Tubular foam netting packaging net with mesh

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Supermarket Fruit & Vegetable Pack Net

1. Scientific name : EPE/PE  Foam Wine Packing Net Set

2. USE: Mainly used for packaging a wide variety of Wine,also used for protecting the fruit

3. Identified components: Tasteless and non-toxic

4. Material: EPE/PE

5.Size & Weight: any size is available

6.Color: white, pink, red, green yellow (can be according to your requirement)

7.food class

8. Function 

used for the package for the fruits in growing season , in their transit or display in the supermarket to protect the fruits from damage and the pretty color can make your fruits look beautiful , can greatly reduce protection for transport layer of pressure and to extend the preservation time.


We can make any size as requested,including the diameter,lenth,thread diameter and quantity .also does the colors ,the lovely colors can help improve the products marketable.

1.EPE Foam Bottle Foam Sleeve Net 

2.Mainly used to protect a wide variety of wine bottle 

3.The color and size can be require

4.  Low price with high quality

5. Tasteless and non-toxic 

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Q:Recycling plastic?
No it dosen't matter. But what matters is to recycle paper and plastic!
Q:10 pts : Alternative to plastic?
Glass bottles are by far more environmentally friendly. Plastic, although cheap to produce, leaves trace harmful elements in the liquid it contains. Compare the two - fill a glass bottle and a plastic bottle with water and leave them for three days. Then taste the water. You'll know the difference instantly. People tend to recycle glass more too. I just find it a shame when people throw glass bottles, smashing them for tyres to get punctured or kids to get hurt. Maybe we should introduce a compulsory returnable charge on all glass bottles. Plastic ones too, come to think of it, at least whilst we are still using them. Even in houses though, we use plastic water storage header tanks. In this case, I don't think glass would be very feasible, but we can use copper tanks as an alternative. But what can we do about getting the companies who use plastic bottles to sell their goods? There is little point saying, oh, we could use this, we could use that. That doesn't change a thing. Each of these companies provide contact information on their labeling. telephone numbers are free. So are the email addresses they give. we can contact them asking them to change. We can also lobby governments, to get them to enforce a change. Ultimately though, using plastic bottles is our choice. We can boycott companies using plastic. Every single time that we buy a plastic bottle of drink, we are saying, that we agree with the company for using them. We tell them that we don't care. There are alternatives to buying plastic, and it is in our power to get them to change...
Q:How durable is ABS Polymer Plastic?
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Q:Is there dye for plastic? If so, what brand, and where can I find it?
I had a friend who was into rc cars, building and racing. when he needed to dye plastic for a car, he just put them in a bit of Rit dye (the kind for fabric) and let them soak. I don't remember how long they had to sit in it or anything, but the pieces seemed to take the dye ok.
Q:What are the safe plastics to drink water from?
There are many types of plastic containers which are used to bottle up mineral or drinking water. As someone who has sound knowledge of plastics materials and application, I would say that those plastic bottles made from high or low density Polyethylene (HDPE or LDPE) and Polycarbonate (PC) are safe for storing drinking water for consumption, as it's inert and no chemical reaction with water. But, avoid those bottles made of Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) as it's unstable when heated over sometime and gives off small amounts of chlorine which may react with the stored water for drinking. This may be bad for health when the water is consumed regularly. So, choose your drinking water bottle wisely. However, if you're uncertain about any plastic bottles, the best way is to choose the drinking water in glass bottles properly sealed.
Q:advantage of paper against plastic?
Paper is truly recyclable....plastic sits in dumps and waste sites for hundreds of years because it is not biodegradeable. It's not environment friendly and we as a nation are now trying to move to being a green, eco friendly environment. If you choose to use plastic, it's best to reuse them. Some grocery stores are now charging .10 cents for plastic bags. The best bags to use are the fabric grocery bags. Pier 1 sells them for $2 and some grocery stores (e.g. Bloom) sell them for $1.
Q:Negative effects of plastic on the ENVIRONMENT?
Negative_health_effects good luck and remember to site you sources. :)
Q:which bottles are better glass or plastic?
I have glass bottles with the rubber casing so they don't break if dropped. They are able to be sterilized way better than any plastic bottle. But plastic bottles are fine. I think you are referring to the BPA in plastic bottles. All of the bottle companies have been coming out with new BPA free bottles so any plastic bottle is fine really. Evenflo bottles work fine and they are on the cheaper side, now if you want to buy and expensive brand (if that makes a difference) try Born Free bottles.
Q:Are PVC and neoprene consider as plastic?
PVC .... sure...why not? Neoprene... probably rubber is a better classification.
Q:melting plastic?
Plastic molding is done with an injection molder. It heats the plastic pellets to the correct temperature and injects the plastic under pressure. Your method will not work at all.

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