Qinhuangdao Ruiquan Glassware Co., LTD，As a Chinese distributor in the global glassware supply chain, we strive to provide three core values to our customers: quality products, cost-effective price, and responsiveness to customer demands. The first value offered is quality assurance. We strongly believe that reliability is at core when it comes to supplying glassware. As a result, all of our products are sourced from well-known glassware manufacturers, who have attained ISO 9000 certification. In addition, we also employed many well-trained quality control agents, who work closely with the suppliers to further guarantee product quality. Secondly, cost-effectiveness is achieved by our low-cost business model. As the direct distributor of glassware manufacturers, there is no middleman, thus no unnecessary mark-up involved! We also offer two distribution methods, either by deliveries/pick-ups from our warehouse or by direct container fulfillment from the manufacturers in China – another cost effective approach to suit your needs. Thirdly, with the knowledge and understanding of North American wine industry accumulated in the last decade, we have developed our unique forecasting procedures to ensure we can supply what is needed and when it’s needed by our customers.
Glass packaging container
Professional packaging design
Long term cooperative customers
A wide range of business
Products include wine bottles, beer bottles, foreign wine bottles, food cans, glass wine glasses and other glass packaging containers
On demand customization
Provide and design all kinds of white box and color box packaging, and can provide various forms of bulk packaging to meet the different needs of customers
Perfect service system
If you have any questions about our products, you can contact our customer service at any time, and we will solve your problems quickly
Many long-term partners
Deep cooperation with many domestic well-known glass packaging product manufacturing enterprises in Hebei, Hunan, Shandong, Guangdong and other places
Type and use characteristics of glass bottles
Glass bottle is the main packaging container in food, medicine and chemical industry. They have good chemical stability; Easy to seal, good air tightness, transparent, and the condition of the contents can be observed from the outside; Good storage performance; The surface is bright and clean, which is convenient for disinfection and sterilization; Beautiful appearance and colorful decoration; It has certain mechanical strength and can withstand the pressure in the bottle and the external force during transportation; It has the advantages of wide distribution of raw materials and low price. Its disadvantages are large mass (large ratio of mass to capacity), brittleness and fragility. However, these shortcomings have been improved by using the new technology of thin-wall lightweight and physical and chemical tempering. Therefore, the output of glass bottles can increase year by year under the fierce competition with plastics, iron cans and iron cans.
Glass sector focuses on Furnaces for the Future
The European glass manufacturing industry will focus on FurnaceS for the Future as it aims to become a climate neutral production sector. European glass manufacturers will individually invest in designing breakthrough technology and scaling up electric melting at a commercial scale. These breakthrough technologies will be the Furnaces of the Future. The news comes after the sector’s bid for funding for research into its Furnace for the Future project was turned down by the EU. The European Container Glass Federation (FEVE) said: “Without the EU grant, the project cannot be pursued as initially planned. However, the industry remains committed to climate neutral production and is now evaluating how to proceed with their decarbonisation efforts.” It added: “Throughout Europe, many individual company initiatives are already launched or taking shape to design the Furnaces for the Future. “This pathway continues to represent one of the strategic paths to securing not only the future of the European glass industry, but the future of the entire glass packaging value chain (food & drinks, pharma, perfumes, glass recyclers) that depend on it.” The 19 glass manufacturers which formed the project are Allied Glass, Ardagh Group, BA Glass, Beatson Clark, Gerresheimer, GCA, O-I, Pochet du Courval, Saverglass, SGD Pharma, Steklarna Hrastnik, Stoelzle, Verallia, Verescence, Vetreria Etrusca, Vetropack, Vidrala, VCP and Wiegand-Glas, alongside FEVE.
A Global Glass Gathering
2022 has been announced as the UN International Year of Glass, and the International Festival of Glass looks set to be one of the UK’s largest contributions to the celebrations. The Festival’s aim is always to showcase the skill and innovation of the glass industry and makers, historic and contemporary, local and international. Since 2004, this unique festival has been drawing in visitors from all over the world and with an exciting programme of events, demonstrations, masterclasses and exhibitions lined up, this year will be no exception. The 2022 programme will incorporate an East Asian theme, sitting alongside the UK’s best established and emerging glass talent and inspiring academics. 2022 will see the Festival’s largest offering of exhibitions, with ten diverse shows currently on the programme. As always, the much anticipated British Glass Biennale will be the flagship exhibition – showcasing the best of the UK glass art scene from across the whole spectrum of techniques. Anonymously juried, the Biennale gives emerging artists an equal opportunity to be selected alongside the top names in British glass, making it a highlight of the glass calendar. This year the Biennale will be joined by the inaugural International Bead Biennale, giving miniature works of art a place to shine. Expanding Horizons will be shown for the first time in the UK, curating exceptional glass work from Korea, Japan, China and Taiwan. The Contemporary Glass Society has always been a key part of the Festival and this year marks 25 years as the UK’s largest contemporary glass organisation. The CGS will celebrate with exhibitions at both the newly opened Stourbridge Glass Museum and Ruskin Glass Centre. For those with a keen interest in glass, the inspiring schedule of lectures and discussions will be a must attend part of the Festival. Prof. Clare Corkhill from Sheffield University will discuss encapsulating nuclear waste from Fukushima into glass; Lulu Harrison, who has received a Worshipful Company of Glass Sellers’ bursary for her project, will join the lecture programme sharing her investigations into turning seashells into glass batch and Professor Roger Kneebone will share his insights into the similarities between artisan craftspeople’s skills and the art of the surgeon. The Festival has a special way of bringing together those looking for an interesting day out to learn about something new, with glass industry insiders wanting to delve a little deeper into the diverse world of glass. As the informative and inspiring days draw to a close, festival visitors can enjoy a host of glass themed evening entertainment - from a Hot Hanbok and Cool Glass fashion show to a glass and circus skills finale, it can all be washed down with a pint of festival ale or soju cocktail! A joyful mix of technique, skill, creativity and fun to celebrate the UN International Year of Glass.
Spraying technology of glass bottle
The spraying production line of glass bottles is generally composed of spraying room, hanging chain and oven. There is also the front water treatment for glass bottles. What glass bottles need to pay special attention to is the sewage discharge. As for the quality of glass bottle spraying, it is related to water treatment, surface cleaning of workpieces, conductivity of hooks, air volume, powder spraying and the level of operators. The following methods are recommended for Trial Implementation: Pretreatment section The pretreatment section of glass bottle spraying includes pre stripping, main stripping, surface adjustment, etc. if it is in the north, the temperature of the main stripping part cannot be too low and needs thermal insulation. Otherwise, the treatment effect is not ideal; Preheating section After pretreatment, it will enter the preheating section, which generally takes 8 ~ 10 minutes. When the glass bottle reaches the powder spraying chamber, it is necessary to make the sprayed workpiece have a certain amount of waste heat to increase the adhesion of powder.