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The history of the Solnechnogorsk Glass Factory dates back to February 1903, when nobleman N. Balkashino was allowed to open a glass factory in the village of Solnechnaya Gora (now Solnechnogorsk, Moscow region).

Until 1917, the glass factory was a handicraft enterprise using only manual labor.

In 1920, the plant was nationalized.

It was only in the 30s that work began on the modernization of the plant, a new glass production building was built, pot furnaces began to be replaced by glass-making bathroom furnaces, semi-automatic machines and presses were installed, and then glass-forming machines, which made it possible to completely eliminate the hard work of glass typesetters.

The war prevented the modernization from being completed.

In the first days of the Great Patriotic War, many workers of the glass factory voluntarily went to the front, others joined the militia, partisan detachments. The plant continued to operate until the occupation of Solnechnogorsk.

In November-December 1941, when the Fascist troops occupied Solnechnogorsk, the plant was stopped, and after the liberation of the city on December 12, 1941, the plant workers began to restore it. And at the beginning of 1942, the plant began to produce products again.

By the decision of the government in 1948, new facilities were built at the plant and production processes were mechanized.

In 1952, workshop No. 1 (orange glass) was built anew with a spacious area, which provided hermetic packaging of special vials for rapidly evaporating medicines.

In 1963, the regenerative bathroom furnace No. 1 was reconstructed with the installation of AV-2 automatic machines for the production of wide-necked dishes.

By the decision of the government in 1948, new facilities were built at the plant and production processes were mechanized.

In 1955-57, workshop No. 2 for the production of colorless MTO glass was put into operation, where three regenerative bath furnaces were built with the installation of glass-forming machines AV-4, AM6-C.

In addition, during the first stage of the reconstruction of the plant (1948-63), a composite workshop with a capacity of 40 tons of charge per day, a boiler room, a compressor section, a pumping station, a water tower and warehouses were built.

In the late 60s - early 70s, the second stage of reconstruction began, during which all the regenerative furnaces were rebuilt into direct-heating bath furnaces with the installation of high-performance Swedish IS-6-2 and Hungarian Istra–6-2 automatic machines. At the same time, the transition to gaseous fuel was carried out.

In 1972, a composite workshop with a capacity of 120 tons of charge per day was put into operation, equipped with two semi-automatic weighing and dosing lines.

In 1973, the Viking company supplied Solnechnogorsk Glass Factory with one of the first in the country automatic packaging of glass products in plastic film. Subsequently, most of the packaging machines were manufactured by the workers of the experimental site. This made it possible to abandon the manual packaging of products in cardboard containers.

In 1979, the bathroom regenerative furnace No. 2 with two machine lines Istra-6-2 (Hungary) for the production of bottles for blood and blood substitutes was put into operation

In the 90s, the third stage of technical reconstruction began: 2 glass-forming machines of the U-12 carousel type were installed, a regenerative furnace No. 4 with a horseshoe-shaped flame direction was built, an additional machine line was installed.-106-3-1 for the development of large-capacity containers.

In the 2000s, another reconstruction of one of the largest glass-melting furnaces No. 2 was carried out, the electric annealing furnace was replaced with a gas-heated annealing furnace, the packaging of products in pallets was introduced, inspection machines for quality control of cans for baby food and automatic dosing and mixing lines for the preparation of the charge were installed.

LLC «Solstek» currently -

work is underway to modernize glass forming machines, packaging, transportation of charge and cullet, new production technologies are being introduced, inspection machines are being installed to control the quality of products.

LLC Solstek specializes in the production of environmentally friendly containers made of colorless glass of two brands BT-1 and MTO. Today, the assortment of Solstek LLC includes more than 50 types of colorless glass containers: cans and bottles for baby food, cans for canned food products, bottles for alcoholic and non-alcoholic products, bottles for vinegar and acid, bottles for perfumery and cosmetic products, as well as bottles for blood, transfusion and infusion preparations and bottles for medicines.

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The products of Solstek LLC are known in many regions of Russia and the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union, as well as Poland, Serbia, Georgia, Moldova, Azerbaijan.

The quality management system of Solstek LLC is certified for compliance with the requirements of GOST R ISO 9001-2015 (9001:2015).

LLC "Solstek" has a rich experience of cooperation with customers of its products and values every customer. Individual approach, efficiency of order fulfillment, flexible system of discounts will undoubtedly help in joint cooperation to any client who has applied to us.

We are ready to consider proposals for new types of products, perform test samples and launch them into mass production.

We will be glad to see you among our customers and make our cooperation as convenient and accessible as possible for you!

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