Inspection Standards And Methods for Wine Bottles​ Mold Inspection First Part Inspection Process Inspection Full Inspection Wine Bottles​ Inspection Inspection Standards And Methods for Wine Bottles​ Mold Inspection First Part Inspection Process Inspection Full Inspection Wine Bottles​ Inspection
Inspection Standards And Methods for Wine Bottles​ Mold Inspection First Part Inspection Process Inspection Full Inspection Wine Bottles​ Inspection Inspection Standards And Methods for Wine Bottles​ Mold Inspection First Part Inspection Process Inspection Full Inspection Wine Bottles​ Inspection
Inspection Standards And Methods for Wine Bottles​ Mold Inspection First Part Inspection Process Inspection Full Inspection Wine Bottles​ Inspection Inspection Standards And Methods for Wine Bottles​ Mold Inspection First Part Inspection Process Inspection Full Inspection Wine Bottles​ Inspection
Inspection Standards And Methods for Wine Bottles​ Mold Inspection First Part Inspection Process Inspection Full Inspection Wine Bottles​ Inspection Inspection Standards And Methods for Wine Bottles​ Mold Inspection First Part Inspection Process Inspection Full Inspection Wine Bottles​ Inspection
Inspection Standards And Methods for Wine Bottles​ Mold Inspection First Part Inspection Process Inspection Full Inspection Wine Bottles​ Inspection Inspection Standards And Methods for Wine Bottles​ Mold Inspection First Part Inspection Process Inspection Full Inspection Wine Bottles​ Inspection
Inspection Standards And Methods for Wine Bottles​ Mold Inspection First Part Inspection Process Inspection Full Inspection Wine Bottles​ Inspection Inspection Standards And Methods for Wine Bottles​ Mold Inspection First Part Inspection Process Inspection Full Inspection Wine Bottles​ Inspection

Inspection Standards And Methods for Wine Bottles​ Mold Inspection First Part Inspection Process Inspection Full Inspection Wine Bottles​ Inspection

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Inspection standards and methods for wine bottles

The appearance and use of glass has a history of more than four thousand years, glass was first made by the ancient Egyptians. Later, in response to the needs of commodities, became industrial materials. In the 18th century, optical glass was made to suit the needs of telescopes. Later, with the demand of industrial development, various properties and uses of glass materials were produced. The glass bottle comes into being because of its packaging characteristics. In modern times, glass has been widely used in daily life, art, architecture and other fields.

Historically, wine bottles are often presented in front of the world in a simple style of "soy sauce bottle", glass material, less information and no emphasis on decoration. Nowadays, wine bottles are more and more colorful, there is a flourishing scene of flowers, and as a kind of culture, boarded the hall of elegance, become an important part of wine culture. While traditional wine bottles in the past focused on practicality, modern wine bottles are more artistic, thoughtful and scientific. Modern wine bottle is rich in connotation, which has gone beyond the concept of wine container, and has become a unique packaging art category and the carrier of elegant and vulgar culture.

Glass bottle inspection:

I. Mold inspection

1. Most manufacturers specializing in the production of glass wine bottles produce according to the molds provided by customers, or according to the newly opened molds of drawings and sample bottles. As for the key dimensions of molds that will affect the forming, they must communicate and negotiate with customers during mold opening to reach a consensus on the modification opinions of key dimensions.

2. All molds shall be equipped with the mouth mold, initial mold and finished mold when entering the factory, and shall be inspected according to the drawings or customer requirements.

Ii. First part inspection

1. It is in the mold after the machine before the fire, the production of the first 10 to 30 products, each mold pumping 2 to 3 products for size and specification inspection, inspection focus is the mouth height size; Orifice inside and outside diameter; Whether the lettering on the base is correct and clear; Is the bottle body pattern correct?

2. When the bottle just comes out of the defire line, the quality inspection monitor will limit the products of each mold to 2 -- 3, and test them in all aspects according to the drawings. The key point is that in addition to the above, the capacity measurement, material weight measurement, the inner and outer diameter of the mouth, when necessary, fill the bottle with water, use the customer's lid for physical assembly, and test whether it can be covered in place and whether it leaks. And make internal pressure, internal stress, acid and alkali resistance test.

Iii. Process inspection

1. Under the condition that the mold has not been changed, two pieces of each mold are pumped every 2 hours to test the capacity and weight of the material. In addition, the inner and outer diameters of the mouth should be tested.

