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  • 7 Types of Plastic That Are Most Common

    1.Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET or PETE)  This is one of the most commonly used plastics. It’s lightweight, strong, typically transparent and is often used in food packaging and fabrics (polyester). Examples: Beverage bottles, Food bottles/jars (salad dressing, peanut butter, honey, etc.) and p...
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  • Pseudo Degradation Disturbs The Market, Limiting Plastic Has a Long Way To Go

    How can you tell if a material is biodegradable? Three indicators need to be looked at: relative degradation rate, final product and heavy metal content. One of them doesn’t meet the standards, so it’s not even technically biodegradable.   At present, there are two main types of pseudo-degra...
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  • Biodegradable Plastics for Environmental Protection

    With the development of economy and the improvement of people’s living standards, the demand for plastic products is increasing day by day, and the “white pollution” brought by plastic is becoming more and more serious. Therefore, research and development of new degradable plastics become an impo...
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  • Plastic Products Production Process

    The overall production process of plastic products is: Selection of raw materials — coloring and matching of raw materials — design of casting mold — machine decomposition injection molding — printing — assembly and testing of finished products — packaging fact...
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  • Production Process of Plastic Products

    According to the inherent properties of plastics, it is a complicated and burdensome process to make them into plastic products with a certain shape and use value. In the industrial production of plastic products, the production system of plastic products is mainly composed of four continuous pro...
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  • What Are The Categories of Plastics?

    Plastics can be divided into general plastics, engineering plastics and special plastics according to their use. According to the physical and chemical classification can be divided into thermosetting plastics, thermoplastic plastics two types; According to the molding method classification can b...
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  • 3 kinds of environmental protection plastics

    With the rapid development of packaging industry, the innovation of material application technology and the increasing attention of people’s environmental protection concept, more and more plastic packaging are made of environmentally friendly materials.If according to the production of raw...
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  • Applications of Plastics

    Table of Contents Properties of Plastics Uses of Plastics Facts about Plastics Frequently Asked Questions – FAQs Properties of Plastics Plastics are commonly solids. They can be amorphous, crystalline, or semi crystalline solids ...
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  • Plastic Applications

    What sectors use plastic? Plastic is used across almost every sector, including to produce packaging, in building and construction, in textiles, consumer products, transportation, electrical and electronics and industrial machinery. Is plastic important for innovations?...
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  • Engineered Plastics

    The research and development team at AMETEK Specialty Metal Products (SMP) — based in Eighty Four, PA, U.S., has taken an interest in the emerging capabilities of plastics. The business has invested time and resources into turning its high-alloy and stainless steel powd...
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  • Introduction to Biodegradable Lunch Boxes

    What is a biodegradable lunch box? Biodegradable lunch box is a lunch box that can be degraded by microorganisms (bacteria, mold, algae) in the natural environment under the action of enzymes, biochemical reactions, causing changes in the appearance of mold to the internal quality, and finally th...
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  • Introduction to Plastic Material

    PE is polyethylene plastic, chemical stability, usually made of food bags and containers, acid, alkali and salt water solution erosion, but not with strong alkaline detergent wipe or soak. PP is polypropylene plastic, non-toxic, tasteless, can be immersed in boiling water at 100℃ without deformat...
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