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How to Make a Delicate Fruit Packing with IXPE Material?

Every year, almost 45% of produced fruits and vegetables are wasted.Much of this wastage is due to spoilage caused by inadequate packing. This packing leads to contamination of the fruits during handling and transport, leaving a bad impression on the supplier. That’s why you should always go for fruit packing

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FAQ about ESD Safe Capability in IXPE Material

FAQ about ESD Safe Capability in IXPE Material In industries where sensitive electronic components are mostly employed, the importance of ESD safety cannot be overstated. The sudden discharge of static electricity can irreversibly damage electronic devices. It leads to costly repairs or even complete failure. To deal with this situation,

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Everything You Need to Know about IXPE Material on Automotives

Irradiated Cross-linked Polyethylene, or as it is famously known as IXPE material, is revolutionizing the automotive industry with its exceptional durability, flexibility, and environmental resistance. This innovative material undergoes a unique process where polyethylene chains are cross-linked through irradiation, resulting in improved physical and chemical properties. Its importance in automotive

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MEISHUO ESD foam

1. Difference between anti-static ESD foam and conductive ESD foam IXPE conductive / anti-static foam: the product is extruded polyethylene or modified polyethylene and conductive filler and antistatic agent. After radiation crosslinking and high temperature foaming, conductive / anti-static foam plastics are made. Its surface resistance and volume resistance are

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Working Principle of foil insulation foam

The Heat is an energy, transmits in three ways, conduction, convection, radiation. Through the high temperature to low temperature transfer, and ultimately achieve the dynamic balance of average temperature. Conduction: Air is a poor conductor of heat conduction. The air layer is the best material of anti-heat conductive Such as snow

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What is thermal conductivity?

What is thermal conductivity? Thermal conductivity refers to the ability of a given material to conduct/transfer heat. It is generally denoted by the symbol ‘k’ but can also be denoted by ‘λ’ and ‘κ’. The reciprocal of this quantity is known as thermal resistivity. Materials with high thermal conductivity are used in heat sinks whereas materials with low values of λ are used as thermal insulators. Fourier’s law of thermal conduction (also known as the law of heat conduction) states that the rate at which heat is transferred through a material is proportional to the negative of the temperature gradient and is also proportional to the area through which the heat flows. The heat transfer characteristics of a solid material are measured by a property called the thermal conductivity, k (or λ), measured in W/m.K. It is a measure of a substance’s ability to transfer heat through a material by conduction. Note

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R-value for construction application

R-value for construction application The Right Insulation…..increases building energy efficiency, improves health and well-being and reduces greenhouse gas emissions and provides more than just efficiency for buildings Environmental benefits:• Buildings account for over 20% of GHG emissions.• Energy consumption in buildings is growing faster than most other areas of use.• Insulation is the most cost effective way of reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gases emissions in the built environment.• Insulating buildings (new and existing) is the most financially attractive of all energy efficiency and renewable energy measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.• Current insulation production technology is proven and available now. Installing insulation has an immediate impact on energy demand and GHG emissions.• A response to climate change demands well-insulated new and existing buildings. Economic benefits:• Insulation reduces average home heating and cooling costs by around 30%.• Insulation reduces the burden of increasing energy prices.• The cost of installing insulation

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Understanding Radiant Heat Transfer and Radiant Heat Barriers

The Sun is our greatest source of heat and we are always in a battle to control that heat in our homes. The heat we experience from the sun is made up of different parts ultraviolet heat visible light heat and infrared heat. When you’re out in the hot sun, you feel it’s 3% from ultraviolet light, 40% from visible light, and 57% from infrared heat. This same heat is what strikes the roof of your home and heats up the inside. When the Sun hits your roof, most of the heat energy is absorbed by the roof and the heat is conducted through the roof assembly towards the cool interior of your home. When the heat come no longer conduct because it hits the air space on the underside of your roof deck. It changes back to radiant heat and transfers down to the next object in its path.

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How does insulation work?

(The control of heat flow.) Thermal insulation is designed to restrict and resist heat transfer via three mechanisms. 1)ConductionConduction is how heat moves along or through a material by effectively being passed along from one molecule to another. It can take place in gases, liquids or solids. The ability of the material to conduct heat depends on the material Using a low conductivity gas in insulation rather than just air further helps to reduce conduction. 2) ConvectionConvection-only takes place in gases or liquids, it cannot happen in solids or in a vacuum. When the molecules that make up a gas or liquid heat up their density will change. Warmer air will become less dense and rise. Closed cell insulation with small cell sizes inhibits convection within the cell, making them less prone to affecting neighbor cells. 3) RadiationRadiation -is the method of heat transfer across space from one body to

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Roof insulation

Thermal insulation foam (foam laminated aluminum foil) is professionally covered on the roof, which has significant thermal insulation (radiation protection) effect, leak prevention and sound insulation. Do not let the sun, ultraviolet rays and rain acid corrode the roof, so that your roof is not easy to age. The roof surface is silver. It also significantly reduces the energy consumption of air conditioning and reduces electricity expenses.Thermal insulation in winter: prevent indoor temperature leakage, and do not need (or not for a long time) to use an electric heater to achieve the effect of cold insulation. Bring energy conservation, low carbon and environmental protection to the social environment. Ten advantages of the product:1. Thermal insulation2. Prevent the roof from rusting and aging3. Water leakage prevention and loophole filling4. Fire protection of outer metal layer5. Sound insulation (reduce rain noise)6. Extend the service life by 5-10 years7. Energy saving 30%8. Environmental

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Shock pad for artificial turf system installation

Foam shock pad underlays are often used in artificial turf installation for a number of reasons. They provide a soft feel underfoot and help to cushion the impact of trips and falls. We don’t just supply the best artificial grass shoch pad! We also provide professional guidance. Installing shock pad is a fantastic way of transforming the rigid field, making it feel softer and safer for players. Meishuo shock pad is a kind of impact and drainage pad for the playground market that uses recycled cross-linked polyethylene foam to create a soft, yet stable playing surface. The shock pad underlay is suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications with various size. The shock pad is manufactured using large pieces of foam that are bonded together by heat and compression, without the use of adhesives. The material itself does not degrade, break down, or lose its shock absorbing qualities over time — offering you a safe playground for the

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