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Chinese supplier Gensyu PP transparent smart scoops 15G for ice cream powder，Adhering to the spirit of innovation, the GENSYU technical team continues to develop new products to meet the needs of the recent market. The design of "Scoopless" follows a simple concept. The main features are "quantitative dosing", "high efficiency" and "hygiene". Next, we will introduce the material classification of smart scoops.
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Classify smart scoops according to light transmittance
The smart scoops are classified according to heat exposure
About the specific selection of mart scoops
According to the light transmittance of smart scoops, smart scoops can be divided into the following three categories: transparent materials, the transmittance of visible light with a wavelength of 400-800nm is above 80%; semi-transparent materials, the transmittance of visible light with a wavelength of 400-800nm Between 50% and 80%; opaque materials, the transmittance of visible light with a wavelength of 400-800nm is below 50%. According to the above classification method, smart scoops can be divided into the following categories.
1. Transparency smart scoops
Most smart scoops belong to the transparent category. Among these transparent plastics, the most commonly used are PC, PMMA, PS, PET, PETG, AS, BS, MS, MBS, transparent ABS, transparent PP, and transparent PA.
2. Translucent smart scoops
Mainly include smart scoops such as PP, PE, PA, PVB (polyvinyl butyral).
3. Opaque smart scoops
There are few varieties of absolutely opaque smart scoops, mainly PPO, POM, etc.
Plastics are classified into thermoplastic smart scoops and thermosetting smart scoops according to their heated properties.
The molecular structure of thermoplastic smart scoop is a linear structure, which softens or melts when heated, and can be plasticized into a certain shape, and then becomes hard after cooling. After being heated to a certain extent, it softens again, and then hardens after cooling.
The molecular structure of thermosetting smart scoop is a body structure, which also softens when heated, and can be molded into a certain shape, but after heating to a certain degree or adding a small amount of curing agent, it will be hardened and set, and it will not become soft when heated. Changed shape.
According to different uses of plastics, it can be divided into general smart scoops and engineering smart scoops
General smart scoops refer to plastics with large output, low price and wide application range, mainly including five varieties of polyolefin, polyvinyl chloride, polystyrene, phenolic plastic and amino plastic. Many products used in people's daily life are made of these universal smart scoops
Engineering smart scoops are smart scoops that can be used as engineering structural materials and replacing metal manufacturing machine parts. For example, polyamide, polycarbonate, polyoxymethylene, ABS resin, polytetrafluoroethylene, polyester, polysulfone, polyimide, etc. Engineering plastics have the characteristics of low density, high chemical stability, good mechanical properties, superior electrical insulation, and easy processing and molding.
1. Daily use transparent smart scoops material
Daily-use transparent plastics require materials that have good transparency, low price, and easy forming and processing.
①Transparent film packaging PE, PP, PS, PVC and PET etc. Agricultural PE, EVA, PVC and PET etc.
②Transparent sheets and boards use PP, PVC, PET, PMMA and PC.
③Transparent pipes use PVC, PA, etc.
④Transparent bottles use PVC, PET, PP, PS and PC.
2. Smart scoops materials for lighting equipment
Lighting equipment mainly includes all kinds of lampshade products for light transmission. Specific performance requirements require high throughput rate and good impact resistance. Commonly used plastics for lighting equipment are PS, modified PS, AS, PMMA and PC.
3. Smart scoops materials for optical instruments
Optical instruments mainly refer to various lens materials, including glasses, lenses, magnifiers and telescopes, etc., which can be specifically divided into hard lens bodies and soft lens bodies (contact lenses). The materials used in traditional optical instrument products are glass, but plastic has the same transparency as glass, and has the advantages of light weight and resistance to breakage.