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  1) Fabric quality

     -Weaving Condition (mesh weft x warp/ sq.inch) : 7x7, 8x8, 10x8, 10x10, 12x12,14x14,16x16

     -Weight : 55gram/sq.m~ 250gram/sq.m

  2) All four edges are reinforced by P.P rope in hem

  3) Aluminum eyelet at every 1meter (1yard or 3feet) interval

  4) Each piece in a polybag with your leaflet (or Size sticker)

  5) Special treatment : U.V., F.R. / Brass Eyelet, Plastic Eyelet also available


Color : Any color available

Packing : Carton Box packing or Bale packing

Available use :

  General Cover, Construction and Equipment Cover, Covers for open-stored goods,

  Covers for trucks/automobiles/boat, Lining materials for storage tanks and containers,

  Lining material for irrigation Canals and grain silos, Machinery Cover, Tents, Picnic mats,

  Covers for Swimming Pools and Garden Furniture etc.


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Q:Is plastic an isotropic material?
You can still use Young's modulus in anisotropic materials, but you will need to know its value along the specific direction you apply the force. Anyway, most usual plastics are isotropic, because they are made by pouring the melted plastic into shapes and letting it solidify. Most plastics don't have a distinct fiber-like structure (like wood does). Even if they are made of strands of molecules (polymers), the anisotropic quality is usually confined to microscopic dimensions, while macroscopically plastics behave in an isotropic way. In tables with Young's modulus values you will also find plastics, which means that they have a sufficiently small anisotropy so that a single Young's modulus value be listed. Everyday use plastics, such as polyethylene, polystyrene, acrylic, etc., don't show any perceivable anisotropy when we use them, unlike wood for instance (that's why it is common to see ply-wood, made of cross-grained layers, but not ply-plastic). Sure enough, you will have anisotropy problems in materials like carbon fiber-reinforced plastics.
Q:How is plastic made and how does it stay soft? ?
Plastics that we use today all are polymers (i.e. obtained from polymerization of simplest alkene: ethylene) n(CH2=CH2) ------------------------> -(-CH2-CH2-)-n ethylene polyethylene Properties of polyethylene = tough and durable They can easily be soften on heating and can easily remould (recycled) because they are thermoplastic polymers.
Q:what sort of plastic can I easily melt? 10pts?
Watter bottle caps maybe? Water bottles as well.
Q:How do you melt plastic bags for jewelry?
Perhaps shredding the bag and mixing it with glue
Q:can plastic molecules bond with metal molecules?
Plastic molecules are usually long chain polymers, eg. one unit of say (-CH3=CHO-) repeated constantly. Whereas metals usually dont come as moleculed but as pure elements, sometimes a mix of different metals that are alloys rather than compounds as they dont properly bond. To answer your question you could technically i suppose alloy plastic and metal to form a new substance but as most metal needs to go to over 1000 degrees Celsius to melt and plastic would burn up and turn into gaseous compounds at this temp it would be highly complicated and seriously impractical. Also you never know what properties the final mixture would have.
Q:How bright is the future of the plastic surgery?
i dont know
Q:Is acrylic a plastic?
It is a plastic. It can be painted with the right type of paint. Whether itcan be shaped with heat, i can not answer.
Q:Is plastic harmful? blablabal?
I don't trust plastic. When heated I know it can leach out carcinogenic chemicals. It's full of them. I don't know if just putting a bottle cap in your mouth would do it but there are no benefits from doing that. Seems like the rise of cancer coincides with the rise of plastic materials.I wonder if your parents never drink out of a plastic bottle. My suggestion is don't heat food in plastic or pour hot liquids into a plastic container to drink.
Q:Plastic surgery...............?
Yes. Plastic surgery is to augment (be it to add or subtract from) a person's existing appearance. They could do any number of things to a nose. It's all in the eyes of the beholder.
Q:Who obtain fuel from waste plastic?
hard aspect. lookup with google or bing. just that may help!

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