1. Prezentare generală
Turnarea celulozei, denumită și turnarea fibrelor vegetale, este un proces în care fibrele din celuloză sunt transformate în semifabricate de hârtie umedă prin matriță de formare prin filtrare prin aspirație, iar apoi semifabricatele de hârtie umedă sunt uscate și fixate la căldură.
Biodegradable pulp molded products are made of annual herb fiber pulp(sugar cane bagasse, reed, wheat straw, bamboo, etc.) as raw material, adding additives, and after special treatment, heated and pressed on the mold.
Disposable tableware development history
foam tableware plastic tableware Degradable tableware aluminum foil cutlery
2.The unique performance advantages of pulp molding products
（１）Pulp molding products are environmentally friendly and naturally degradable
（２）If pulp molding products are kept indoors. It can be stored for a long time (usually 10 years) before use. It will not age and become brittle and deteriorate.
（３）Pulp molding tablewares have certain strength, good texture, smooth appearance
（4）Pulp molded products have good water and oil repellency.
（5）Wide source of raw materials with low cost.
（6）During the production process, the water consumption is small, and there is no waste water discharge, which meets the requirements of clean production.
（7）The pulp molding products have good air permeability and have unique benefits for the packaging of fresh products.
（8）The recycling cost is low, and it can be used repeatedly.
（10）Automated mass production is possible.
３.Environmental performance advantages of pulp molding products compared to degradable plastic products
（1）Pulp molding products can be completely degraded naturally after being buried in the soil for 3 months, and no centralized composting is required.
（2）Pulp molding products can be stored for a long time (usually 10 years) before use. It will not age and become brittle and deteriorate.
（3）Pulp molding products are easy and inexpensive to recycle and can be reused.
Pulp molded products are truly environmentally friendly products that are naturally degradable, and are currently relatively feasible substitutes for some banned plastic products.