Bottle Manufacture

Custom Glass Container Design From Concept To Delivery

The factory is located in Heze Industrial Park, China. More than 400,000 glass bottles are produced every day. Based on modern factory equipment and an experienced team of professionals

All of our products undergo strict quality control by manually inspecting every detail to control the finished bottle diameter, bottle size and glass thickness, ensuring that our products are safe to use. Increase user confidence

Superb Craftsmanship In Glass

3000+

Available styles

We currently have a large stock of generic bottle types in our warehouse, as well as a very large number of molds. We will fulfill your order very quickly!

400000+

Daily production

We are a group of companies and fast delivery is our aim! Our flexible manufacturing processes are all available to meet your glass container needs.

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Production Line

We are able to offer single or multiple production runs per year and have integrated single and double drop lines, which means we can customize production output to your needs.

Step-by-step manufacturing of glass bottles

1. Raw Materials

The primary raw materials for making glass bottles are silica sand, soda ash, limestone, and cullet (recycled glass). These materials are mixed in specific proportions to form a batch.

2. Glass Melting

The batch is then fed into a furnace, where it is melted at high temperatures (around 1700°C or 3092°F). The intense heat causes the raw materials to fuse together and form molten glass.

3. Blow Forming

Once the molten glass is ready, it is shaped into the desired bottle form using one of two primary forming methods: blow-and-blow or press-and-blow.

Blow-and-blow method: A gob of molten glass is dropped into a mold, and then air is blown into the gob to shape it against the mold.

4. Annealing and Conditioning

The formed glass bottles are gradually cooled in an annealing oven to relieve internal stresses and ensure uniform thickness. This controlled cooling process helps prevent the glass from becoming brittle.

5. Surface Treatment

After annealing, the glass bottles may undergo various surface treatments to enhance their properties. This may include coating, labeling, and decorating.

6. Quality Inspection

Quality control is an essential step in the manufacturing process. Automated inspection systems check for defects such as bubbles, cracks, or uneven thickness.

7. Packaging Type

Quality control is an essential step in the manufacturing process. Automated inspection systems check for defects such as bubbles, cracks, or uneven thickness.