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   - Material-Polypropylene

   - Weight : from 50/ 60/ 70gr/sq.m to 200gr/sq.m

   - Weaving condition: 10x10/sq.inch, 12x12/sq.inch, 18x11/sq.inch, 24x12/sq.inch

   - Black color with colored identification thread at each salvage

   - UV treated

Application :

  1) Silt Fence:

     - Water-run off and sediment control

  2) Weed Control Mat :

     - Inhibits weed growth

    - Allow soil to breath/Water to permeate

  3) Other application (Ground cover/ Geotextile sheet etc.) of PP woven fabric also available

Roll Size :

 - Width : 0.91m(3feet), 1,82m (6feet)       Maximum 4.5m (14.76feet)

 - Length : 10m,50m,100m

 - Various roll size available according to customer’s request

Packing : Export standard roll packing with paper core


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Q:what happens if hamster eats plastic?
Ok, let's start with the plastic... if it's a itty bitty, little piece of plastic, it will be pooped out - no worries. If it's a lot of plastic, it can block up his/her intestines and he/she could die. So how much plastic are we talking about? Now how long do you have a hamster before they die? If it's less than a year or two: - I suggest you either find another critter to get as a pet, - or stop getting your pets from where you are, - or learn how to properly care for them if that's the problem, - or all of the above.
Q:Can hydrochloric acid eat through plastic?
Plastics cover a wide range of materials, and some are not stable to acids and others are. For instance, polycarbonate plastics would be a poor choice, but polypropylene would be fine. See the charts I have provided links to.
Q:When did plastics start to hit the earth?
Encouraged by Professor Charles Chandler of the Columbia University, Baekeland stayed in the United States and worked for a photography supplier in New York. This led him to develop Velox photographic paper several years later, which can be developed in the light, not in the sun. In 1893, Baekeland resigned and founded the Nepera chemical company.
Q:How can I Powder Coat paint Plastic?
You can't for two reasons. The first step in powder coating is to apply a positive electrical charge to what you're painting and spray on negatively charged paint powder. Since you can't electrically charge plastic, you can't apply the powder. The next step is to bake the item, which melts the paint powder and fuses it onto the item. And, the temperature required for melting the paint powder would melt the plastic.
Q:Do you know which keeps cooler against a hot surface better: Metal or plastic?
Plastic is a thermal insulator. Metal is a thermal conductor. If you want to conduct heat away from the surface to cool it, then metal is better. If you want to insulate the surface to protect fingers when touching, then plastic is better. Plastic, as an insulator, will resist heat loss from the surface, so the surface temperature of the object might increase, but the surface of the plastic will be cooler than would be the surface of the metal. These comments assume that the hot surface is hotter than the environment into which the plastic or metal will face.
Q:what are plastics used for?
Plastic objects can be mass-produced and are usually less expensive than other materials such as metals. Plastics consist of linkages of relatively long chains of molecules and often remain flexible. Plastics can be used as thin films for coatings or wraps. Plastics can resist heat and cold within useful limits and may be used to package foods although that may require special plastics that will not leech out harmful substances. Plastics can be used to fabricate credit cards (nicknamed 'plastic' money).
Q:Eco-friendly plastics?
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Q:importance of plastics in computers?
Well... I'd say that most computer parts have plastics. The Printed Circuit Boards are made WITH some kind of plastic (Polyester Fibre) and also there are cables, wires, capacitors, conductors, jumpers, and a lot of other internal stuff that are made from plastic. I'd say that its main dutie is to insulate the electricity and prevent short-circuits. Without plastic protection, all the components would be unprotected and short-circuits would happen very often. Not to mention the casing. If you look at your monitor, you'll see that its case is made from plastic. Your speakers too. So your computer case (it probably has a plastic front). So your mobile phone is (yes, a mobile phone these days are computers - they have RAM, CPU and video cards). Your iPod... Your digital watch... Everything's got plastic. It's non-conductive and also much lighter than most metals (specially the cheap ones such as iron and aluminium). To answer your question, a computer would work without plastic. But it would cost a fortune to replace it by other non-conductive material. We could use glass for instance, but can you imagine having a glass-keyboard and a glass mouse? Or a wooden mouse? That would be quite weird. And an iron monitor and computer case? You'd have to build a concrete structure in your living room to support a ton of metal, wood and glass. Also, injection molding is much cheaper than machine pressing. And much easier to handle. And much smaller. And lighter.
Q:What should be done with polyester in plastic particles?
Plastic bottles are recycled and crushed. Granulation is usually referred to as recycling. Some are added to new plastics, which are dyed to reduce costs and others to be less demanding.
Q:Does the plastic in bottled water pose a risk?
....a friend whose mother was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. >The doctor told her: women should not drink bottled water that has been >left in a car. The doctor said that the heat and the plastic of the bottle >have certain chemicals that can lead to breast cancer. So please be careful >and do not drink bottle d water that has been left in a car, and pass this >on to all the women in your life. This information is the kind we need to >know and be aware and just might save us!!!! The heat causes toxins from >the plastic to leak into the water and they have found these toxins in >breast tissue. Use a stainless steel Canteen or a glass bottle when you >can!!!

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