Ghee may be righteously called the superfood of India and is generally found to be packaged in airtight jars. Sunlight can cause a buildup of moisture inside the jar, so it must be kept in the dark. Such inbuilt moisture can cause compromise to the ghee’s quality as well as reduce its shelf life to a great extent. Exposure of ghee to light, air, water vapour and metals causes deterioration of ghee and hence preserving it in glass Ghee jars is advisable. It is highly susceptible to oxidation. The reaction of oxygen with unsaturated fats such as ghee, aggravated by metallic contamination or sunlight, is a major cause for spoilage. Glass bottles ensure excellent protection to the quality of the product since food materials do not react with the glass.
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Here at our factory, we keep in mind the quality and standard required to ensure the long shelf life and uncompromised quality of the ghee while manufacturing our ghee jars. The two most commonly used methods for the production of glass are – Glass Blowing and float glass. Since Ghee bottles tend to have a wider mouth, the process of glass blowing is used to manufacture them.
Firstly, the requirement of the client and their expectations are taken note of. The jars are then designed with the help of science and technology by our expert designers. The characteristics of the product which will be stored in the jar determine the shape of the jar and are also made in the form of custom ghee jars wholesale supplies. For example, oil can be poured out without the help of a spoon or ladle, hence the oil bottles are usually long and small-mouthed; whereas products such as ghee tend to harden in colder climates which makes it necessary to be stored in a short wide-mouthed jar and its tendency for spoilage due to exposure to sunlight requires it to be stored in a jar with an airtight container.
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Once the basic design of the jar is ready, specific software is used to create a three-dimensional image on the computer. After seeking approval from the clients and making the required changes, a prototype is made manually. Using the help of the 3-D image, an oak mould is made as per the client’s requirements. Molten glass is then poured into this mould and blown. The blower is used to maintain the right pressure and also ensures a constant supply of air. The glass requires about 20 seconds to set and then another round of glass is added to the mould after warming it a bit. The glass is added as per requirements and pressed down in order to make the base.
Once the sample is quality checked by our team for approval by our quality control department, it is then sent to the client for feedback. Necessary corrections and modifications to the design are made as per the feedback. When it is completely satisfactory to our client, the sample is sent for mass production so that you can buy bulk ghee jars from our supplies of bulk ghee jars for sale, bulk ghee jars for wedding, bulk ghee jars wholesale outlets.
The primary raw materials used in glass are sand, limestone and soda ash. Sand forms almost 73% of the glass, whereas the rest is soda ash, limestone etc. Soda lime glass is popular around the world. It is used in the manufacture of window panes, glass bottles and jars. It is stable, cheap, and easy to work with as it can be softened and re-melted numerous times. Soda lime glass or commercial glass is ideal for recycling also. The raw materials are melted in a glass furnace at temperatures around 1675 °C. Homogeneous mixing of raw materials is the most important aspect of glass making.
In the factory, the latest technology machinery is used to manufacture large batches of glass jars. Glass making is a continuous process which goes through various stages. All the processes being automated ensure that each and every jar is of the same thickness and diameter. Since a ghee jar required a wide mouth, the press and blow method is used. Molten glass is dropped into a mould, and a dent is pressed into the gob with a plunger. This creates the base. The base is then flipped over and placed into the blow mould. It is then blown with air, and it takes on the shape of the mould.
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After the glass jars are formed, they must be cooled carefully to avoid cracks, chips or breaks. These jars are moved into an annealing oven, which reheats and cools the glass evenly to strengthen them. Glass that is not annealed may not be strong and tends to crack or shatter with minor temperature changes or mechanical shocks. Once the cooling process is done thoroughly the glass jars are examined for imperfections. Once they pass the inspection, the jars are ready for packing.
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Since ghee is an expensive commodity, storing them in a good quality container is very crucial and we have the perfect cheap bulk ghee jars available with us. Though ghee does not have a specific shelf life, it needs to be stored in air-tight containers in-order to retain its quality. Ghee jars can also be reused for storage purposes after use. They are very environmentally friendly and can be reused as well as recycled to make other glass products.
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