General data sheets (DT)

Cetie General data sheets

The 'DT's data sheets are categorised as general technical documents, specifically dedicated to glass and PET packaging (containers). They cover various aspects, including dimensional tolerances of glass containers (including the DT15 series for glass flacons), neck finishes, and glossaries for caps like ROPP/metallic screw caps, stoppers/cork, and plastic caps. Additionally, these sheets encompass test methods such as decoration on glass bottles, impact tests, label adhesion tests, and liner compressibility tests. Laser coding technical data sheets are also included in this category.

DT02.00 - Standard tolerances for glass bottle

This data sheet provides information on tolerances for non-measuring container bottles of circular and non-circular cross-sections as well as dimensional tolerances (height, diameter, verticality, and base–mouth parallelism of the finish).
01/01/1974 - Latest update 01/02/2020
DT03.00 - Dimensional relationships for a normal glass bottle

01/11/2002 - Latest update 22/06/2016
DT04.00 - Definition of conditions of use of glass bottles

This data sheet defines the conditions of use of glass bottles.
01/06/1978 - Latest update 01/06/1978
DT06.00 - Standard European tolerances for normal wide mouth glass jars

This data sheet defines the standard European tolerances for normal wide-mouth glass jars.
01/08/1998 - Latest update 01/08/1998
DT07.00 - Dimensional relationships for normal wide mouth glass jars

This data sheet provides dimensional proportions of a typical wide-mouth jar made of glass. 
It does not limit any other types of jars.
01/02/1990 - Latest update 22/06/2016
DT08.00 - Special strength properties of new glass bottles

This data sheet defines additional testing for the evaluation of designs of new bottles. All new designs should be able to satisfy the Strength requirements below.
If the requirements are not fulfilled, then an investigation as to the root cause should be made.
Continuation of testing may take place during full production at the discretion of the manufacturer.
Tests or specifications concerning specifically the containers for carbonated contents (> 2 g/l CO2) are defined in the Cetie data sheet DT11.00 - STANDARDS & PROCEDURES FOR THE CONTROL OF MANUFACTURE OF CARBONATED BEVERAGE BOTTLES FOR GREATER THAN 2g CO2/L CARBONATION.
01/03/1980 - Latest update 02/10/2023
DT09.00 - Factors to convert the mass of water (in g) to true volume (in ml), as required by the « measuring container » Directive (75/107/ECC)

This data sheet is aimed to give information for converting the mass of water (in g) to true volume (in ml) as requested by the measuring container directive (75/107/EEC).
The capacity of a glass container from the mass of water filling the container is calculated and adjusted by a density factor of the water at a given temperature.
This document gives references for tap water. For distilled water, refer to the standard ISO 8106 - GLASS CONTAINERS - DETERMINATION OF CAPACITY BY GRAVIMETRIC METHOD - TEST METHOD
02/10/1989 - Latest update 06/06/2022
DT10.00 - Fill level at 20° for std iii 33cl, bs 33cl and bs 25cl bottles

This data sheet defines the fill level at 20° for standard iii 33cl, bs 33cl and bs 25cl bottles.
01/10/1989 - Latest update 01/10/1989
DT11.00 - Standards & procedures for the control of manufacture of carbonated beverage bottles for greater than 2g co2/l carbonation

This data sheet describes the standards and procedures for the control of the manufacture of bottles designed to contain beverages with a carbonation level greater than 2 g CO2/l.
The method for their use is described in §2.
01/01/1989 - Latest update 09/07/2020
DT12.00 - General guidelines for preparation of glass containers quality specifications

The aim of this data sheet is to assist customers in the construction of meaningful specifications for the manufacturing and filling of glass containers.
01/09/1992 - Latest update 06/06/2022
DT13.00 - Glass containers - Surface treatment

The application of surface treatment preserves glass strength and improves glass handling throughout manufacture and filling.
The outer surface of a glass container may be treated to reduce friction and improve resistance to abrasion;
Surface coatings are applied in two stages:
  • Hot-End (metallic oxide deposition): coatings are applied immediately after the container has left the forming machine, and before it enters the annealing machine.
  • Cold-End (application of a lubrication layer) treatments: coatings are applied at the exit of the annealing lehr.
01/04/1992 - Latest update 18/05/2020
DT14.00 - Guidelines for the use of glass containers

Glass containers are designed, manufactured, and tested by the glass manufacturer to ensure that with proper use the containers will give a satisfactory and safe service throughout their intended life.
Glass containers are produced in accordance with the relevant Cetie Data sheets or their equivalents.
 
