The key to glass bottle production and processing technology includes: initial processing of raw materials. Small pieces of raw materials (quartz sand, ammonium bicarbonate, dolomite, marble, etc.) are crushed to make the wet raw materials boring, and the copper-containing raw materials are terminated by the iron removal equipment to ensure the quality of laminated glass. Mutual mixing materials are prepared. Melting. The inter-mixing of laminated glass is heated in the tank furnace or tank furnace to terminate the high temperature (1550~1600 degrees), so that it has an average composition, no bubbles, and cuts into a desired liquid glass.
Formed. Put liquid glass into the abrasive tool to make FRP products with the requested appearance design, such as tablet computers, various containers, etc. Heat treatment. After quenching, heat treatment and other processing techniques, to eliminate or cause the in-situ stress, phase separation or crystallization in the laminated glass, and to modify the structure of the laminated glass, the first design plan is undoubtedly the production of abrasive tools, glass raw materials Quartz sand is the key raw material, and other auxiliary materials are melted into liquid at high temperature, and then introduced into abrasive tools, refrigerated, wounded, and quenched to form a glass bottle.
Glass bottles generally have rigidity markings, which are also made by the design of the abrasive tool. According to the manufacturing method, the forming of glass bottles can be divided into three types: manual service blowing, mechanical equipment blowing, and extrusion processing. Glass bottles can be divided into the following categories according to their ingredients: Soda glass, lead glass, borosilicate laminated glass, and the key raw materials of glass bottles are of course iron ore, artificial quartz stone, sodium hydroxide, dolomite and so on. Glass bottles have high-to-width ratio of light transmittance and corrosion resistance, and are not prone to changes in material characteristics when touched with most chemicals.
Its manufacturing and processing technology is cumbersome, its appearance can be varied freely, its strength is high, it is resistant to high temperature, it is clean, it is easy to settle, and it can be used repeatedly. As a packaging material, glass bottles are mainly used for food, oil, alcohol, beverages, seasonings, cosmetics and liquid chemical raw materials, etc., and they have a wide range of uses. However, glass bottles also have its disadvantages, such as net weight, higher transportation and storage costs, and non-impact resistance.