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Advancing Chemical Packaging Excellence

Industrial and chemical packaging demands specialized design to withstand large dimensions and hazardous contents, ensuring durability and secure sealing throughout the supply chain.

Common Types of Chemical Packaging





The Process of Chemical Packaging Manufacturing

Materials Selection
Common materials include plastics, metals, and glass, each offering different levels of chemical resistance and durability.

Container Design
Each design must meet the specific requirements of the chemical it will contain, such as size, shape, and sealing mechanisms. Other factors considered should include ease of handling, transportation, and storage.

Quality Control
Long before they reach the market, chemical packaging products undergo rigorous testing for chemical compatibility, strength, and integrity.

Certain products use specialized manufacturing processes, such as blow molding, metal forming, and glass blowing for plastic, metal, and glass containers, respectively.

Labeling and Packaging
Labels hold important information about the product’s name, any hazard warning, and handling instructions. Proper packaging keeps items secure during transport and storage.

Regulatory compliance
Standards and regulations have a significant impact on requirements for chemical packaging processes, including labeling, transportation, and disposal.

ILT’s Chemical Packaging Solutions

With decades of experience, ILT collaborates with top chemical packaging firms on custom designs for bulk packaging and end-user needs, prioritizing material compatibility for chemical resistance and long-term storage to ensure an inert barrier to prevent contamination or leakage. Our expertise in this field allows us to provide innovative solutions tailored to your specific requirements.

Chemical Packaging Regulations

Government bodies such as the EPA and OSHA establish regulations for chemical packaging, ensuring safe handling, storage, transportation, and disposal. Compliance is mandatory to protect workers, the public, and the environment from potential hazards associated with chemicals.

Frequently Asked Questions

Chemical containers come in various sizes, from small bottles and jars to large drums and totes. The type of container you need will depend on the chemical stored and how much you will keep in storage.

Most regulatory entities have a website you can visit to see the latest standards and guidelines for your industry. Alternatively, if you are looking for a specific piece of legislation regarding a type of product or practice, it is possible to find public and private laws on the internet, order them from the Senate or House of Representatives (for the U.S.), or consult a library for copies.

Proper disposal procedures must be observed to reduce the risk of hazardous waste entering the environment. 

Some containers may be recycled, but not all. Those that can be recycled must be thoroughly cleaned or treated.  

Containers can be reused with proper sanitation and sterilization between uses, and only with compatible chemicals.

Some options include  using recyclable materials, minimizing packaging waste, and choosing materials with a lower environmental impact, such as biodegradable or compostable options.

Innovative trends in chemical packaging include the use of sustainable materials, smart packaging technology, and improved safety features.

Integrated Liner Technology products are manufactured in the USA and distributed across the world. Contact us now to find your nearest distributor.