01/01/1998 - Latest update 01/01/1998
DT14.01 - Guidelines for the use of returnable glass containers

This data sheet gives guidelines for the use of returnable glass containers.
 
11/01/2021 - Latest update
DT14.10 - Characteristics of a glass container to be returnable

This document aims to define the characteristics of a glass container to be returnable.
11/01/2023 - Latest update
DT14.11 - Reuse of Glass containers - Recommendations for labels, closing systems, and crates

After the washing step, the label and the glue should be completely removed from the container. This document presents the recommendations to achieve it in good conditions. Sleeves are not considered in this document. Complete sleeves are not glued onto the bottle, they would need special devices to be automatically removed. The consumer would not remove all sleeves before disposal. The coding marked by the filler on the bottle must be washable if not made on the label.
01/03/2023 - Latest update
DT14.12 - Reuse - Hygiene and cleanliness

This document aims to define the hygiene requirements for a glass container to be returnable.
01/03/2023 - Latest update
DT15.00 - Flaconnage - Standard tolerances

This data sheet identifies references to standard tolerances and test methods for flaconnage products made of molded glass. It also provides a definition of "flaconnage". These values are consistent with those given in standard ISO 12818 - GLASS PACKAGING - STANDARD TOLERANCES FOR FLACONNAGE
01/01/1996 - Latest update 23/04/2018
DT15.01 - Flaconnage - Brimful capacity tolerances

This data sheet gives the recommended brimful capacity for flaconnage articles made of moulded glass.
01/01/1996 - Latest update 23/04/2018
DT15.02 - Flaconnage - Height tolerances

This data sheet gives the recommended height tolerances for flaconnage articles made of moulded glass.
01/01/1996 - Latest update 23/04/2018
DT15.03 - Flaconnage - Diameter and width tolerances

This data sheet provides the recommended diameter and width tolerances for flaconnage articles made of moulded glass.
01/01/1996 - Latest update 23/04/2018
DT15.04 - Flaconnage - Verticality tolerances

This data sheet gives the definition of the verticality and recommended tolerances of verticality for flaconnage articles made of moulded glass.
01/01/1996 - Latest update 23/04/2018
DT15.05 - Flaconnage - Glass finish planarity tolerances - Practical values in use in the industry

This data sheet gives the recommended planarity tolerances for the finishes of flaconnage containers made of moulded glass.
01/12/2013 - Latest update 23/04/2018
DT15.06 - Flaconnage - Mouth-base parallelism tolerances - Practical values in use in the industry

This data sheet gives the recommended tolerances of mouth-base parallelism for flaconnage containers made of moulded glass.
01/12/2013 - Latest update 23/04/2018
DT15.51 - Flaconnage - Testing procedure: Glass finish planarity measurement method

This data sheet gives the definition of the planarity of a finish for flaconnage articles made of moulded glass, and test procedures for its measurement. The planarity of the upper surface of top finish must comply with the requirements of the sealing system to be used on the glass container in question, especially for hot sealing or twist-off cap.
16/12/2013 - Latest update 23/04/2018
DT15.52 - Flaconnage - Testing procedure: Measurement of mouth-base parallelism

This data sheet gives test procedures to measure mouth-base parallelism for flaconnage articles made of moulded glass. The parallelism of the upper surface of the finish with respect to the base bearing surface should comply with the requirements of the closure system to be used on the glass container concerned. It is only applicable to containers with the upper surface of the finish designed to be parallel to the base plane of the container.
16/12/2013 - Latest update 23/04/2018
DT15.53 - Flaconnage - Testing procedure - Leakage test

This data sheet describes a standard testing procedure to evaluate the liquid tightness of the glass closure system for flaconnage subject to normal handling conditions, storage and transport. It may provide also an indication of gas tightness into or out of the container where this is required. Furthermore, it supports an evaluation of defects like folds, roughness and small cracks in the seal and thus helps to identify additional risks.
16/05/2013 - Latest update 23/04/2018
DT15.54 - Flaconnage - Testing procedure - Resistance to vertical load

This data sheet defines a test method to evaluate the resistance to vertical loading of flacons made of moulded glass. This test is intended to simulate vertical load to which containers may be subject both during capping operations and during storage and transport. 
16/05/2013 - Latest update 23/04/2018
DT15.55 - Flaconnage - Testing procedure - Verticality

This data sheet gives recommended test methods for the determination of the verticality of glass flaconnage articles with complementary information to those described in EN 29008/ISO 9008 GLASS BOTTLE - VERTICALITY - TEST METHOD
27/05/2015 - Latest update 23/04/2018
DT16.00 - Hygiene precautions - Recommendations for glass containers manufacturers

Where glass containers are being produced for the packaging of food, drink or pharmaceutical products the following hygiene precautions are recommended for consideration by glass manufacturers who do not already have equivalent and established Company rules on hygiene and where there is no relative legislation.
 
