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Characteristics of thermoforming vacuum packing machine

2016-05-31 17:05:09 | ニュース

热成型设备的特点:

①每个热成型真空包装机相当于一个包装系统为包装材料,除了安装在片与片人工喂养装置有时需要人为的或部分人工填土,剩下的工作会不断自动地去完成,所以非常高生产效率,适用于大批量连续真空包装工作,特别适用于食品,药品的物品,同时也为软罐头的制造。

②由于热成形过程的结果制成的容器,容易实现多列并行操作,包装机器的生产周期比热成型制成良好在2秒之间更短〜6秒,周期可以是10次/分〜30次/分设备的容器之间,几百块每分钟可以包装。

③多样形式的热成型设备容器,如箱形,盘形,杯形,圆形,方形等。包装容器的大小可以判断根据需要,对于较大的容器,一旦形成了2件,并为小容器,人们可以塑造几十构件,或甚至更多。

④包装货物从一进容易组合物的生产线。外观的包,良好的货架陈列效果的另一端,由于两者抽空两次,并在抽热真空无氧气体冲洗装置的包装,可以进一步提高氧的效果,延长保质期,提高包装质量。

⑤热成型真空包装机是集机,电,气,高新技术产品液一体化,但结构更复杂,但由于采用了模块化的设计原则,它仍然是互换性,易于维护和修理的良好结合。它可以工作灌装自动灌装,填充也可以是人工的,为了方便的包装能力的多样化。

⑥热成型真空包装机主要部件采用不锈钢及铝合金,不仅造型美观,耐酸碱,耐腐蚀,防锈,清洁。

⑦产物较大,特别是对于较大长度尺寸,整个质量较大,制造成本较高,价格较高,一旦固定,不像商会真空包装机和输送机作为易于实现移动和装卸,另外,使用的环保的要求都比较严格比上述车型,该技术还需要更强。

 

 

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State Proposing Strict Standards For LED Bulbs, Some Forms Of Track Lighting

2016-05-31 08:39:25 | 高齢社会

The Sacramento-based California Energy Commission is pondering energy-efficient lighting standards that, if approved, would establish LED bulbs as a statewide staple and consign some forms of track lighting to history’s discard pile.

The CEC contends that the proposed standards on LEDs and small-diameter directional lamps could save Californians more than $4 billion in energy costs over 13 years. The agency said the recommended changes also will reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

“Replacing inefficient, energy-wasting light bulbs with more efficient ones is one of the easiest ways to save money and help California reach its energy goals,” said CEC Commissioner Andrew McAllister, the agency’s leader on energy efficiency. “Although both small-diameter directional lamps and LEDs have the potential to save significant amounts of energy, there are no federal or state standards for either.”

The CEC noted that previously approved legislation requires it to adopt standards to reduce energy use of lighting in homes by 50 percent and businesses by 25 percent from 2007 levels by 2018.

The proposed standards include screw-in LED light bulbs that consumers purchase for households. LED stands for “light-emitting diodes.”

Consumer complaints about LEDs typically center on cost – a standard household bulb generally costs $5 to $10, depending on its capabilities – compared with less expensive, traditional bulbs. The CEC says that cost will be made up over time in energy savings. The state agency also says that LEDs last “about 20 years” and that LED bulb costs are declining as they have become more mainstream.

All manufacturers currently produce bulbs that meet the proposed standards, the CEC said.

If approved, the proposed standards for LEDs would take effect in a two-tiered process, with effective dates of Jan. 1, 2017 and Jan. 1, 2019.

The CEC proposals also cover small-diameter directional lamps commonly used in commercial applications such as track lighting. Retailers, hotels and museums are among the typical users. The proposed standards cover directional lamps with a diameter of 2.25 inches or less. The proposed standards would require a minimum lifetime of 25,000 hours for each product, a standard that can only be met by LED lamps.

The CEC projects that directional lamps will potentially increase in cost by $1.50 with an average lifetime savings of nearly $12, candelabra lamps will potentially increase in cost by $1 with an average lifetime savings of about $4.50 and omnidirectional lamps will potentially increase in cost by 50 cents with an average lifetime savings of nearly $8.

For a $4 investment in the more-efficient directional lamps, the CEC estimates a savings of nearly $250 in reduced energy and lamp replacement costs over an average of 11 years.

The proposed standards for small-diameter directional lamps, if approved, would go into effect on Jan. 1, 2018.

CEC spokeswoman Amber Pasricha Beck said the LED and directional lamp deadlines would not apply to already existing stocks in stores, which would be allowed to continue to sell less-efficient lights until supplies run out.

The CEC has been at the forefront of implementing statewide standards for more-efficient light bulbs. A byproduct of that has been LEDs replacing screw-based incandescent bulbs and compact fluorescent lighting in California homes over the past decade.

Wendy Lofing-Rossotti, co-owner and treasurer of 54-year-old Lofings Lighting in midtown Sacramento, said the proposed CEC standards would not dramatically affect her business because “most of our commercial jobs already involve LED bulbs.”

“I think LEDs are a good move, and they’re becoming pretty cost-effective now. Now, at least you’re getting payback as opposed to incandescent and halogen (lights).”

Ryan Tollefson, district manager of the locally based Batteries Plus Bulbs franchise chain of stores, said the changes would likely benefit business as “anytime there’s added complexity in the market, it’s kind of good for us because we only focus on batteries and bulbs, as opposed to big-box stores.” He said Batteries Plus Bulbs stores already stock lighting products that meet the proposed standards.

The CEC’s Beck said the public is “encouraged to participate” in Wednesday’s CEC workshop on the proposals

“This open process helps guide changes to the draft standards before adoption by the commission,” she said.

The full commission is scheduled to consider adoption of the lighting standards on Dec. 9.

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