What are the main ingredients of disposable plastic tableware
21 Sep 2020
When we learned about the market, we found that disposable products are more popular with the public, and in this case, disposable plastic tableware is one of the most eye-catching products. Now, let's briefly introduce what the main ingredients of this product are, so that we can use it more safely. First of all, we can understand that the main product component of the disposable plastic tableware is polypropylene, and the other components are mainly produced based on antireflection. When we use this product, it is precisely because of the one-time performance of the product that determines the high temperature resistance and convenient performance of the product, which can make our life more convenient. On the other hand, some disposable plastic tableware uses polyethylene as the main raw material, and the products made in this way cannot be used in lunch boxes, because its high temperature resistance is very poor, and it is easy to produce during use. A certain deformation, wh...
Can a plastic cup be filled with hot water?
14 Sep 2020
Why can't the plastic cup be filled with hot water? What's the harm in drinking it? It cannot be generalized. Plastic products, especially those used as tableware, are generally numbered. According to the number, the basic purpose and method of use can be judged. 1—Polyester (PET) 2—High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) 3—Vinyl (V) 4—Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) 5—Polypropylene (PP) 6—Polystyrene (PS) 7—Other plastics (OTHER) Mainly used for food PET (for cola bottle beverage bottles) PE (mostly milk bottle LDPE) PP (for plastic cups, fast food boxes, fresh-keeping boxes) Harmless under normal circumstances However, it should be noted that PE will melt when the temperature exceeds 110°C, leaving some plastic preparations, which cannot be decomposed by the human body. What's more serious is that some unscrupulous manufacturers will use additives to increase the viscosity and thickness of the cling film, and these additives will precipitate certain harmful substances. PP has a high heat-re...
Disposable tableware Regarding plastic cups:
07 Sep 2020
Simply put, the commonly used plastic cup materials are PP and PS. PP is resistant to high temperature and microwave, so the environmentally friendly lunch box you have used is made of PP. PS is not resistant to high temperatures, so it is often used in cold drink packaging. In terms of production process, plastic cups are more hygienic than paper cups because the production process of plastic cups is simple, and they are packaged immediately after being molded and cooled at high temperatures. The paper cup has printing, paper cutting, film attachment, reeling, and curling. I don’t know how many hands will touch it. But having said that, plastic cups are indeed okay, but not necessarily in China. Someone even asked me before, whether recycled plastic can be used to make plastic cups. I despise it in my heart, but I can't show it. I told him that the recycled plastic had impurities and the cups made were not beautiful. Recycled materials are only one of them. I believe few people...
Why are environmentally friendly tableware widely used?
31 Aug 2020
The reason why environmentally friendly tableware is widely used Nowadays, more and more people advocate environmental protection, and their awareness of physical health is gradually increasing. Therefore, environmentally friendly tableware can be widely used by everyone and deeply loved. Specifically, what is environmentally friendly tableware? The materials used are harmless to the human body, non-toxic, tasteless, easily degradable, pollution-free during manufacturing, use and destruction, and the product quality fully meets the national food hygiene requirements. It is called environmentally friendly tableware, of course, because of the food containers that are easy to recycle, easy to dispose of, or easy to consume after use. The above characteristics are definitely the reason why most people choose environmentally friendly tableware. Environmentally friendly tableware is not only convenient and durable, but also does not pollute the environment. The most important thing is that i...
Tips for choosing takeaway disposable lunch boxes
24 Aug 2020
Tips for choosing a lunch box PP plastic lunch box: Non-toxic, tasteless, low density, strength, stiffness, hardness and heat resistance are better than low-pressure polyethylene, can be used at about 100 ℃. To distinguish disposable plastic lunch boxes, you can use one look, two touch, and three smell methods. The first thing to look at is whether there is manufacturer information, product model, QS logo and serial number on the lunch box. Secondly, it also depends on whether the surface of the lunch box is smooth, with impurities or black spots. Brightly colored lunch boxes may use waste plastic. Lunch boxes made with waste plastics or a large amount of industrial-grade calcium carbonate and talc are generally poor in strength. Qualified lunch boxes generally have no peculiar smell. Pulp lunch box: The stiffness must be guaranteed, and the printing surface should be avoided on the food contact surface. Good pulp lunch boxes are hard and resilient, while inferior ones tend...
What are the ways to identify toxic plastic lunch boxes?
17 Aug 2020
Identify toxic plastic lunch boxes like this Although the difference between degradable tableware and non-degradable tableware is not good, it is easy to distinguish whether the disposable plastic tableware is toxic. "It feels limp, and it breaks when you tear it lightly. It chokes when it smells pungent, and it deforms and leaks when heated." At the same time, harmful disposable plastic tableware is added with a large amount of fillers such as talcum powder, so it will sink when it is cut and thrown into water, and a white mark will appear when it is folded. Experts pointed out that preliminary studies have shown that disposable foamed plastic tableware will produce 16 toxins when the temperature exceeds 65 degrees Celsius. In other words, when you use plastic bags or foamed plastic lunch boxes to fill hot soup, toxins have been inadvertently melted in the food, and the toxic substances such as bisphenols contained in it will precipitate and immerse into the food. In particular, its e...