01/01/2000 - Latest update 15/11/2021
DT18.00 - General requirements on PET neck finishes

This document aims to define the specifications of a PET neck finish.

 
03/06/2022 - Latest update
DT19.00 - Recessed labelling spotting bar

This document specifies the dimensions of a spotting bar used on mechanical device to stop the bottle in rotation and glue the label at a specific position.
01/01/1998 - Latest update 06/06/2022
DT19.01 - Standards for labelling spotting bars

This document defines the designs of side and base bars for the alignment of glass containers. These constructions are adapted to the locking devices used in practice.
 
07/05/2021 - Latest update
DT20.00 - Locating dimple for flaconnage

Drawings of various diameters of locating dimple for flaconnage.
 
01/01/2000 - Latest update 01/01/2000
DT20.10 - Ramp locating system for flaconnage

Drawings of various ramps locating systems for flaconnage.
01/01/2002 - Latest update 01/01/2002
DT21.00 - Flaconnage - Glass neck finishes

This data sheet categorises and lists various glass neck finishes used in flaconnage. For flaconnage definition, see Cetie document DT15.00 - FLACONNAGE - STANDARD TOLERANCES.
01/01/2004 - Latest update 15/09/2022
DT22.00 - Depressed thread

This data sheet specifies the profiles of thread for all the screw neck finishes for metallic, plastic, and metallo-plastic closures. The depressed threads could be used on continuous thread finishes to reduce the thread depth at and adjacent to the mould parting line. Depressed threads are only used on ≥ 28 mm Roll-On Pilfer proof (ROPP) type finishes where the closure is formed on the neck finish.
- Latest update 25/11/2013
DT23.01 - Glass container nomenclature

This data sheet gives in different languages the main parts of a glass container. 
01/05/2004 - Latest update 01/06/2021
DT23.02 - Glass finish glossary and nomenclature

This data sheet identifies the different elements of glass bottle or jar neck finishes and provides the corresponding nomenclature in different languages.
 
01/01/2004 - Latest update 04/12/2020
DT23.03 - PET finishes glossary and nomenclature

This data sheet identifies the different parts of PET neck finishes and defines a standard nomenclature for the main dimensions according to that proposed by ISBT (https://www.isbt.com/) and consistent with the standard EN 16063 - PACKAGING - RIGID PLASTIC CONTAINERS - NOMENCLATURE OF PLASTIC FINISHES. It also defines a standard format for naming Cetie PET finish specifications.
10/02/2016 - Latest update 25/11/2020
DT23.04 - Plastic cap glossary and nomenclature

This data sheet identifies and proposes standard terms to describe different features of plastic screw caps and provides the nomenclature of the main characteristic dimensions. Main types of seal and tamper evident features are also described. The document covers flat top screw caps both with and without a liner (i.e. 2-piece or 1-piece) and sports cap type opening either of flip-top or push-pull types.
A detailed definition of the terms will be added in the next revision.
18/08/2016 - Latest update 08/07/2019
DT23.05 - Spray pump nomenclature

This data sheet identifies the different parts of spray pumps: crimped, clip-on, or screw ones.
11/06/2021 - Latest update
DT23.10 - Construction of the support ledge

This data sheet aims to specify the best way of adapting the support ledge (SL) diameter. It highlights the relation between the X dimension and the support ledge diameter, especially when the latter is optional.
 
01/06/2021 - Latest update
DT24.00 - Specifications for hand-held crown bottle opener

This data sheet specification requirement for crown bottle openers designed for the standard 26 mm crown closures specified in Cetie data sheet EC1.02 - 26 MILLIMETRE CROWN CAP (1), to suit the glass bottle finishes specified in Cetie data sheets GME13.01 - 26H180 CROWN FINISH (2) and GME13.02 - 26H126 CROWN FINISH (3).
It applies to hand-held openers of the aperture type.

