We are having two production systems for the pulp molding production which they could be suitable for different quality demand.
The Dry press The Wet Press
Making Pulp

Different raw material like recycled corrugated paper, sugar cane, bamboo pulp or reed¡­ are available for different quality purpose of the final products. It is fed via a hopper into pulping pools. By only adding water, the raw material becomes a pulp and reaches the right consistency as it moves towards the forming machines.
Forming the products

The mixed pulp is fed into the forming machines. Our machines are semi automatic and lower the tool into the pulp mix. As the tool is raised out of the mix, a combination of gravity and a vacuum-generated by an external machine-evict the water, leaving the pulp to form around the sides of the tool. At the tip of it¡¯s cycle, the male part of the tool (where the pulp is forming) presses into a female part where further vacuum suction helps bind the fibers, giving the product strength and shape. The formed product is then emitted from the tool and put on racks to be moved outside or tooling for drying.
Drying the products

The formed product will contain large amounts of water and has to be dried before it can be pressed. We prefer to dry product naturally (it could be dried in our tooling as well). It¡¯s more sustainable and like the best environmental practices-more economical.
Hot Pressing the products

Higher quality products, where precision or aesthetic are important, need to be heat pressed. Dried products placed on a heated molded plate and pressed. It is at this stage where a logo or message can be embossed into the product if required. This provides great branding opportunities at no extra cost. Some products are cut and finished as the very final step, before they are packed for shipment to customers.
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