Different materials: disposable foam tableware, materia […]
Different materials: disposable foam tableware, material PS plus foaming agent. Disposable plastic tableware, material PP.
Different toxicity: disposable foam tableware (PS plus foaming agent) decomposes and releases toxic substances at 95 ℃. Disposable plastic tableware (PP) is safe and hygienic when used below 110 ℃.
Disposable foamed plastic tableware refers to the use of polystyrene resin as raw material, which is heated and melted in an extruder and then added with foaming agent (butane) for extrusion and drawing. After the sheet is wound up, it is ventilated After being placed in a humid environment for health preservation, it is reheated and blister-molded to form various tableware such as fast food boxes, soup bowls, instant noodle bowls, fresh trays, etc.
The scope of disposable tableware is clearly defined: it refers to utensils intended for meals or similar purposes, including disposable lunch boxes, plates, plates, knives, forks, spoons, chopsticks, bowls, cups, jars, pots, etc. Straws, etc., also include disposable lining tableware with external support, but do not include food packaging materials that are not intended for dining or similar purposes, such as fresh food trays, yogurt cups, jelly cups, etc. The plastic disposable tableware refers to the disposable tableware obtained by thermoforming resin or other thermoplastic materials.