PP woven fabric for geotextile

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Name: PP woven fabric for weed control and water savings

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Material: PP, virgin material or recycled material
Unit weight: 140g, 175g, 180g, 200g, 230g, 260g, 300g, 350g, 420g, 480g, 670g
Width: 50cm-600cm
Length: As per ur request
Color: Black with green/white grid
Tearing strength: From 0.5 to 2.2kN
Mesh: 10*10, 12*12, 14*14
UV stabilized: Up to your request

Function:
1. Cover crops in the ground surface
2. Can prevent weeds
3. Controlling soil humidity and the temperature
4. Against the insect
5. Does not affect the growth of the crops
6. Long service life

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Q:Is plastic an isotropic material?
Aircraft-grade aluminum (such as 7075 T651) has substantially smaller tensile strength and elastic modulus than carbon fiber composite (but only along the fiber direction).
Q:how do you paint on plastic?
do not use oil based paint or water color. i would say acrilic should work the best. Maybe you can find special paint for plastics too. Check the nearest craft store.
Q:Questions about plastic?
What do you mean where it is made? Edit: If you wanted to know what does it mean I can help(though google also found the answer): HDPE stands for High Density Poly Ethylene, so that particular bottle/cap is made of that, you will also find these marked either by numbers, abbreviations or both: 1 - PET = Poly Ethylene Terephthalate 2 - HDPE = see above 3 - V = Poly Vinyl Chloride or PVC 4 - LDPE = Low Density Poly Ethylene 5 - PP = Poly Propylene 6 - PS = Poly Styrene 7- ... = Other Also, it is common that a plastic bottle and it's cap is not made of the same material which is a problem if you want to recycle(it is not recommended to mix various plastic types for recycling).
Q:Plastic container refugium live fish?
Sure (acrylic is a plastic). The problem is durability. Many cheap plastics degrade relatively quickly and/or become brittle over time. This can cause a catastrophic failure. Many plastics do not hold up to the UV light spectrum well, so the refugium lighting can cause degradation. Some compatability charts include UV listings. In the long run, a cheap glass aquarium can be $1/gallon at local PetSmart sales. A used one on Craigslist will be less than half that. That's a much better choice.
Q:Does tarnishing of silver occur when sealed in plastic?
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:What are water soluble plastics?
The only plastics that are water soluble are organic plastics made from cellulose. Cellulose is what builds the cell walls in plants (stems, bark), so we can now use it to make clear, reusable plastic. I'm not sure if it's necessarily SOLUBLE in water, as this would be quite an achievement, but it's surely the most environmentally friendly.
Q:How did they make plastic?
plastic begins as petroleum, they refine the petroleum to make many kinds of plastics.
Q:can you grind plastic?
confusing stuff. look into in the search engines. that can help!
Q:Polyester,Vinyl Plastics?
Plastics is a wide genre of materials as is metals. Within this category, there are hundreds of different variations of specific polymer types of which, vinyl and polyester are only two. Vinyl and polyester are plastics.

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