How to solve the problem of aging plastic barrels

- Aug 22, 2020-

Most of the chemical barrels are made of plastic, generally called plastic chemical barrels and plastic chemical barrels. They are blow-molded using scientific formulas. They have diverse colors and beautiful appearance. They are resistant to acid and alkali, corrosion, and leakage. Fading, not deforming and other aspects reach the packaging index, it is the ideal choice for long-distance transportation of chemical product packaging materials. From the day of its birth, plastic products have filled our lives all the time. And from small plastic bottles, plastic bags, plastic rice to large plastic buckets and so on. Although the plastic products are plump, beautiful and cheap. But plastic products also have the same shattering phenomenon as glass materials.

Plastic (structure: synthetic resin, plasticizer, stabilizer, colorant) barrels are often seen in our lives, ranging from packaging drinking water, chemical supplies, to alcohol. Plastic barrel products are widely used in chemical, dye, pharmaceutical, pesticide, metallurgy, rare earth, machinery, electronics, environmental protection, textile, food and other industries. Plastic barrels can replace stainless steel, titanium and other metal products containers in a large range. It is the most ideal corrosion-resistant storage and transportation equipment for chemical liquids, and it is cheap and good. Often we pay more attention to the plasticizer problem in plastic barrels, and ignore the aging and cracking of plastic barrels in the cold winter. The service life of plastic buckets is different from that of plastic bottles. After drinking, plastic bottles are either recycled or discarded. Plastic buckets can be reused because they have a large range of use (fàn wéi), so the quality of plastic buckets should be more important. This is especially important in the aspect that plastic barrels are prone to aging when cold. Once the plastic barrels are aged, they are easily broken. The broken plastic pieces are useless for recycling or other purposes, and the usage rate of plastic barrels will decline (descend).