Customized PBTA PLA Corn Starch Biodegradable Disposable Aprons
|Place of Origin:
|Biodegradable Disposable Aprons
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:
|carton box or as customized
|Base PBAT Disposable Apron
|European And American Markets
|Restaurant Baking Kitchen
|Breathable And Soft
|EN13432 And ASTM6400
Corn Starch Biodegradable Disposable Aprons,
PBTA Biodegradable Disposable Aprons,
Biodegradable Disposable Aprons
customized PBTA PLA corn starch biodegradable disposable Aprons for exporting european
Product composition: polyester PBAT (60~70)% + corn starch (15~30)% + polylactic acid PLA (5~15)%. PBAT, starch and PLA are all bio-based materials without any traditional plastic components such as PE.
|Biodegradable and compostable
|Minimum order quantity
|DIN CERTCO; ISO9001-14001;
Certification and feature
Relevant certification: Pass the EU industrial compost certification, comply with the EU EN13432 and American ASTM6400 standards, and obtain the corresponding certificate, the products have been exported to the European and American markets. At the same time, the company has obtained GB/T19001-2016/ISO9001:2015 management system certification.
Degradation performance: Under composting conditions, it can be decomposed into water and carbon dioxide by microorganisms and enzymes within 180 days. No toxic gas will be produced during the degradation process, and no harmful substances will remain after degradation. It is fully degraded, environmentally friendly and has no residue.
It has the physical properties of traditional plastic bags, good tensile strength, printable, soft texture and good air permeability.
Degradable materials Advantage
Degradable materials have their advantages in performance, practicability, degradability and safety. In terms of performance, biodegradable plastics can meet or exceed the performance of traditional plastics in certain specific areas; in terms of practicality, biodegradable plastics and similar traditional plastics have similar application and hygienic properties; in terms of degradability, they can Degradable plastics can quickly degrade. In the natural environment (specific microorganisms, temperature and humidity) after use, degradable plastics are easily favored by the environment in terms of safety. The substances produced or remaining in the degradation process are harmless to the environment and will not affect the environment. The survival of humans and other organisms.