Matching the Neck
To preserve products, the neck finish has to match the specifications of the glass product. The European system for this is called DIN, founded in Germany in 1917. DIN is then followed by a number, in this case 18, which is the standard size for dropper bottles in Europe.
Choosing Roll-on Balls
Roll-on balls are generally made from three materials, which are glass, stainless steel and plastic. The great advantage of glass is that it doesn’t react to the contents of the bottle, which makes it perfect for essential oils. While stainless steel is corrosion resistant and provides consistent quality for continued application. Lastly, plastic roll-on balls are the least expensive.
Choosing your roll-on caps and glass packaging is an important undertaking. It’s essential to make the best choice possible. If you have any questions or need additional information, we’re here to share our extensive experience and guide you wherever necessary. It will be our pleasure!
Matching Made Easier
We’ve ensured that it is easy for you to find the right glass products for each roll-on cap. When you click on a roll-on cap, you will then see an overview page. That contains all the information about the product but also, underneath, all the matching products.