The Roetell glass defects inspection checks the finish of the glass containers and gives the detailed report on all possible defects, including the photo and the standard name of the defect. Want to know what the exact elements inspected by Roetell are? Check out our main checklist of the finish defects.
A good container is a container that will go through the client’s filling line without causing any difficulties, and will also have the quality to safely carry his product to the consumer. Therefore, before a container is released for sale from the glass plant, it is essential that it successfully passes an inspection of functional standards set to meet the customer's needs.
|Appearance inspection||No burrs, cracks, tear and chipped finish|
|Cadmium(Cd)||≤ 0.25 mg/L|
|Lead(Pb)||≤ 0.5 mg/L|
|Arsenic(As)||≤ 0.15 mg/L|
|Antimony(Sb)||≤ 0.5 mg/L|
Producing quality bottles is a team effort requiring the joint support of the line operators, cleaning and changeover crews, and manufacturing/packaging management. Our inspection technologies provide accurate data readings, and they are backed up by the sharp senses of our inspectors, allowing us to faithfully meet your specifications.
We help you avoid the pitfalls to deliver the quality and value your glass bottle and jar need, on-time and on-budget.Contact Roetell