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Glass Container Defects Guide
By: Berlin Packaging Specialist
Glass container defects guide provides high-level details of nearly all possible defects of a glass container, including image and standard name of the defect (often including the most frequently used local terms).
Some common examples of defects include bird swing, cord, blisters, seeds, baffle mark, chipped finish, shoulder check, inclusion, orange peel, choked neck, and fire cracks. Nearly 80 defects are highlighted in the guide.
This guide may serve as a work tool to help facilitate the uniform use of terminology by inspectors, whether for routine inspections or audit controls.