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Huisu Qinye Plastic Group is a technology-based enterprise dedicated to the research, development, manufacturing and sales of biodegradable materials. Biodegradable products currently exported include school biodegradable lunch trays, biodegradable trays with lids, and biodegradable box cakes.
PRODUCTION STATUS
  • 5-10 DAYS

    5-10 DAYS

    <10tons
  • 10-15 DAYS

    10-15 DAYS

    10-20tons
  • 15-20 DAYS

    15-20 DAYS

    20-50tons
  • >20 DAYS

    >20 DAYS

    >50tons
HUISU QINYE PLASTIC has more than 20+ of plastic production lines, our monthly capacity is 5000tons,we supply PVC sheet, PET sheet/film, acrylic sheet and so on.
FAQ
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  • What material is polylactic acid (PLA)?
  • Polylactic acid (PLA) is a bio-based and biodegradable polymer made from annually renewable resources. 
    Polylactic acid(PLA) is a thermoplastic aliphatic polyester. The lactic acid or lactide required for the production of polylactic acid(PLA) can be obtained by fermentation, dehydration and purification of renewable resources.
    Polylactic acid generally has good mechanical properties and processing properties, and polylactic acid products can be quickly degraded in various ways after being discarded, and are truly pollution-free.
  • What does bioplastic mean?
  • Environmental Protection
    Bioplastics made from annually renewable biomass reduce our carbon footprint and reduce our reliance on fossil resources. They also offer a variety of scrapping options.
    Positive economic benefits
    Consumers are becoming more aware of their environmental benefits and are increasingly favoring greener plastics.
  • Why Choose Polylactic Acid (PLA)?
  • Bio-based PLA resin with multiple end-of-life options is made from renewable resources and is 100% bio-based according to EN16785-1. At the end of its useful life, polylactic acid (PLA) applications can be recycled mechanically or chemically. Polylactic acid (PLA) is also compostable according to EN13432. Compostable applications such as bin liners help divert valuable organic waste from landfills.
    Efficient use of raw materials
    PLA is a highly efficient plastic: it takes only 1.6 kg of sugar to make 1 kg of polylactic acid (PLA). Other types of bioplastics may require more natural resources to produce the same amount of final product.
    Can be used on an industrial scale
    PLA is commercially available on an industrial scale from several large factories around the world.
    Proven Application
    Commercial products made from PLA can already be found in a wide range of mature markets. Whether you are interested in molded parts, films, foams, 3D printing or fibers, you can turn to us for application development support.
    PLA Products and Plastic Circular Economy
    In a circular economy of PLA products, so-called "waste streams" and "end-of-life" products form the basis of new products, rather than being disposed of. This more holistic and sustainable approach replaces the linear economy with a circular bio-based economy in which products are produced from sustainable natural resources and reused and recycled wherever possible. At the end of their life cycle, these products have a range of options to convert them into new or value-added product life cycle feedstocks.
    Multiple recycling instructional options (depending on application and regional infrastructure):
    • Mechanical recycling
    • Composting/biodegrading
    • Renewable energy recovery incineration
    •Anaerobic digestion
    • Chemical recovery / raw material recovery
    Low carbon footprint
    Nowadays, the topic of environmental protection is getting more and more attention. PLA bioplastics offer a significantly reduced carbon footprint versus traditional oil-based plastics. That is important for the health of ourselves and the planet. Raw material classification
    · High temperature PLA (CPLA): for demanding applications
    · Standard PLA: for general purpose applications
    · Low heat PLA: often used as a sealant
    · PDLA: used as a nucleating agent or to make all-stereocomplexes.
  • What material is polylactic acid (PLA)?
    Polylactic acid (PLA) is a bio-based and biodegradable polymer made from annually renewable resources. 
    Polylactic acid(PLA) is a thermoplastic aliphatic polyester. The lactic acid or lactide required for the production of polylactic acid(PLA) can be obtained by fermentation, dehydration and purification of renewable resources.
    Polylactic acid generally has good mechanical properties and processing properties, and polylactic acid products can be quickly degraded in various ways after being discarded, and are truly pollution-free.
    What does bioplastic mean?
    Environmental Protection
    Bioplastics made from annually renewable biomass reduce our carbon footprint and reduce our reliance on fossil resources. They also offer a variety of scrapping options.
    Positive economic benefits
    Consumers are becoming more aware of their environmental benefits and are increasingly favoring greener plastics.
    Why Choose Polylactic Acid (PLA)?
    Bio-based PLA resin with multiple end-of-life options is made from renewable resources and is 100% bio-based according to EN16785-1. At the end of its useful life, polylactic acid (PLA) applications can be recycled mechanically or chemically. Polylactic acid (PLA) is also compostable according to EN13432. Compostable applications such as bin liners help divert valuable organic waste from landfills.
    Efficient use of raw materials
    PLA is a highly efficient plastic: it takes only 1.6 kg of sugar to make 1 kg of polylactic acid (PLA). Other types of bioplastics may require more natural resources to produce the same amount of final product.
    Can be used on an industrial scale
    PLA is commercially available on an industrial scale from several large factories around the world.
    Proven Application
    Commercial products made from PLA can already be found in a wide range of mature markets. Whether you are interested in molded parts, films, foams, 3D printing or fibers, you can turn to us for application development support.
    PLA Products and Plastic Circular Economy
    In a circular economy of PLA products, so-called "waste streams" and "end-of-life" products form the basis of new products, rather than being disposed of. This more holistic and sustainable approach replaces the linear economy with a circular bio-based economy in which products are produced from sustainable natural resources and reused and recycled wherever possible. At the end of their life cycle, these products have a range of options to convert them into new or value-added product life cycle feedstocks.
    Multiple recycling instructional options (depending on application and regional infrastructure):
    • Mechanical recycling
    • Composting/biodegrading
    • Renewable energy recovery incineration
    •Anaerobic digestion
    • Chemical recovery / raw material recovery
    Low carbon footprint
    Nowadays, the topic of environmental protection is getting more and more attention. PLA bioplastics offer a significantly reduced carbon footprint versus traditional oil-based plastics. That is important for the health of ourselves and the planet. Raw material classification
    · High temperature PLA (CPLA): for demanding applications
    · Standard PLA: for general purpose applications
    · Low heat PLA: often used as a sealant
    · PDLA: used as a nucleating agent or to make all-stereocomplexes.
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    (Office)Room 1302-1303, No. 6 PengXinLiDu, ZhongLou District, ChangZhou City, JiangSu Province, China

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