Glass Bottles Are Traditional Chinese Beverage Packaging Materials, And Laminated Glass Is Also A Milestone Packaging Product

June 17, 2021

Glass bottles are traditional Chinese beverage packaging materials, and laminated glass is also a milestone packaging product. When many packaging products flood into the sales market, glassware still occupies a key influence in beverages, which is closely related to the packaging characteristics that other packaging products cannot replace.

As a packaging product, glass bottles are mainly used for food, oil, wine, beverages, seasonings, skin care products and liquid chemical products. The main characteristics of glass bottles are non-toxic and odorless; fully transparent, beautiful and generous, good high barrier, poor air permeability, rich and colorful raw materials, high quality and low price, and can be used for several capital turnover. Glass bottles have the advantages of high temperature resistance, pressure resistance, and cleaning resistance. They can be sterilized at high temperatures and can be stored at ultra-low temperatures. However, glass bottles also have their drawbacks, such as net weight, increased transportation and storage costs, and non-impact resistance. The key raw materials for glass bottles are pure natural iron ore, artificial quartz stone, sodium hydroxide, dolomite and so on. The glass bottle has high definition, corrosion resistance, and the raw material characteristics are always unchanged when touched with most chemicals.

The glass bottle manufacturing process is simple, the shape design can be changed at will, high strength, high temperature resistance, cleaning, easy to clean, and can be reused many times. The first thing to do is to design a plan to produce the mold shell. The raw material of the glass bottle is quartz sand as the key raw material, and other auxiliary materials are melted into a liquid state at a high temperature, and then the essential oil bottle is introduced into the mold, refrigerated, wounded, and quenched to produce a glass bottle. Glass bottles generally have rigidity markings, and the markings are also mock-like. The forming of glass bottles can be divided into mechanical blowing and extrusion according to the manufacturing method.