Plastic Seed Plug Tray with /50/72/98/104/105/128/200/242/288/406/512 Cell

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 Specification of Plug Trays HIPS Made Plastic Plug Tray  for Greenhouse (Growing and Seedling):

Plastic Seed Plug Tray with /50/72/98/104/105/128/200/242/288/406/512 Cell

 

Features of Plug Trays HIPS Made Plastic Plug Tray  for Greenhouse (Growing and Seedling):

 ·         Material:      HIPS

·         Thickness:  0.5mm-1.5mm, Standard:1mm

·         Weight:       80g(±5)g-230g(±5)g, Standard weight:155g(±5)g

·         Size:            length:490mm-540mm, width:190mm-345mm,depth:25mm-150mm

·                             Standard:540mmX280mm

·         Cell count:  18-512

·         Package:     In Carton

·         Warrenty:    8-10 times

 

Packaging & Delivery

Packing Detail: export standard carton or large bags

Delivery time: 4 million per momth after receipt of deposit

 

 Advantage:

Waterproof, UV-resistant, extrusion-resistant

Easy carry for young seeding plant and grow

 

Service:

 

1. Quick, efficient and professional response within 24 hours, 14 hours online services

 2. 10 years manufacturing and exporting experience in agriculture field.

 3. Technical support and solution by chief engineer.

 4. Strict quality control system & team, high reputation in the market.

 5. Full range of irrigation products for choice

 6. OEM/ODM services

 7. Accept sample order before Mass Order

 

 

Picture of Plug Trays HIPS Made Plastic Plug Tray  for Greenhouse (Growing and Seedling):

 

Plastic Seed Plug Tray with /50/72/98/104/105/128/200/242/288/406/512 Cell

Plastic Seed Plug Tray with /50/72/98/104/105/128/200/242/288/406/512 Cell

 

 

FAQ of Plug Trays HIPS Made Plastic Plug Tray  for Greenhouse (Growing and Seedling):

Q: 1.How long is the production time?

A: Usually one to two weeks.

 

Q: 2.How is the seed tray being packaged?

A: They can be packaged in carton or pallets. Carton size is 1375px*725px*1250px.

 

Q:3.How many times can the seed tray be used?

A: Under the same environment, it is decided by the thickness. Usually 0.6mm thickness can be used for 1 or 2 times.

1.0 thickness can be used for 3-4 times. 1.5 thickness can be used for 8-10 times.

 

 

 

 

 

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