Glass bottle production line

Let’s start glass bottle made!Jingbo Glass has 8 production lines in operation, with super flint glass material, to meet orders for high quality bottles

1.Gathering the Raw Materials

The raw materials used to make glass bottles include sand, soda ash, limestone, and other minerals. These materials are sourced from suppliers and are delivered to the glass manufacturing plant.

Gathering the Raw Materials

2.Mixing the Raw Materials

The raw materials are then weighed and mixed in a large vat according to a specific formula. This formula determines the type of glass that will be produced, such as clear, green, or amber.

Mixing the Raw Materials

3.Melting the Raw Materials

The mixture of raw materials is then melted in a furnace, typically at temperatures around 2,700°F (1,500°C). This process takes several hours to ensure that the raw materials are thoroughly melted and homogenized.

Melting the Raw Materials

4.Forming the Glass

The melted glass is then poured into molds that are designed to produce specific bottle shapes. The molds are closed and the glass is allowed to cool and solidify. This process is known as “forming.”

GLASS BOTTLE MADE

5.Annealing

Once the glass has solidified, it is removed from the mold and placed into a kiln for annealing. This is a controlled cooling process that helps to relieve any internal stresses in the glass.

Annealing

6.Inspecting and Packaging

Once the glass has cooled, the bottles are inspected for any defects or blemishes. Those that pass the inspection are then packaged and shipped to customers.

Inspecting and Packaging

7.Labeling and Decorating

Before the bottles are sold, they may be labeled with a brand or other product information, or decorated with custom designs. This can be done through a variety of methods, including screen printing, hot stamping, or labeling machines.

Screen Printing

At this step, the glass bottle made. We have experts to control the details of each process. Perfect on-time delivery of your order

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