2. New moulds may be replaced during the process because of moulds. Therefore, after the moulds are changed, the forming workshop shall immediately inform the quality inspection workshop, which must conduct the first part inspection and process inspection of the bottles made with the new moulds to prevent quality problems caused by missing inspection after the moulds are changed.

Iv. Full inspection

After the products come out of the annealing line, the quality inspection personnel (or the third party inspection) shall carry out the appearance inspection on all the products. The key points are:

(1) Bubble of the bottle: Bubble is the most common problem in the production of the glass bottle, and most quality inspection personnel can not grasp the size correctly. For example, bubble of the sealing surface of the bottle is not allowed to be more than 1mm; Bottle body: there are no more than 6 bubbles below 1mm within 1 square centimeter; There are no more than 3 bubbles of 1mm < 6mm, and the spacing is more than 20mm; Surface burst bubble is not allowed to have, it is difficult to grasp, only with different shapes of film comparison.

(2) Crooked neck: It is mainly caused by the dislocation between the mouth die and the forming die or the side of the mouth die is not completely placed on the forming die during the operation of the operator. It can be solved by correcting the operation of the operator. Even if it does not affect the fit of the lid, it also affects the appearance of the whole bottle.

(3) Oblique bottom: uneven material at the bottom, half of the thick, even more than half, affect the quality of the product, lower the grade of the bottom product.

(4) The thickness of the sealing line: it is not allowed for the sealing line to exceed the surface by 0.5mm, or even to have the feeling of scraping, especially on the sealing surface of the bottle mouth. The main reason is that the mold is not closed in place or wear, need to repair, grinding, polishing and combination.

(5) Material color: Generally speaking, the material color will not change greatly, unless the ingredients of the raw materials are changed, generally will not change, if there is a phenomenon of blue or blue, can adjust the formula for color removal.

(6) The inside and outside diameter of the mouth and the appearance of the concave mouth: the inside and outside diameter of the mouth and the door are the most prone to problems. Outer diameter: Because the mouth die is easy to stain with oil in use, resulting in small anti-slip teeth, the lid on the left and right slip, can not be tight; There is a concave mouth in the bottle mouth, and the inner plug of the lid can not be tightly inserted, which will lead to the leakage of wine, the main reason is that the material is too soft; Or the core-pulling speed is too fast after the material enters the initial mold, and the material is not completely formed. It is also possible that the core is too short, and it can be solved by appropriately lengthening the core.

(7) seat material (bottle skew) : the main reason is that the material is too red (the temperature is too high), not completely cooled, caused by the particle seat after molding, may also be formed out of the product is not in the center of the bottom caused by.

(8) Thin shoulder: Generally, square bottles are easy to appear. Because the mold design is so, it mainly depends on the soft material action and timing (material color) of the operator to prevent the dead Angle from running, which leads to thin arms, so that the inspection is difficult to grasp, and the damage is large during transportation or wine pouring and sales, resulting in losses. During the inspection, you can use a rubber hammer to gently tap the bladder, and immediately report any problems found so as to correct them.

(9) The bottle is not bright: the bottle is spotless, foggy, and the transparency is not good. The mold is mainly in the molding after the release agent, there is a layer of carbide on the inner surface, it can be polished.

(10) Hemp material: the hemp material on the bottle body is much, mainly because the furnace temperature in the pool is too low, the material is not fully cooked, or the feeding machine is too fast, which can reduce the machine speed, reduce the amount of material, ensure the solution temperature in the pool and other measures.

5. Random inspection in storage

The quality management personnel (or the third party inspection) shall sample the packed finished product batches to be stored in accordance with the AQL counting sampling plan. Sampling shall be carried out in all aspects (upper, middle and lower parts) as far as possible, and the qualified batches shall be inspected in strict accordance with the standards or customer requirements. The qualified batches shall be immediately stored, stacked neatly and marked clearly. The unqualified batch shall be immediately marked, quarantined and required to be reworked for disposal until it is qualified by random inspection.

Vi. Inspection of roasted flower processing bottles

1. Color rered: the main reason is that the temperature is too high, the speed of the net belt is too slow, and the color remover is caused by the reduction reaction.

2. Poor adhesion of flowery paper: in addition to the material of flowery paper itself, it is mainly caused by low temperature. Because of different materials of flowery paper, the temperature required for the baking of flowers is not the same, therefore, the baking of flowers must be adjusted.

