The Inner Spiral Of The Paper Straw Is Not Uniform, And The Problem Of The Paper Pipette Is Eliminated.

- Apr 16, 2019-

The inner spiral of the paper straw is not uniform, and the problem of the paper pipette is eliminated.

As the world's awareness of environmental protection has increased, people have saved energy and protected the ecological environment as a common goal.

As people pay more and more attention to environmental protection, this plastic pipe that is not recyclable or decomposed has been eliminated. People began to use recycled paper straws to recycle and protect the environment. For the production of paper straws - paper pipettes have begun to slowly spread and application, but with the increasing use of paper pipettes, the inner spiral of the paper tubes produced is very uneven.

Let's take a look at how to solve the internal spiral very unevenly.

The paper pipette has a very uneven internal spiral. The main reason is that the cutting blade inside the pipette machine has too much resistance to the pipe during operation. We only need to adjust the cutting blade to a reasonable position and reduce the resistance appropriately.

It is also possible that because we have not measured enough or not enough lubricant on the first layer of paper, the spiral inside the paper tube is very uneven. So we need to apply the lubricant evenly when applying the first layer of paper. This avoids the problem of unevenness in the internal spiral of the paper tube.

Food catering, beverages and other industries have promised to eliminate plastic straws and use paper or recyclable, compostable plastics to make straws. This measure was taken because the plastic straw was faced with a situation that could not be dealt with after use. Plastic straws will not decompose even if they are buried in the soil for hundreds of years after use, and will only remain the same. Some people have doubts, plastic will not burn well? A little bit, but here we need to pay attention to the point that although plastic is a flammable material, the gas it excludes from burning is a toxic gas, which is harmful to the human body. What is more serious is that it is more polluted by air.

In March of this year, many foreign industries announced their commitment to gradually stop using clinker straws. Take the United Kingdom as an example. Their country needs to consume 8.5 billion and straws a year. (Note that it is 100 million units.) It needs to use 2300w and straws every day. These straws can neither be recycled and used. For those used straws, they are incinerated. In a way that is destroyed, it is not conceivable that the incineration of the 85 straws will cause much pollution to the air. This is only a single UK. If you count the plastic straws used in all countries of the world, this amount is huge.

Now the whole world is advocating the use of conservation and protecting the environment. Nowadays, countries have begun to deal with the problem of plastic straws, and proposed to use straws that can be recycled to make straws made of other environmentally friendly materials.

As plastic straws are slowly being phased out, paper straws are slowly being used extensively, and the demand for paper straws for paper straws is increasing. There are more and more types of paper pipettes to meet the needs of the market.