 
01/04/2002 - Latest update 01/04/2002
DT25.00 - Recommendations for design of cork removal devices

This data sheet gives recommendations for the design of devices for removing corks from wine bottles. Corks can be made of cork or plastic/synthetic material.
01/03/2002 - Latest update 02/10/2023
DT26.00 - Glossary of glass container visual critical defects

This document is a non-exhaustive list of examples of visual critical defects. It constitutes a general datasheet for all containers of all types, except those for cosmetics and perfumes. It does not preclude specific requirements agreed between bottlers and suppliers at a customer level.
01/10/2007 - Latest update 18/05/2020
DT26.01 - Glossary of glass containers visual defects

This glossary is proposed as an aid to identify visual defects. It constitutes a general data sheet for glass containers of all types, except those for cosmetics and perfumes. Separately, if values of severity are required for particular features, such values should be agreed between the glassmaker and the packer/filler and/or brand owner using a Cahier des Charges. This document does not concern visual critical defects.
Such defects are described in Cetie DT26.00 - GLOSSARY OF GLASS CONTAINER VISUAL CRITICAL DEFECTS.

The Glossary is split into sections loosely based on the area of a container where the defect is found :
  • § 2           Finish defects.
  • § 3           Neck and shoulder defects.
  • § 4           Body defects.
  • § 5           Bottom defects
  • § 6           Glass technical/material defects non-specific to a particular area of the container
01/10/2007 - Latest update 06/06/2022
DT26.02 - Glossary of returnable glass and pet containers visual defects

This document is a non-exhaustive list of examples of visual defects for returnable glass and PET bottles. It constitutes a general data sheet for all containers of all types, except those for cosmetics and perfumes. It does not preclude specific requirements agreed between bottlers and suppliers at a customer level.
 
The glossary is split into sections loosely based on the area of a container where the defect is found:
  • § 2 Finish defects
  • § 3 Neck and shoulder defects
  • § 4 Body defects
  • § 5 Bottom defects
26/07/2023 - Latest update
DT26.10 - Glossary of glass container visual critical defects for cosmetics & perfumes

This document is a non-exhaustive list of examples of Critical and Major A defects. It constitutes a general data sheet for containers for cosmetics and perfumes. It does not preclude specific requirements agreed between customers and suppliers.
01/01/2009 - Latest update 29/07/2020
DT27.00 - Cross-relationships between Cetie documents and international standards

This data sheet makes out cross-relationships between various Cetie documents against international standards or projects of International and European standards to date.
03/11/2005 - Latest update 23/01/2024
DT28.00 - Laser marking on glass containers at cold end and at filling operation

This data sheet gives the areas to avoid for the marking of laser codes on glass bottles and jars. Marking in these areas may have an adverse effect on the strength of the container depending on the applied stress.
This data sheet applies only to laser marking at the cold end or at the customer (filling) site, as well as to laser decoration.
01/07/2008 - Latest update 17/12/2020
DT29.00 - Flaconnage - General application torques

This data sheet specifies general application torque values for plastic closures used with glass containers for cosmetics, pharmaceutical, and toiletry products.

Note
Specific values should be sought from closure and liner manufacturers for particular uses. Child Resistant Closures (Press & Turn) should be applied between MEAN and MAX values to ensure the Child Resistant ‘Click Torque” is achieved.
01/03/2007 - Latest update 15/09/2022
DT30.00 - Colour measurement of glass packaging

This data sheet aims to:
  • Advise basic knowledge of colorimetry or (colorimetric measurement);
  • Specify the important points for a color measurement;
  • Propose a reference for color measurement of glass packaging.
01/07/2008 - Latest update 20/05/2021
DT31.00 - Main types of sealing on glass containers

This document is a non-exhaustive list of the main types of sealing for glass bottles and jars, used for the packing of beverages, food products and flaconnage products (cosmetic and pharmacy). It also lists corresponding reference documents concerning the particular finishes. For finishes used primarily in flaconnage, see the Cetie data sheet DT21.00 - FLACONNAGE - GLASS NECK FINISHES. Refer also to data sheet DT27.00 - CROSS-RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN CETIE DOCUMENTS AND INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS that gives the relationships between various Cetie documents against international standards.
01/06/2004 - Latest update 23/01/2024
DT32.00 - Volume calculation

This data sheet gives a common reference frame for the calculation of the brimful volume of a glass container as it is presented in the specification drawings. It applies to all cylindrical jars and bottles made of glass, manufactured on automatic machines. It enables a standardised volume calculation of glass containers (draft- and article drawings).
19/01/2013 - Latest update 19/05/2021
DT33.00 - Impact test

