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How to identify high-performance insulation cups
Oct 17, 2017

1. Plastic parts identification method: food grade new plastic is characterized by small smell, appearance light, no burr, long life is not easy to aging. General plastic or plastic recycling is characterized by large smell, color dim, burr, easy to crack the plastic easy to crack.

2. Capacity easy to identify law: the depth of the liner and the height of the shell together, (16-18MM difference) capacity and nominal value of the fit. Some of the poor quality of the cup in the cup to increase the sand, cement blocks to make up for the missing weight. Misunderstanding, cup / pot heavier is not necessarily good

3. Seal function identification method: in the cup of water, the clockwise direction tighten the corks and cups, the cup flat on the table, should be no water leakage; cup and cup of the rotation should be flexible, no gap

4. Vacuum insulation function Simple identification method: the water into the insulation cup clockwise tighten the stopper or lid 2-3 minutes after hand contact with the cup outside the body, if the cup body has a clear warm appearance, clarify the goods Has now lost the vacuum, can not reach the outstanding role of insulation.

5. Stainless steel data easy to identify the law: stainless steel data specifications, during which 18/8 that this stainless steel material containing 18% chromium, containing 8% nickel, to reach this specification information, fit the national food-grade norms are green goods, Rust, corrosion resistance.

In the market to see the general insulation cup dark or white, you go to participate in 1% of the salt water soak, in twenty-four hours will rust. If this is the case, to clarify some elements of excessive, will directly affect the user's health.

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