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  • Post time: Sep-30-2022

    Some sponges are poisonous. Those that are soft and colourful are likely to be poisonous chemicals. The commonly used sponge is made of foamed plastic polymer, and the recycled sponge is a new type of product, which is mainly formed by crushing, stirring, and high-temperature sterilization of glu...Read more »

  • Post time: Sep-30-2022

    Latex generally refers to a colloidal emulsion formed by dispersing polymer particles in water. It is customary to refer to the aqueous dispersion of rubber particles as latex; the aqueous dispersion of resin particles is called emulsion. Latex products processed from latex as raw materials, also...Read more »

  • Post time: Sep-30-2022

    Memory foam refers to a polyether polyurethane foam sponge with slow rebound mechanical properties, which is a special sponge developed by a European company. When the flat memory foam surface is pressed by hand, a fingerprint will appear and then slowly disappear. This is the iconic effect of me...Read more »

  • Post time: Sep-30-2022

    1. Material difference: The raw material of latex is natural oak sap, which is formed by foaming to generate pores. Memory foam is also called slow rebound sponge. The raw material is extracted from petroleum, and it is mainly chemical synthesis. 2. Different lifespans: Latex will not deform for ...Read more »

  • Post time: Aug-26-2022

    Filter sponge is a high-tech material. It is designed for astronauts to help relieve the stress astronauts experience during takeoff, landing and flight. Due to the pressure relief characteristics of filter sponges, filter sponges are widely used in many places. Let’s take a look at the unk...Read more »

  • Post time: Aug-26-2022

    BS-Polyurethane sponge filler Polyurethane bio-sponge filler is made by double blasting of oxygen and hydrogen, and the pores are uniform and interconnected, so as to achieve an all-round bacterial culture carrier of the whole bio-sponge filler. Polyurethane sponge biological filler, its porous a...Read more »

  • Post time: Aug-26-2022

    Environmentally friendly sponge is made of many chemical substances polymerized. Its main chemical component is polyurethane, which is a kind of polymer material, so it will produce a lot of irritating gas during chemical reaction, which is a toxic substance. Environmentally friendly sponges requ...Read more »

  • Post time: Aug-26-2022

    There are 16 sizes of sponges. Ordinary sponge: sponge with a density of 15-50. High-quality sponge: It is a sponge with excellent strength such as no filler, uniform cells, tensile strength and extensibility. Flame retardant sponge: There are white, black, gray and other density specifications p...Read more »

  • Post time: Jul-22-2022

    The high-resilience sponge is produced and processed by using polyurethane (PU) high, medium and low density high-resilience foam composite materials. Its main component is polyurethane, English: PU. The high-resilience sponge has a mixed distribution of cell diameters, different skeleton thic...Read more »

  • Post time: Jul-22-2022

    Memory foam overview: Memory foam is a polyether polyurethane foam sponge with slow rebound mechanical properties. It is a special sponge developed by a European company. The common English name is MEMORY FOAM, and memory foam is its literal translation. In China, it is also called slow rebound s...Read more »

  • Post time: Jun-29-2022

    There are basically three ways we can think of to reliably disinfect kitchen sponges: Immersion in a suitable liquid disinfectant solution for suitable amounts of time. ‘Suitable time span’ will depend on the product used and a slew of other factors. Some candidates: Chl...Read more »

  • Post time: Jun-29-2022

      Sponges do not have nervous, digestive or circulatory systems. Instead, most rely on maintaining a constant water flow through their bodies to obtain food and oxygen and to remove wastes. Sponges are animals that belong to the phylum Porifera, which means "pore bearer....Read more »

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