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With the vigorous development of aquaculture and planting industry, it is the primary responsibility to prevent natural disasters. Natural disasters include climate, geological disasters, bird damage and so on. Climate and geological disasters can not be prevented by us, but bird damage can be prevented by us. The most useful way to avoid bird damage is to set up a bird net, cover the orchard, and then achieve 100% bird protection. However, the quality of bird-proof nets directly affects the life and life of products, so how to choose bird-proof nets and how to use bird-proof nets is the most important thing.
Often people use Bird-proof Nets are produced from the following materials, which are processed and made into common PE Bird-proof Nets, PP Bird-proof Nets, Nylon Bird-proof Nets, Bird-proof Nets produced from different materials, each knows what optimization points.
PE Bird Net Material
Polyethylene (PE) is a thermoplastic resin prepared by polymerization of ethylene. In industry, copolymers of ethylene and a small amount of alpha-olefins are also included. Polyethylene is odorless, non-toxic, waxy, has excellent low temperature resistance (the lowest operating temperature can reach - 100 - 70 degree C), good chemical stability, most of the hands of acid and alkali corrosion (not resistant to oxidizing acid). It is insoluble in general solvents at room temperature and has low water absorption and excellent electrical insulation.
Physical Characteristics of PP Bird Nets
Non-toxic, tasteless, low density, strength, stiffness, hardness and heat resistance are superior to low-pressure polyethylene, can be used at 100 degrees Celsius. It has excellent dielectric function, high frequency insulation and is not affected by humidity, but it is brittle at low temperature, wear-resistant and easy to aging. It is suitable for making general mechanical parts, corrosion resistant parts and insulating parts. The common organic solvents such as acid and alkali have little effect on it and can be used in tableware.
Nylon Bird Mesh Material
Polyamide, commonly known as nylon (Nylon), is a thermoplastic resin with a density of 1.15g/cm3. It is rich in repetitive amide groups on the molecular backbone, including aliphatic PA, aliphatic-aromatic PA and aromatic PA. Among them, aliphatic PA has many varieties, high yield and wide application. Its nomenclature depends on the number of carbon atoms in detail. It was invented by the famous American chemist Carlos and his scientific research team.
Nylon is a term for polyamide fibers (nylon), which can be made into growth fibers or staple fibers. Nylon is the product name of polyamide fiber, also known as Nylon. Polyamide (PA) is an aliphatic polyamide linked by an amide bond.