3. Flower paper foam: There are many holes in the bottle flower paper baked out. The reason is that after pasting the flower paper, the bubble in the flower paper is not brushed off, or the surface of the flower paper is not dry, and the flower is baked immediately. To have baked flowers but unqualified products can be scraped with dilute hydrochloric acid, re - decal baking can be.

4. Mixed packaging of different degrees: Because the bottle type is identical and the number of degrees of the floral paper is different, it is easy to mix bottles of different degrees when decaling, baking, inspecting and packaging, leading to customer complaints and quality accidents.

Pre-production Inspection (PPI)

A visual check on the quality of components, materials, and accessories at the beginning of production against clients' specifications and/or reference sample. The PPI thus permits timely corrections and improvements before the mass cargo will be manufactured, any non-conformity is immediately reported so as to avoid delay in shipment. In general, we will check the following aspects for PPI:
Evaluate the production status during the manufacturing process
Randomly inspect the finished samples on-site and compare them with your product spec
According to the evaluated status of finished and semi- finished samples, rearrange the QC layout in the factory.
Evaluate the packing details and packing material
Check the accuracy of production equipments and disposal methods for defective goods

100% inspection (Full Inspection)

When the merchandise is 100% completed, we will check the quality of goods unit by unit, which covers product description, style &color, workmanship, quality, function, label, package, size measurement if available etc, to make sure 100% of the goods meet your specified quality requirement. Note: for those products of high value or complicated internal structure, we suggest to take full inspection.

Container Loading Supervision (CLS)

Before loading, our inspector will check products' information, qty, package, during the course of loading, our inspectors will keep closely look at the loading process, ensure that the export cartons are well arranged in the container with no risks of deformation, collapse, help manufacturer finish loading under correct and clear working clauses and working process. In general:
Record the weather/arrival time of container/No./truck No Check the inner/outer condition to see if there is any
damage/wet/hole/peculiar smell Check the qty of goods loaded and record the condition of outer packaging(master cartons/pallets).Randomly draw and open some cartons to verify that the goods meet with clients' specification Supervise the whole loading process.Seal the container with the custom's seal and unique quality inspection's seal Record the seal No. and departure time of container.

Random Inspection

(Pre-production Random Inspection, During Production Random Inspection, Pre-shipment Random Inspection) As per customer's quality requirement, we will sample the products according to international or other standards to inspect the packing, appearance, color, size, function, safety, etc.
Purpose of Pre-production Random Inspection: To help know the production status & raw material quality and avoid any mistake on quality standard, order quantity and make sure that the order is arranged;
Purpose of During Production Random Inspection: To help know the production status & product quality during production and avoid any mass quality problem & abnormal production situation;
Purpose of Pre-shipment Random Inspection: To know the finished products quality & quantity and avoid any mass quality problem & shortage shipment.

What do our QC inspectors (quality inspector) do for the inspections ?

1. Confirm the quantity of the products.

2. Confirm the packing detail information of the products.

3. Check the information or marks reqiured by clients, such as the information on the carton, information on gift box, information
on products, warning text and all the others.

4. Check the overall appearance of the product.

5. Check the conmponents of the products.

6. Perform the general tests.
(1) General function test.
(2) Dimension of packing or products.
(3) Gross weight or net weight.
(4) Carton drop test.
(5) Barcode number test.

7. List all the defects of products found during the inspection.

8. Any other work that clients want us to do during the inspection.


1.Why do I need shipment inspections or factory audits?
In case of any Poor quality, incorrect shipments, unreal information from suppliers. Inspection is the most efficient way to protect buyer’s right.

2.How to start the inspection?
(1)Book an Service 2-3 days in advance.
(2)Pay us the cost before inspection.
(3)Start inspection/audit work on the booked date.
(4)Send you reports within 24 hours after inspection.
(5)Continuing Services after inspection

3.What information does the inspection report include?
Our written reports are very detailed, including accurate description of all defects and inconsistencies, statistic analysis based
on the highly recognized AQL standard and plentiful spot pictures for illustration.A written report + Original pictures will provided within 12hours after inspection.

4.How can I get a rapid quotation?

Getting a rapid quotation should have a complete condition,such as gross weight size,quantity and where is the factory and where will it ship to."

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