Number of holes: double hole, single hole
Size: diameter 16mm
Thickness: about 8 mil
Length: 2000 meters / roll, accpet custom
Weight: 22 – 23 kg / roll
Hole spacing: can be adjusted according to customer requirements (general: 15cm, 20cm, 30cm)
Flow rate: two holes 3.2 l / h
Burst pressure: 2.0 KPA
The biodegradable mulch film developed by Henan Yinfeng Plastic can be completely decomposed in 90-180 days under the conditions of composting. In the field environment, the degradation time is longer, and the complete degradation time in the soil is about 1 year.
Our BIODEGRADABLE bags are available with a variety of barrier properties to ensure that your products inside stay fresh but has the added benefit of having a low environmental impact – this starts right from the source by using renewable resources to create the materials and ends in your compost pile.
Name: lay flat hose
Material: Pe new material
Features: High strength, aging resistance, soft all year round, corrosion-resistant, bright color, firm and durable
Application: Agricultural irrigation, garden irrigation, urban mining and construction area drainage, field irrigation, etc
1. high toughness, piercing resistance. Toughness is strong, elastic tensile force is big, packing should not puncture damage.
2. strong stretching effect. Good tensile properties, piercing resistance, strong penetration resistance, good self adhesion and high expansion ratio.
3. high quality imported raw materials: LLDPE new material, transparent, self adhesive, can be used for containerization, waterproof, dust-proof and so on.
Color: white,red,blue,clear,green and etc
Pack: one piece in a bag, 40pcs or others in a carton
Popular size:1.83m x 2.29m x 0.02mm
This Poly bags are designed to protect your Christmas tree while it is still standing. All you have to do is take the bag
off next year and decorate your tree.
Our eco-cloth can be used as a drop cloth, tablecloth, or as plastic sheeting for furniture and can go right in the compost bin after use. Crafted from plant-derived resin, vegetable oils, and compostable polymers so they even enrich the soil once you toss them.