SCHOTT Ampoules AC

1 May 2015 | Hannah Hogan

SCHOTT Ampoules AC feature an ink which is contaminated with luminescent nanoparticles. This ink, which is traditionally used in the code rings of ampoules to help identify the drug product contained can now also help distinguish real drug product against counterfeits. 

Undistinguishable from existing code rings, which are easily copied, the luminescent nanoparticles can be seen using a small detector, therefore confirming the product is genuine. This way stakeholders ranging from pharmacies to customs authorities will be able to quickly establish whether a drug is authentic.

SCHOTT Ampoules AC is available for full production quantities on the complete range of ampoule shapes, sizes and opening options.