Test to predict the glass container resistance to impact breakage in service, by multiple point impacts on empty samples, commonly carried out with a pendulum impact tester. Three usual forms of this test are considered, according to the objective:
  • Determination of the impact resistance of a design.
  • Determination of the impact resistance of a container during production (routine testing).
  • Investigation of the presence of stress concentrators such as inclusions, which could reduce the impact resistance.
01/04/2015 - Latest update 06/06/2022
DT34.00 - Test method of compressibility and elastic recovery

Elastic recovery and compressibility comparative measurements of the liner material.
18/07/2017 - Latest update 19/07/2017
DT35.00 - Flaconnage - Label area planarity test

The presence of deformations of the surface of a label area can be the cause of aesthetic defects (presence of bubbles underneath, folds, etc.) when applying the label. This procedure describes a standard testing method for assessing the deformation of a glass surface on which a label is intended to be applied.
 
06/06/2017 - Latest update 15/10/2020
DT35.01 - Flaconnage - Resistance to dynamic vertical load - Test procedure

The aim of this test is to check how an article resists to vertical compression or snapping for an assembly.
The principle is to apply a vertical force to the tested element, using a cylinder that can be adjusted to conditions simulating as much as possible those used in industry.
This test applies to all types of articles that resist vertical and axial forces, in particular during the packaging phase (flacons, jars, glass, or plastic containers, for example).
02/10/2017 - Latest update
DT35.02 - Flaconnage - Finish non-concentricity

This document aims to define specifications for off-centring of finishes
13/10/2022 - Latest update
DT36.00 - Test method on glass flacon decorative elements - Resistance to immersion in water

The aim is to assess the resistance of the decorative elements or lacquering of a glass flacon to periods of immersion in water.
The principle involves immersing the tested component in water for 6 hours at ambient temperature and then performing an adherence test.
This test applies to all types of lacquered (sprayed, metallised) and decorated (screen-printed, hot-stamped or pad-printed) items.
27/03/2018 - Latest update 08/12/2022
DT36.01 - Test method on glass flacon decorative elements - Abrasion test - Linear abraser

The abrasion resistance test is used to determine the level of degradation of a decorative glass flacon against the friction of a rough material.
It should be mentioned that other abrasion tests exist, such as the sand test, the corrugated cardboard test, or the 3D blender test.
 
28/09/2020 - Latest update 25/02/2022
DT36.02 - Test method on glass flacon decorative elements - Sun test

The aim is to assess the loss of colour of an article exposed to sunlight over time.
The principle is to expose the articles for 72 hours in a device that sends out radiation corresponding to daylight and to compare the colour with a reference area not exposed to sunlight.
This test applies to all articles (decorated, lacquered, etc.), both white and coloured glass, according to the customer's specifications.

 
29/09/2020 - Latest update 28/06/2022
DT36.03 - Test method on glass flacon decorative elements - Colour evaluation

This test aims at evaluating the conformity of the colour.

 
29/09/2020 - Latest update 08/12/2022
DT36.04 - Test method on glass flacon decorative elements - Vibration test

This test applies to all glass articles (bare or decorated) intended to be transported on pallets.
The aim of this test is to check their resistance to packaging constraints that may cause damage (scratches, rubbing, etc.).
This test is also the opportunity to assess the effect of the decorated glass on the transport packaging.
It applies to all packaging such as cardboard, trays, boxes, plastic bags, heat moulded bags and to all decorative elements (ink, precious metals, lacquering, except enamel) or not, in contact with the packaging.
This test has been designed for the cosmetics and perfume industries.
 
18/03/2021 - Latest update 03/10/2022
DT36.05 - Test method on glass flacon decorative elements - Handbag test

This test applies to all articles intended to be contained in a handbag.
The aim of this test is to check their resistance to friction that may cause damage (scratches, rubbing, etc.).
 
22/02/2022 - Latest update
DT36.06 - Test method on glass flacon decorative elements - Holding of collage

The purpose is to check the resistance of assembly bonding permanently over time. To do this, assembly ageing is simulated by placing the assembled components in a climatic chamber and combined cycle program. If the bonding assembly is likely to be in contact with an alcohol bulk, the aging will be done with daily bulk spray on the bonded part. To be determined at the beginning of the project according with the conception. The assembly can be made directly on glass or on decorated or coated glass.
04/10/2022 - Latest update
DT36.07 - Flaconnage - Storage conditions - Accelerated aging

04/10/2022 - Latest update
DT37.00 - Test method on glass flacon decorative elements - Resistance to bulk

The aim is to assess, with a unique test, the resistance over time of the decorative elements or lacquering of a glass flacon to exposure to bulk. This test is the result of a harmonisation work of all the existing methods in the industry. It is up to the customer to adopt this method or to request its own protocol.
The principle involves placing the item to be tested in contact with a cotton swab soaked in bulk for 24 hours at ambient temperature, then performing a wipe test. The test is carried out over a total maximum duration of 10 days. The duration is to be defined in the product specification between customer and supplier.

