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characteristics of glass packaging containers

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The main characteristics of glass packaging containers are:

non-toxic, tasteless; transparent, beautiful, good barrier, airtight, rich and common raw materials,

low price, and can be used repeatedly. It has the advantages of heat resistance, pressure resistance

and cleaning resistance. It can be sterilized at high temperature and stored at low temperature.

Because of its many advantages, it has become the preferred packaging material for many beverages,

such as beer, fruit tea, jujube juice, etc.

Glass packaging materials and containers have many advantages:

1. The glass material has good barrier performance, which can well prevent the invasion of oxygen and other gases

on the content, and can also prevent the volatile components of the content from volatilizing to the atmosphere

2. The glass bottle can be used repeatedly to reduce the packaging cost

Three. The glass can easily change the color and transparency;

Four. The glass bottle is safe and sanitary, has good corrosion resistance and acid resistance, and is suitable for the

packaging of acid substances (such as vegetable juice drinks, etc.)

Five. In addition, the glass bottle is suitable for the production of automatic filling production line.

There are many kinds of glass bottles, ranging from small bottles with a capacity of 1ml to large bottles with a capacity

of more than ten liters, from round, square, to shaped and handled bottles, from colorless and transparent amber, green,blue, black shading bottles and opaque opaque opacified glass bottles, etc. In terms of manufacturing technology, glass bottles are generally divided into two categories: molding bottles (using model bottles) and tube bottles (using glass tube bottles).The molding bottle is divided into two categories: the big mouth bottle (the diameter of the bottle mouth is more than 30mm)and the small mouth bottle. The former is used to hold powder, block and paste articles, while the latter is used to hold liquid.