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Despite the widespread use of plastic containers, glass bottles for bottling and storing various liquids are still in demand among consumers. This is facilitated several important advantages of such containers: drinks bottled in glass bottles have a more presentable appearance; bottled liquids can be stored for a long time without losing useful properties; glass container manufacturing technology makes it possible to create an individual bottle for the customer, for a particular drink, with a variety of shapes and designs. Glass bottles for storing and serving alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, juices, lemonades, mineral water, olive oil, other food liquids. Glass bottles of several colors are used for beer: transparent, brown and green.
A bottle made of dark green, olive and colorless glass is used to store wine and champagne. Cognac, vodka, tinctures for alcohol, juices, soft drinks are poured into bottles made of colorless glass. Vegetable oils are stored in bottles of colorless, milky and dark green glass. Bottles are usually available in capacities ranging from 50 ml to 1000 ml. Glass bottles are made in form-sets, where broken glass and charge are fed - a dry mixture of materials such as quartz sand, technical soda, sodium nitrate, alumina and some others. Glass melting temperature does not exceed 1500°C for complete dissolution of the initial mixture. The color and quality of glass depends on the proportion of components in the charge. The glass mass cooled to a certain temperature is fed to molding machines that give the bottles a given shape. The finished bottle undergoes additional annealing to relieve residual stress, which increases its safety. Then the bottles are sprayed with a special compound to prevent scratches and abrasions during their transportation. After scanning the products in the quality control area, the bottles are ready for shipment to consumers.
Please note that glass cannot be exchanged or returned.