Reagent & Waste Bottles & Carboys

Reagent & Waste Bottles & Carboys

Piedmont CMG has decades of experience in providing medical OEMs with customized bottles and carboys, simple to complex level sensing bottle assemblies, and bottle cap assemblies built to our customer’s exact specifications. These items are utilized in the Life Sciences industry which includes clinical chemistry, tissue analysis, DNA and RNA sequencing, pharmaceuticals and biopharmaceutical just to name a few. These items require multiple manufacturing processes including precision machining, skilled assembly, integrated electronics, continuity and functional testing, along with custom protective packaging.

A few of the most common uses for these items are the storage and dispersion of reagents and other chemicals, water and cleaning fluids, and the collection of waste liquids.

Reagent & Waste Water
Nalgene® Bottles & Carboys

An OEM’s design may require a modification to a plastic bottle or carboy such as drilling holes in the cap or perhaps marking or labeling the bottle in some way.

Reagent Bottle Assemblies

Custom Level-Sensing Reagent & Waste Water Bottles are manufactured to our customer’s exact specifications and they demonstrate Piedmont CMG’s full range of quality workmanship.

Bottle Caps

The Custom Level Sensing Bottle Cap Assemblies we manufacture at Piedmont CMG are generally not as complex as the complete level sensing bottle assemblies.

Level Sensors &
Float Switches

A Level Sensor or Float Switch (also known as a level switch) is typically required in Reagent Bottles or Cap Assemblies.

Integrated Electronics

Custom Level Sensing Bottle Assemblies and Bottle Cap Assemblies require Integrated Electronics to function.

Polymer Tubing for
Reagents & Waste Water

If your Custom Level Sensing Bottle Assembly or Bottle Cap Assembly design integrates some type of Polymer Tubing, Piedmont CMG can acquire, customize, thermoform, and assemble it.

Quick Disconnect Couplings Fittings & Connectors

When polymer tubing is integrated into designs for fluidic storage and transfer systems for the Life Sciences industry a method to connect individual modules and components in the system is required.