When the glass bottle is produced, the workers in the team will first look at the general situation of the product, and then after a period of annealing, the workshop director is carefully checking the situation. The general situation is as follows, let us know about it.
Deformation of the glass bottle body: Because the bottle that the forming mold enters has not been completely shaped, at this time, the droplet temperature and the induction temperature are too high, which will often cause the glass bottle to collapse and deform. If the upper part of the bottle body is too heavy, it will be the same. Occasionally, if the bottom of the bottle is not cooled to a certain temperature, the traces of the conveyor belt will be printed, making the bottom of the bottle unyielding.
Glass bottle body markings: glass bottle manufacturers introduce that material markings are the most widespread problem of glass bottles. It can be extremely thin, and some can only be created in reflected light. The parts that are often produced are the bottle mouth, neck and shoulders, and there are often traces on the bottle body and bottom, which are caused by the temperature of the furnace at this time.
The thickness of the glass bottle is uneven: Assuming that the glass bottle manufacturer has an uneven temperature of the glass gob during the processing process, the part with high temperature has low viscosity and is easy to blow thin, and the part with low temperature has large resistance and is thicker. In addition, the mold temperature is not uniform. The glass on the high temperature side cools slowly and is easy to blow thinly, and the low temperature side is blown thick because the glass cools quickly.
The environment of glass bottle cracks: cracks have various shapes, some are creases, and some are very thin wrinkles. The primary reason for the occurrence is that the gob is too cold, the gob is too long, and the gob does not fall in the center of the preliminary mold. It is caused by adhesion on the cavity wall.
Bubbles: The bubbles produced by the glass bottle manufacturer during the forming process are often a few large bubbles or small bubbles that are gathered together. This is different from the uniformly distributed small bubbles of the glass itself.