What are Non-Woven bags?
The Non-Woven bags are made up of polypropylene polymers.
These polypropylene polymers are spun using heat and air into cotton candy-like long fluffy threads.
The long-fluffy threads are later pressed together between hot rollers to come out with a solid fabric having complete flexibility and a weave-like texture that appears similar to the canvas with much more benefits and better attributes in more than one way.
The mechanical and thermal bonding of the polypropylene polymers provides bags with much more desirable strength along with other useful attributes.
What are the unique attributes of these Non-Woven bags?
Non-Woven bags have emerged as a significant product when the world is struggling with non-recyclable plastics and polythene bags.
As the waste and the scrap produced by such material add more to the miseries of the planet itself by raising piles of non-recyclable scrap, which has no solution other than bearing with them.
This non-recyclable scrap is turning the world more into a scrap yard rather than providing much convenience to the consumer.
Here are other distinctive attributes of these Non-woven bags, which have made them the first preference of consumers as well as to the International watchdogs working on eliminating non-recyclable material production to save the planet.
- These bags are user-friendly, handy, smooth, and soft to be comfortably handled and used by the consumers.
- They are suitable to store all types of stuff from farm produce to grocery as they are air permeable and stored items fresh.]
- These bags are eco-friendly, recyclable, and are not a hazard to the environment in any manner.
- These bags are water-resistant, unlike paper bags, and are a perfect fit to store wet items.
- They are with a profound aesthetic appeal besides being hypoallergenic and can be easily used by all without any fear of allergic reactions.
- They are washable to make them reusable to maintain hygiene and cleanliness.
- They are reliable, easy to store, and come with an extended life to serve for longer periods.
Why manufacturing Non-Woven bags are becoming a headache?
Though the Non-Woven bags have evolved out as a boon for the consumers as well as suppliers but their manufacturing is a critical process, which requires good machines and controlled manufacturing setup.
The process demands the controlled mechanical and thermal process, where a slight fluctuation or a deviation from the standard parameters hamper the quality of the Non-Woven bags on the one hand and reduce the output on the other hand while significantly adding to the number of rejections.
One could have good machines but what to do with the quality of the power supplied by the utility running these machines. And the poor-quality power running these machines has made the Non-Woven bags enterprises a sick unit even when the demands are alarming, and the market is running short of them.
Why is it so?
Expecting quality power from the utility in our country is synonymous to expecting good rains from the almighty. Either there is no rain resulting in drought, or there are heavy rains to cause a flood to wreak havoc.
Similarly, with present electrical utility, there is no control on the type of power supplied at one’s premises no matter whether residential, commercial or industrial.
Either there are surges and spikes, leave aside over-voltages, or there are brown-outs. And, in both cases, it is the industrial sector that gets affected the worst.
A single instant of erratic power leads to derailing the entire production process and stand-still the production bringing down the plant efficiency to let the manufacturing a viable venture.
Above all, the surges and spikes directly lead to major breakdowns halting the entire system for days and even weeks until the concerned engineer arrives to put the system back to use.
And, the manufacturer severely gets affected by production loss besides huge maintenance and recovery bills as every repair and replacement cost.
Are we advising to shut the production?
No, we are advocating either have quality power delivered at the doorstep or get the power rectified to deliver a correct voltage in proper Sinusoidal waveform to the installed system.
The first option is not in your hand; however, one can always work on supplying the setup with rectified quality power as per the machine manufacturers specifications and standards.
How to get quality power?
Servostar Voltage Stabilizer along with an Isolated transformer delivers clean and stabilized power supply of a proper sinusoidal waveform to let industry function smoothly without any power failure, or production loss, or other monetary losses on account of machine and equipment unplanned breakdown maintenance.
The Servostar Voltage Stabilizer provides the system with rated power supply without any under voltage or over voltage that leads to machinery failure.
An Isolated transformer, on the other hand, isolates the electrical system from being affected by spikes and surges generated directly from the utility or spikes and surges generated from one’s nearby neighbourhood.
Therefore, with a Servostar Voltage Stabilizer and an isolated transformer installed at the incoming supply of premises ensures stress-free manufacturing besides elongating machinery life to make them run for years even after their tentative life as mentioned by the manufacturer.
And that too at no extra cost as the cost gets nullified by the monetary losses one incurs on account of production loss and preventive, corrective and breakdown maintenance.
Servostar Voltage Stabilizer is an established renowned manufacturer based out of India and are catering to entire pan India in reliable power equipment like Servo Stabilizers and transformers including isolation transformers for residential, commercial and industrial services.
With a proven track record of supplying clean and rated power from last more than twenty years to more than thousands of repeated clients, they have become an established partner of all residential, commercial, and industrial setups, which use electrical power to power their homes, industries and commercial setups.
They are power auditors and consultants also. They provide consultancy to all new and old industrial setups to help manufacturers curtail operation costs to increase revenue from existing installations without any additional burden.