Glass Bottle Production Process

Glass bottle production process


Glass bottle production process


First, the mold must be designed and manufactured. The glass raw material is quartz sand as the main raw material, and other auxiliary materials are melted into a liquid state at high temperature. Then the essential oil bottle is injected into the mold, cooled, cut, and tempered to form a glass bottle. Glass bottles generally have a rigid sign, and the sign is also made of a mold shape. The molding of glass bottles can be divided into three types: artificial blowing, mechanical blowing and extrusion molding. Glass bottles can be divided into the following categories according to the composition: First, the second glass is the lead glass, and the third glass is the boron glass.



The main raw materials for glass bottles are natural ore, quartz stone, caustic soda, and limestone. Glass bottles have a high degree of transparency and corrosion resistance, and no changes in material properties occur in contact with most chemicals. Its manufacturing process is simple, free-form design, hardness, heat, clean, easy to clean, and can be used repeatedly. As a packaging material, glass bottles are mainly used for food, oil, alcoholic beverages, condiments, cosmetics, and liquid chemical products, and have a wide range of uses. However, glass bottles also have their disadvantages such as high weight, high transportation and storage costs, and impaired impact.