubes, urinary catheters, tracheal intubation tubes, gastric tubes, examination gloves, drainage bags, etc.
Medical glass can generally be loaded with medicines for a long time, and it is not a medical consumable.
There is a listed company called Shandong Pharmaceutical Glass. You can check its information.
Building materials photovoltaic glass: CSG A, Yaopi Glass, Jinjing Technology
Automobile float glass: Fuyao Glass, Luoyang Glass, Jinjing Technology
Pharmaceutical glass packaging: Shandong Pharmaceutical Glass
Electric film glass: Fangxing Technology
Special glass, mounting glass: Stainless steel glass
Glassware: Deli Co., Ltd.
Appliance glass: Xiuqiang Co., Ltd.
Ompi Pharmaceutical Packaging
Shandong Medicine Glass
. . .
SCHOTT Germany presented its innovative glass and lighting solutions and future-oriented energy technology in the German Pavilion, and demonstrated their innovative ideas to the Chinese public. On May 19th, Professor Udo Ungeheuer, Chairman of the Management Committee of SCHOTT AG, accompanied the delegation of the German Federal President Horst Koehler to visit China again.
"For the SCHOTT Group, it is a great honour to be able to meet the German President and his delegation at the German Pavilion Day." Wood Ungerhal, Chairman of the Board of SCHOTT AG Professor (UdoUngeheuer) said, “President Koehler was clearly impressed by the large number of SCHOTT products used in the German Pavilion. We believe that we can actively participate in the construction of the German Pavilion and display our products and products in it. Technology is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to show the world’s excellent products and technologies. We also hope to show the Chinese people and the world: We are an innovative German company that actively explores the international market."
DURAN®An important feature of borosilicate glass is excellent heat resistance, so it is particularly suitable for laboratory utensils.
High temperature resistance and thermal shock resistance during heating
The maximum operating temperature that DURAN® borosilicate glass can withstand is 500°C. At temperatures above 525°C, the glass begins to soften and begins to change from a solid state to a viscous fluid state. DURAN® glass not only has strong resistance to chemical corrosion, but also has a very low coefficient of thermal expansion, so it is resistant to thermal shock. The thermal shock resistance of DURAN® glass is more than three times that of ordinary glass, which means that it can withstand any change from heat to cold (up to Dt = 100K). The linear expansion coefficient of DURAN® glass (20/300°C) is 3.3*10-6/K. Any pressure generated in the glass will not break. For example, pouring boiling water into a DURAN® glass container will not break the container.
Stability at refrigerated temperature
DURAN® glass can also be cooled to the maximum limit of sub-zero temperature, which means that DURAN® is also suitable for use in liquid air (about -192°C). Under normal circumstances, the recommended operating conditions are within the range of -70°C, and under extreme low temperatures, please pay attention to the operation as far as possible so that the temperature difference does not exceed 100K. When placing frozen substances in the DURAN® test bottle or DURAN® test tube, the maximum capacity is limited to 3/4, and placed at 45°C.
Use in microwaves
DURAN® is also suitable for use in microwaves
Optical properties of SCHOTT DURAN® borosilicate glass SCHOTT DURAN® borosilicate glass has no special absorption in the visible spectrum. So the appearance of DURAN® is clear and colorless. The absorption of DURAN® is extremely small in the spectral range of approximately 310-2200 nm. If you are in contact with light-sensitive materials during use, the glass surface can be colored with a transitional color to brown, so that it can absorb light in the short-wave region well, and the absorption limit of colored glass is about 500 nm.
In the photochemical process, the light transmission of DURAN® glass in the ultraviolet region is of special significance. The degree of transmission in the ultraviolet region can indicate photochemical reactions, such as chlorination and sulfochlorination reactions. The absorption range of chlorine molecules is within 280-400 nm, so it can be used as a carrier of radiant energy.
The chemical properties of SCHOTT DURAN® borosilicate glass SCHOTT DURAN® borosilicate glass has better chemical resistance than most metals and other materials, and can withstand temperatures exceeding 100°C. Even under the influence of water and acid, only a very small amount of monovalent ions are filtered out by the glass, so a thin, fine pore silicic acid film is formed on the surface of the glass to inhibit the corrosion of further chemical reactions. DURAN® glass resists corrosion by water, neutral and acid salt solutions, strong acids and their mixtures, as well as chlorine, bromine, iodine and organic substances. Only when it comes into contact with hydrofluoric acid, fluoride-containing solutions such as ammonium fluoride, overheated phosphoric acid and strong alkali solutions, and gradually strengthened and continuously heated, the glass surface will be corroded to a certain extent.