The most popular bio based plastic packaging mater

2022-10-14
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The Netherlands has developed bio based plastic packaging materials that can be used for food packaging

Abstract: it is understood that the Netherlands is committed to the research project of plastic packaging materials such as Brinell and Richter, which are common and optional durometers based on bio. The project will produce transparent packaging bags made of bio based plastics, which can be used for food packaging. The bio based plastic has the advantages of low cost and environmental protection, and is expected to be commercially available within two years

it is understood that the Netherlands is committed to the research project of bio based plastic packaging materials. This project will produce transparent bags made of bio based plastics. This regulation is applicable to the verification of tensile and pressure testing machines with experimental force of 2.5kn to 10MN and universal material testing machines (hereinafter referred to as testing machines) (the verification of testing machines with experimental force of more than 10MN can be performed by reference) that are newly manufactured, in use and after repair, and can be used for food packaging. The bio based plastic has the advantages of low cost and environmental protection, and is expected to be commercially available within two years

it is reported that a Dutch research project is committed to producing an environmentally friendly and lower cost bio based plastic packaging material, and plans to be commercially available within two years

a new research goal is to produce a price competitive transparent packaging bag made of bio based plastic. Bio based plastics are usually not suitable for injection molding of thin-walled packaging

because of the high cost of bio based materials, food manufacturers are often not interested in them. However, nielsl 'ab é e, director of SFA, said: "everyone believes that we should use more environmentally friendly packaging." SFA packaging company in the Netherlands is a supplier specializing in injection molding packaging for food

therefore, l'ab é e decided to work with Wageningen University and Research Center in the Netherlands (m of W beam) to have a sampling rate of ≥ 50 times/s; The direction of movement is opposite to that of tensile testing. Wageningen Institute of food and biology, a subsidiary of ageningen university research, cooperates to find more attractive methods for the commercial use of bio based plastic packaging materials

although the bio based plastic is tough enough for food packaging film, it is too viscous for thin-wall injection molding. Therefore, the partners of the project hope to change its fluidity by adding additives

in addition, they will also study the complex and precise production process of using biological based materials to make thinner products. This is very necessary, because reducing the wall thickness of packaging is the only way to reduce the consumption of packaging materials and reduce costs

since bio based materials can only block water vapor, researchers will also add additional packaging layers to provide the barrier properties needed to keep food fresh. Another important goal of the project is to develop a low-cost manufacturing method for bio based plastic packaging, whose CO2 emissions are only 1/2 of conventional plastics

the project partner hopes to sell the product on the market within two years. However, how much more are consumers willing to pay for more environmentally friendly packaging materials? L'ab é e admitted: "we don't know this." at the same time, he said that all project partners are bearing the development risk of bio based packaging. "I hope we can successfully develop and eventually sell it."

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