khandelwal glass works is one of the oldest glass industries in india. The company is well-known for producing codd bottles. With its establishment in 1932 at sasni (hathras), u. P. , the manufacture of codd bottles started in the year 1981. Khandelwal glass works manufactures codd bottles under the brand name victory and deco. The company has also attained a membership of reputed associations of ? ? All india glass manufacturer federation? And ? U. P glass manufacturer syndicate? .
khandelwal glass works feels proud to be the only producer of empty codd bottles in india!
khandelwal glass works, being the mono producer and manufacturer of empty codd bottles, finds it to be the special producer of the enterprise with a hard-working staff of over a 100 in number.
a british soft swig maker based in south east london, hiram codd of camberwell, designed, developed and patented the codd bottles for carbonated drinks in the year 1872. Codd bottles are enclosed with a marble and a rubber washer/gasket in the neck. The empty codd bottles are filled upside down, and pressure of the gas in the bottle forces the marble against the washer, sealing in the carbonation. Pinched into a special shape, it has a chamber that prevents the marble from blocking the neck as the drink is poured.
the codd bottles are widely used to pack carbonated drinks like soda water/aerated water. The codd bottle is also known as banta, kancha bottle, goli bottle, goti bottle, and soda bottle in different parts of india.
soda water/aerated water is plain water into which carbon dioxide gas has been dissolved. It is the major and defining component used in most soft drinks. Soda water is generally of two kinds, viz. Plain soda water (aerated soda water) and flavored soda water (aerated beverages). In plain soda water, carbonic acid gas (co2) and sodium-by-carbonate solution under pressure are mixed with pure water. Flavored soda water contains flavors of lemon, ginger (masala soda), milk rose, mango, cola, orange, pineapple, etc. In syrup base and this preparation is also made using carbonic acid gas (co2) under pressure.