Detailed Product Description
Polymesh Sacks for packing vegetables, onions, potatoes
Polymesh Sacks for packing vegetables, onions, potatoes,
1)Made of polypropylene material
2)Color: red, yellow, orange, green, whiskey, etc.
3)Size: 55x85cm, 52x82cm, 50x80cm, 45x78cm, , etc.
4)Top: with drawstring
5)Sewing: " L" model
6)Printing label available
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- Q:What elements make up plastic?
- C H O N Cl and S are found in most plastics. Some plastics like polyethylene, polystyrene and polypropylene are made of C and H only Polyvinyl chloride used in plastic piping contains chlorine Nylon contains C, H, N and O Teflon contains C, H, and F Probably be good if you could contact a keyboard manufacturing company via internet and ask them which of these plastics they use.
- Q:After plastic surgery, can one feel the unnatural plastic inside of them?
- There is not plastic in plastic surgery. This comes from a Greek word 'plastikos' meaning to mold or shape. That is why plastic surgery is called plastic surgery, because it is surgery that involves molding and shaping. Now, to answer your question, I believe the only procedures where something 'foreign' can be felt would be any type of silicone implant. Whether that is breast implants, peck implants, buttocks implants or the occasional calf-implant. That being said, it should and most of the time does feel like the body part it is enhancing. So, a breast implant, due to the volume and shape of the implant will feel closely to a natural breast (silicone achieves this more often than saline). Similarly, because it is more dense, a peck implant would feel more like a lean muscle. With regards to body procedures, most of those require removing excess skin or fat-deposits, so nothing would be felt, since nothing is added. This is the same for facial procedures too...aside from a chin/cheek implant. These, due to their size and shape, will feel more like cartilage found in the area naturally. I hope this helps better your understanding? :)
- Q:how to fish with plastic worms for bass?
- I know you're supposed to use fairly large fake worms that cover the whole hook. You want to reel it in so that it looks like the worm is swimming. I get much better luck with live worms and a bobber though. With a bobber, just hook on a worm about 3 feet from the bobber, cast out, and wait to see the bobber be pulled under.
- Q:Anyone learned in the ways of plastic?
- You might want to ask this in one of the sculpting or art forums online to get better answers --or at least include the word sculpture or art in your subject line. One thing I can tell you though is that you'll need a thermoplastic type of plastic (polymer) if you want it to melt when exposed to heat (perhaps with a heat gun or something you can place next to it that's at least 250 degrees F (plastics vary in their heat tolerance though).
- Q:What is the UV UPF protection of plastic?
- Just about all plastics are formulated with UV absorbers built in, because polymers break down so rapidly without them. This makes everyday objects like your helmet last a long time, even when exposed to direct sunlight. Without these absorbers, the plastic would become faded, discolored, and brittle after a very short time. Because of these additives, and because the plastic is relatively thick, no UV rays will penetrate the helmet. It is interesting to note that this UV protection is built into clear plastics as well. So that something like a plexiglass window, which lets in plenty of visible light, will still block out 99+% of the Ultraviolet light that hits it. So the UV protection is there, whether you can see through the plastic or not. The blocking is described in terms of % blocking, rather than UPF which is used exclusively for sunscreens designed for use on skin (even though many of the same UV absorbers are used in sunscreens and in plastics).
- Q:Which industry uses plastic the most?
- hope this will help................
- Q:What are biodegradable plastics made of?
- Yes you are correct biodegradable plastics are made up of starch and not only corn starches. This is actually made because if at all we throw it here and there its becomes degradable without becoming a pollutant. It is not made commercial because creating starch inserting it in the plastics is not so easy. Give all you can to save the environment!!!!!
- Q:Chloroform and Plastic?
- Not really, Chloroform melts most plastics and the plastics it doesn't melt it will dissolve the plasticizers and overtime this will degrade the plastic and the purity of chloroform will be decreased.
- Q:What were the 90s braided plastic braclets & keychains made from?
- confusing point. do a search with yahoo or google. it can assist!
- Q:How do I glue plastic???
- 5 minute epoxy glue would probably work best for this problem. That way they wouldn't be without their glasses that long. As an older person, I thank you for the work you are doing for the elderly.
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1. Manufacturer Overview
|Annual Output Value
||US$10 Million - US$50 Million
||20.00% Western Europe
20.00% South America
20.00% Northern Europe
10.00% Eastern Europe
5.00% Mid East
5.00% Southern Europe
4.00% North America
2.00% Eastern Asia
2.00% Southeast Asia
2.00% Central America
2.00% South Asia
1.00% Domestic Market
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|No.of Employees in Trade Department
||50,000-100,000 square meters
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||Low and/or Average