Plug Trays (Growing and Seedling) Greenhouse Usage HIPS Made Plastic

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CNBM International Corporation (CNBM International) is the most important trading platform of CNBM Group Corporation, a state-owned company under the direct supervision of State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council.
CNBM International is highly recognized by its business partners and clients all over the world and has obtained rapid development under the spirit of win-win. We will carry on the mutual beneficial, innovative and revolutionary trading structure as we did before, create value for our employees, share holders and clients and benefit the whole society in our future development.

 

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

 

·         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

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Plug Trays (Growing and Seedling) Greenhouse Usage HIPS Made Plastic

Plug Trays (Growing and Seedling) Greenhouse Usage HIPS Made Plastic

 

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

Plug Trays (Growing and Seedling) Greenhouse Usage HIPS Made Plastic

 

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

Q:1.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.

Q: 2.How long is the production time?

A: Usually one to two weeks.

Q: 3.How is the seed tray being packaged?

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

 

 

 

 

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Yes. I just saw a tip in Mother Earth News to use the plastic cat litter buckets (the oblong ones) for nesting boxes. They showed a photo of a row of them with chickens happily nesting in them. They just drilled through the bottom and attached them with screws to the wall behind. Would be easy to clean too.
Q:Burning plastic; what does it produce?
Plastics are derived from petroleum and they burn a lot like petroleum too. The black smoke is mainly carbon, formed because the flame did not have enough oxygen to burn the carbon completely. If you take the burning plastic outside on a calm night and hold another flame in the carbon, you might see it light up the entire length of soot. Diesel fuel is similar in composition to plastic and therefore has similar combustion properties. Therefore most of the carbon formed when plastic burns incompletely is related to diesel particulate in the air.
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We've been digging organic fossils of creatures who live hundreds of millions years ago. I hope someday there are still environmentalist-archeologist who will dig our mess and throw it all out to cosmic microwave background and protect our universe.
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If you put plastic in the microwave it will catch on fire.If it's the frozen dinners keep it in what it came in just put it on a pan in the OVEN!
Q:Biodegradable plastic - cost ?
Lots of RD work have been put on biodegradable polymers. They have conferences, publications, etc. While they have contributed a lot of attention in the academics, the commercial launch of these materials have been quite limited. The cost is still higher than traditional plastics. Also, some of them are difficult to process and fabricate using the current equipment at the customers, or they do not do as good a job as the traditional plastics. In the meantime, the education and awareness should be focus on the reduction of excessive packaging, one-use throw away grocery shopping bags, etc. encouraging consumers to bring their own shopping bags are the better way to reduce the environmental impact from plastics.
Q:PLASTIC BAGS AND THE ENVIRONMENT?
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Q:Is burning plastic in a fire safe?
Surferch... is right. It depends on the plastic but some plastics will certainly produce toxic gases when burned. In most cases, the human nose can smell these fumes at levels that are well below where the exposure becomes harmful but, it depends. For example, when teflon is burned, it produces hyrofluoric acid (HF) vapor. As far as I know, the recommended maximium safe exposure level to HF is virtually zero. I suggest you ask him if he has a permit for burning. It was not too long ago that almost every house had a burn barrel out back. A lot of household waste was burned, food scraps were put in the compost, the metal was collected and taken to the scrap metal dealer.
Q:When did plastics start to hit the earth?
The first fully synthetic plastic was made by Leo Hendrik Baekeland, an American Belgian, who patented bakelite in July 14, 1907.
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2005 Honda Recon 250
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