Silage Hay Bale Net Wrap

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China Main Port
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50 Rolls roll
Supply Capability:
3000 Rolls per Month roll/month

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Reduce time when Baling,Make the Bale Surface more Smooth,Whole full width bale coverage,Improved Quality of Hay

 

Features

  • Reduce time when Baling

  • Make the Bale Surface more Smooth

  • Whole full width bale coverage

  • Improved Quality of Hay

  • Reduce weather related loss

  • Easier to use than Twine

 

Detailed Product Description

Reduce time when Baling

Make the Bale Surface more Smooth

Whole full width bale coverage

Improved Quality of hay

 

Product No Size

CHINNET 0101 1.23 meter wide by 2000 meters Roll

CHINNET 0102 1.23 meter wide by 3000 meters Roll

CHINNET 0201 1.25 meter wide by 2000 meters Roll

CHINNET 0202 1.25 meter wide by 3000 meters Roll

CHINNET 0301 1.30 meter wide by 2000 meters Roll

CHINNET 0302 1.30 meter wide by 3000 meters Roll

CHINNET 0401 1.62 meter wide by 2000 meters Roll

CHINNET 0501 1.70 meter wide by 2000 meters Rol

NOTE: Weight per square meters : 9.5g,10g,10.5,11g

Width :1m~2m(1.02m,1.23m,1.25m,1.30m,1.62m,1.7m)

Length: 2000m,2500m,3000m,3600m,4200m,5000m

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The highest melting point plastic I found was Polyether ether ketone (PEEK) with a melting point of 640°F. Glass melts at 2600-2900 °F, so plastic flasks are not a viable alternative to glass. The bunsen burner flame using natural gas has a maximum temperature of 3562°F. I suppose you could argue that if liquid was in the flask, the liquid temperature would cool the base of the plastic flask, so it would might work. But plastic is a good insulator as well, so the plastic might start to melt even with liquid in the flask. And if the water boiled away, the flask would melt for sure, unlike a Pyrex glass flask.
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Q:What are the 6 most common plastics?
Thermo Plastics (soften when heated): Polyethylene, Polyvinyl chloride, Polypropylene, Polystyrene, Polyethylene terephalate, Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, Polymethyl methacrylate, Polyamide. Thermosetting Plastics (release heat as they harden): Polyurethane, Phenolic, Melamine-formaldehyde, Urea-formaldehyde, Polyester, Epoxy. There are the names of 14 plastics I could remember. I have no idea how to figure out which are the six most popular. Perhaps you should do a search on each one, with an additional parameter to narrow the search. For example, Polyethylene+ global-annual-production Don't use the quotation marks; no space before but one space after the plus; no spaces before or after the hyphen. Once you know the global annual production of each type, you could rank them in order and find the most popular types. Why do teachers ask such idiotic questions? They sound so easy, but finding the true facts is always nearly impossible. Why couldn't they just say, Name six common plastics. Oh well, it's your problem, not mine. Oops! Forgot the last part of the question. It is generally impossible to describe the appearance of a particular type of plastic. Their names refer to the chemical structure of their molecules and their appearance depends largely on techniques used during manufacture. Another idiotic teacher question, hopelessly vague and nearly impossible to answer. Again, it's your problem. Bye....................
Q:are plastic bags really degradable?
yes, some plastics are degradable over 5-10 years. You can reduce garbage (waste) by being conscious of how much of it you buy in the first place. For instance: Canned carrots have a metal can to deal with. Frozen carrots have a wax-coated paper box or plastic bag to deal with. Fresh carrots offer no waste at all except the tops which are fully degradable. Use fewer paper products - no paper napkins, no paper towels. Recycle your mail into recycling bins, or buy a cheap shredder and use shredded mail to send packages in. Carry a reusable tote to do your grocery shopping with. Recycling opportunities are everywhere if you seek them
Q:can you live plastic free?
PERMACULTURE ANSWER: Whilst plastic is not evil the scale of its use is the environmental problem. Plastic production is highly unsustainable, presuming that we are talking about the oil based plastics and not the new bio-starch products. If I go to the supermarket and bring home my shopping in plastic carrier bags, they are ephemeral so they are quickly disposed of. The chances are that the bag will end up in landfill after one use. Whilst cotton bag production is also unsustainable it is generally used many many more times, generally for a number of years. And are not non-biodegradable. People do not tend to tie their other rubbish into a cloth bag to send it to landfill. Cotton bags will compost in any home composter. Therefore a reused bag made of cloth clearly does not have the same detrimental effect on the environment as a reused bag made of plastic (or many). The environmental impact of plastic bag disposal is magnified because of the number of the bags that are used. A wicker basket would be the obvious thing, to cut down on this massive use on single-use plastic carrier bags. Willow can be grown on sewage outfall which as we know is an environmental pollutant. There are no ENVIRONMENTAL costs of processing/production of a willow basket. It is a local economy that does not use heat, beat or treat. It could be grown in the supermarket car park dealing with the waste from the toilet block. In Permaculture we call this zoning and edge. It also demonstrates redundancy of function when used in sewage treatment. Willow is highly sustainable, from willow coppice and returns to the ground without trace. People object to carrying small cotton bags around. Whilst willow baskets are the obvious solution, how do we persuade people to give up their free plastic carrier bags in return for a bulky purchased willow basket.
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The plastic spot has an internal computational function- in essence it is a very simple computer chip, and the plastic is the same as that covering and protecting those chips. The blob-chip contains anywhere from a few dozen to a few hundred logic gates; easily enough to perform any calculatory and switching functions.
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1. Manufacturer Overview

Location Shandong,China (Mainland)
Year Established 2010
Annual Output Value US$5 Million - US$10 Million
Main Markets North America
South America
Eastern Europe
Oceania
Eastern Asia
Western Europe
Central America
Northern Europe
Southern Europe
Company Certifications ISO 9001:2000

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3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port QINGDAO,SHANGHAI,TIANJIN
Export Percentage 81% - 90%
No.of Employees in Trade Department 3-5 People
Language Spoken: English, Chinese
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size: 3,000-5,000 square meters
No. of Production Lines 5
Contract Manufacturing OEM Service Offered Design Service Offered Buyer Label Offered
Product Price Range Average