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Latest Posts Under: Plastic Industry

The Advantages of Utilizing Thermoset Composites for Product Manufacturing

Technological advancements have transformed the manufacturing industry big time. It has allowed manufacturers to produce top-quality products at much faster rate and with less expense. However, this has only triggered the customers’ expectations and the need for innovation has become more and more demanding than ever before! So, if you are in the manufacturing sector, …

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Woven Polypropylene Bags are Becoming a Regular Packaging Option!

Polypropylene, also known as PP is a kind of thermoplastic resin that is manufactured by the polymerization of propylene.  Woven Polypropylene bags are bags created by weaving filaments of PP threads into fabric.  PP has many physical and chemical properties, which makes it an ideal choice as a packaging material. Listed below are some of …

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3D-Printed Metamaterials to Be Used in High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound Treatments

A team of scientists at Sussex University has created Metamaterials – finely refined engineering surfaces that have the capability to manipulate sound. This discovery could revolutionize the medical imaging systems and personal audio used in the diagnostic applications. What’s more, it might prove to be of immense significance in hi-intensity focused ultrasound cancer treatments. Researchers …

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Bio-Based Polypropylene Market to Expect Unprecedented Growth by 2021!

A recent study by Persistence Market Research Ltd, reveals that bio-based polypropylene market will witness an unprecedented growth in the coming years. Though synthetic polypropylene (PP) is widely used in a variety of applications such as textiles, stationery, plastic parts, and other consumer items, it renders negative impact on environment and health. Also, the rising …

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Plastic Molding Comparison

          

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Revolutionizing the Recycling of Plastic Waste in India

The use of plastic is growing at a rapid rate in India. However, this rate does not match with the rate at which plastic waste is managed, which means all the plastic waste is not properly collected or disposed of. What India needs is an integrated plastic waste management system and thankfully, two cities of …

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Packaging Using Plastic Leads to Reduction of Solid Waste

Plastic in packaging plays an important role in safely delivering products to people. It protects, preserve, and transport a variety of products including food, beverages, electronic items etc. Plastic is durable, mouldable, and most importantly light weight than any other alternative packaging material used. Packing products in plastic such as polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride, polypropylene ensures …

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Plastic Adhesive Bandages are Staples in Medicine Cabinets and First-aid Kits

Adhesive sheet used in bandages are usually a woven fabric, plastic (PVC, polyethylene or polyurethane), or latex strip. The adhesive bandage market is expected a steady growth through 2018 to 2026. There are various factors that’s helping this market boom, some of them are the increasing number of sports events, trending culture of practicing sports and fitness to …

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Plastics – Can We Live Without Them?

As one of the world’s fastest developing countries, India is growing tremendously in various fields like technology, science, medicine, and more. However, many of these industries are unlikely to grow at the same rate or even make the same amount of progress if it wasn’t for one material – Plastic. Over the past few decades, …

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Why replacing glass with plastic is the way forward

          

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