Glass containers are containers of current use with the longest existence in the history of humanity. They are made of sand, sodium bicarbonate, boron oxide and other various additives used to give them color and resistance to physical and thermal shocks.
The manufacture and process of glass modeling is an occupation attested to by centuries in history and continues to be surrounded even today in a mysterious haze.
Although fragile, glass has a maximum degree of immunity to reactivity with most of the substances that are stored within a glass container. However, when considering large quantities and long-term storage of certain substances, we advise you to study in advance the storage conditions and the ability to interact with the product you intend to package in a glass container with the materials that come in the composition of the storage container chosen.