Bettix twin neck bottles are useful for packaging several pharmaceutical and industrial fluids. Impact-resistant bettix bottles ship well and maintain their structure during prolonged storage. Made from HDPE, these plastic bottles are a recyclable and cost-effective form of packaging for hand soaps, pharmaceuticals, lubricants, and cleaning fluids.

Bettix Bottles for Bulk Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals

This style bottle is used to package chemicals, pesticides, industrial cleaners, automotive oil, and other undiluted liquids in bulk. Plastic bettix containers are durable and shatter-resistant and can withstand sub-zero temperatures without cracking. Unlike some other industrial and chemical bottles, HDPE plastic bettix bottles don't support hermetic sealing. Durable HDPE bettix containers are available in a natural color, and with dual or single necks. When choosing caps, a variety of threaded and snap-top types can be used. Some bettix bottles come with caps, depending on the model. 

Bettix Twin Neck Bottles for Measuring Options

Bettix twin neck bottles have an open neck on one side, and a squeeze-fill measuring chamber on the other. These bottles allow consumers to do a direct pour from one opening, then a measured dose from the squeeze-fill chamber for mixing or blending purposes. Some twin neck bottles feature graduated markings that help with precise measuring. Single neck bettix bottles have one neck with a squeeze-fill chamber, a good solution for liquids that use small amounts of product at a time.

Benefits of Plastic Bettix Bottles With Child-Resistant Capable Closures

Unlike most plastic bottles, plastic bettix bottles contain inner chambers for measuring undiluted product. The squeeze-fill measuring system helps prevent unnecessary waste and spillage. Using child-resistant capable screw caps on leak-resistant bettix containers helps build brand trust through responsible packaging. Additionally, lined caps and closures can prevent foreign materials and moving air from altering the composition of chemicals and medications. 

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