This test applies to all types of lacquered (sprayed) and decorated (screen-printed, hot-stamped or pad-printed) or metallised items.
05/04/2018 - Latest update 23/09/2022
DT38.00 - Roll-on pilfer proof closure: Removal torque - Test method

This document provides a test method to measure the removal torque for ROPP closures applied to glass finishes.
02/05/2018 - Latest update
DT39.00 - Procedure and specifications for establishing conformity with article 6 of the SUP directive

The present data sheet is developed as collective input from Cetie to feed the CEN procedure for elaborating a harmonised standard as required in Article 6 of the EU directive PROCEDURE 2018/0172/COD
COM (2018) 340: PROPOSAL FOR A DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL ON THE REDUCTION OF THE IMPACT OF CERTAIN PLASTIC PRODUCTS ON THE ENVIRONMENT. The data sheet takes the editorial form of a standard and it is proposed that it might serve as a voluntary industry reference during the development of the CEN standard up to publication in the Official Journal of the European Union giving it the status of a harmonised standard. The Cetie data sheet will then be withdrawn from available publications.
 
12/03/2019 - Latest update 04/04/2019
DT40.00 - Datamatrix hot-end laser marking on glass containers

This data sheet gives recommendations for a harmonised coding system and the positioning of the laser codes on containers according to product types and production conditions.
 
01/05/2019 - Latest update 16/09/2020
DT40.01 - Datamatrix hot-end laser marking - Procedure of attribution of line numbers

This document explains how Cetie manages the registration of the lines, attributing to each glassmaker a series of numbers corresponding to the lines he intends to equip with datamatrix laser coding.
 
 
18/06/2020 - Latest update 16/09/2020
DT41.00 - Simulation test of label separation in the glass recycling process

The test method defines the steps and conditions of the test supposed to simulate the first step of the glass recycling process. The reliability of this simulation was validated by industrial tests made on a large scale using pressure-sensitive adhesive-based BOPP (Biaxially Oriented PolyPropylene) film labels.
18/12/2019 - Latest update 21/10/2021
DT42.01 - FEA 15 finishes - Gauges for height sealing bead control - Dimension E

This data sheet describes the gauge and the method to control the height of the sealing bead of the FEA 15 or FEA 17 finish according to the E dimension as defined in standard EN 14854 - GLASS PACKAGING - DIMENSIONS OF NECK FINISHES FOR AEROSOL AND SPRAY GLASS CONTAINERS.
 
28/09/2020 - Latest update
DT42.02 - FEA 15 finishes - Gauges for lug position control - Dimension G

This data sheet describes the gauge to control the minimum height of the lug, from under the flange finish to upper edge of the lug of the FEA 15 finish according to the G dimension as defined in the standard EN 14854 - GLASS PACKAGING - DIMENSIONS OF NECK FINISHES FOR AEROSOL AND SPRAY GLASS CONTAINERS
 
28/09/2020 - Latest update
DT42.03 - FEA 15 finishes - Gauges for flange height control - Dimension D1

This data sheet describes the gauge to control the flange height of the FEA 15 finish according to the D1 dimension as defined in the standard EN 14854 - GLASS PACKAGING - DIMENSIONS OF NECK FINISHES FOR AEROSOL AND SPRAY GLASS CONTAINERS
 
28/09/2020 - Latest update
DT42.10 - Flaconnage - Rice grains: specifications and control methods

The "rice grains" are embossed features placed under the thread of a screw finish. They limit the risk of self-unscrewing of the pump, while allowing the consumer to open the bottle to refill it. This document describes in which case these features are useful, and it specifies its geometry.
18/10/2023 - Latest update
DT43.00 - Line simulator (wear) for glass containers

The glass containers can be affected in their appearance and their mechanical properties by the passage on the filling line, as well as in the other steps of their life such as handling and transport. This document describes the principles of a device called line simulator designed to exert on the containers a known force for a given time, with a movement producing a container-to-container contact. This device allows to compare the properties of the containers before and after the use.
 
19/09/2022 - Latest update
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