Bubble wrap. Very easy to use. Very labor-saving. A product often used in daily life. But how is it produced and manufactured? You probably don't know much about it. Below I will give you a detailed introduction to its production process.
Foam packaging is very simple. It is usually called foam. It is made of expandable polystyrene (EPS) raw material through mold heating. The packaging product is commonly called "foam". Expandable polystyrene is an ideal processing material. Through the molding process, it can be made into products of various shapes and thicknesses as required. Under the condition of high load, the material achieves the function of buffering and damping by changing the shape, energy absorption, decomposition energy, etc., and also has the function of heat insulation. It requires the production of color. Light texture. Part of the product space is replaced by gas, and each cubic decimeter volume contains multiple independent closed vapor bubbles. It is therefore many times larger than plastic. Capable of absorbing shock loads. When the product is impacted, the gas in the foam stagnates and compresses, so that the external energy is consumed and dissipated. The foam body gradually terminates the impact load with a small negative acceleration, so it has a good shock-proof effect. Thermal insulation and sound insulation performance is good. Product sound insulation is mainly through two ways, one is to absorb the sound wave energy, reduce reflection and transmission; the second is to eliminate resonance and reduce noise. Anti-aging and corrosion resistance. Except for prolonged exposure to high-energy radiation, the product has no obvious aging phenomenon. Resistant to many chemicals.
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