What Are Other Glass Container Defects?

By: Berlin Packaging Specialist

Several defects can occur during the manufacturing process of glass containers. Here are some common examples of other glass defects, such as internal marks, internal fragment, and defective orientation marks.

Internal Fragment of Glass, Attached, or Loose defect is a fragment of glass of any size, attached or loose, inside the container.

Internal Fragment of Glass

Internal Marks defect consists of internal marks of any kind (e.g., water, dust, cardboard, grease, etc.) which cannot be removed by the preliminary washing procedure.

Container is not suitable for filling and packing.

Internal Marks

Defective Orientation Marks defect consists of marks that do not conform to the drawing or are missing.

Hinders correct decoration and/or labeling.

Defective Orientation Marks

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