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31720007

GLASS BOTTLE: 200ML Flint GLASS FLASK WITH 28-350 TAMPER EVIDENT NECK FINISH

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3,828

31720007

GLASS BOTTLE: 200ML Flint GLASS FLASK WITH 28-350 TAMPER EVIDENT NECK FINISH

SPECIFICATIONS

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Size
200.00 ML
Overflow Capacity
210.00 ml
Neck Diameter
28.00
Neck Finish
350 TAMPER EVIDENT
Material
GLASS
Color
Flint
Shape
FLASK
Item Weight
215.00 g
Item Height
6.30 in
Item Length
1.30 in
Item Width / Diameter
3.20 in

Packing Details

Packing Method
12 Pack Carton with Partitions
Carton Count
12
Carton Weight
7.00
Carton Dimension (L)
9.50
Carton Dimension (W)
6.50
Carton Dimension (H)
7.00
Carton / Pallet
319
Pallet Dimension (W)
41.70 IN
Pallet Dimension (L)
48.00 IN
Pallet Dimension (H)
84.00 IN
Product Notes

This flask bottle is ideal for beverage application, with temper evident ring feature that accepts a wide variety of temper evident caps. Neck fill is 190ml (6.3 fl oz) and brim fill is 200ml (6.6 fl oz). 

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