EPE cotton packaging and foam packaging are two different packaging materials. But, what is the specific difference between these two packaging materials?
EPE pearl cotton is a polyethylene foam with a non-crosslinked closed cell structure. It is a new type of environmental protection packaging material. The English name is EPE pearl cotton; foam plastic is formed by a large number of gas micropores dispersed in solid plastic. It is a kind of polymer material, so basically, pearl cotton and foam are two completely different packaging materials. Let’s take a closer look:
EPE pearl cotton is an ideal substitute for traditional packaging materials, widely used in packaging of instrumentation, computers, electronic appliances, audio, medical equipment, industrial control chassis, lighting, handicrafts, glass, ceramics, home appliances, spraying, wine and gift packaging, hardware Packaging of products and other products.
Foam packaging mainly refers to the thermal processing of foamable polystyrene EPE raw materials through molds, and the produced packaging products are commonly known as “foam”. It can be processed into packaging products of various shapes and thicknesses as required. Packaging products are generally white, with low shock load absorption capacity, and are fragile in heat insulation, sound insulation, aging, corrosion, and anti-static properties.