Diary output ~1.5 millions including hundreds of types, such as Beer Bottles, Beverage Bottles, Glass Jars, Food Containers, Water Bottles, Juice Mixers, etc. We have long term cooperation with many famous companies all over the world, such Budweiser, Saxco International, Bruni Glass, Qingdao Beer, etc.
How to Make GlassMaking glass is a very ancient process, with archaeological evidence of glass making dating back to before 2500 BC. Once a rare and prized art, manufacturing glass has become a common industry. Glass products are used commercially and in the home as containers, insulators, reinforcing fiber, lenses and decorative art. While the materials used to make them may vary, the general process for how t.. Learn More
How is glass madeArtwork: Glassmaking simplified: mix and heat sand and recycled glass with calcium carbonate and sodium carbonate.When US scientists tested a prototype of the atomic bomb in the New Mexico desert in 1945, the explosion turned the sand in the immediate area of the impact into glass Learn More
PasteurizationPasteurization relies on the principle that most harmful bacterial can be killed by heat. The most effective way to kill bacteria is boiling, but this compromises the flavor of the liquid.Pasteurization strikes a happy medium, keeping the flavor delicious while making the food safer. In addition to minimizing the risk of sickness, pasteurization also makes foods more shelf stable and less likely t.. Learn More
What is the Difference between Soda-lime Glass and Borosilicate Glass?Borosilicate glass is an “engineered “glass developed specifically for use in laboratories and applications where thermal, mechanical and chemical conditions are too harsh for standard, household-type.. Learn More
What's the Difference Between Glasses and Crystal?During special occasions, it is customary to drink wine, champagne, and other alcoholic beverages to celebrate. It is common to bring out the wine glasses or the crystal and raise a toast to newlyweds, to successful projects, and new beginnings, among others. For the average Learn More
The cork using specificationThe following is from a cork manufacturer. Important Information for Natural Cork Use 1. Store corks at ~70 F for at least 24 hours before use. 2. Bottles should be left upright at ~70 F for a minimum of 2 hours after corking. 3. Fill level. There should be 15 mm of headspace between the bottom of the cork and the wine. Learn More