The upper and lower cap assembly machine manufacturers introduce bottle caps.
I believe everyone knows bottle caps, so do you know how bottle caps are made? Today, the upper and lower cap assembly machine manufacturer Saiwei will tell you about bottle caps.
The first is to put the thermosetting material into the cavity of the preheated mold and press it between the two pressing plates of the press. The combined effect of heat and pressure leads to cross-linking inside the material. Small molecules are formed, causing the compound to fill the cavity and harden. After a period of time, the mold is opened and the molded product is removed.
1. Fix the necessary mold on the die head. 2. Add the raw material in the hopper. 3. Inject the molten material into the mold. 4. Cool and open the mold. 5. Eject the molded part. Organize.
Caps can be made of thermoset materials (UF and PF) or thermoplastic materials (PP, HIPS, HDPE, etc.), while plastic caps are widely used for liquid bottles. The plastic market has been growing. For decades, it has risen , becoming the foundation of a great power. The industry itself is growing rapidly, as is per capita consumption. Compared to the previous decade, plastics have grown in many ways. There is no doubt that plastics are more important in all fields of activity .It can help replace and save scarce natural resources, which are an integral part of our daily life.
The above is the relevant content about bottle caps brought to you by the upper and lower cap assembly machine manufacturer Saiwei. I hope these introductions can be helpful to you. Interested friends can log on to the official website of Tongcheng Saiwei Automatic Packaging Equipment Co., Ltd. for more information. More information. Tongcheng Saiwei Automatic Packaging Equipment Factory is a manufacturer specializing in the research and development of rubber cap machines, capping machines, production of glue cap machines, capping machines and other automatic machinery and industrial equipment. Welcome new and old friends to come and visit.
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