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Green is still the future development trend of plastic machinery

Green is still the future development trend of plastic machinery

Plastics as artificial synthetic materials will cause harm to the environment from birth to death. The polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, phenylpropanoids and dioxins produced by high temperature will cause damage to the environment and human body; they are limited by the original technical process and level. China's earlier presses will cause a lot of pollution and waste of resources during production. However, with the development of science and technology in China and the society's emphasis on energy conservation and emission reduction, China's presses have been aiming at “green presses” on the road of transformation and upgrading, and have achieved fruitful results in recent years.

“Green” is still the future development trend of plastic machinery. Intelligentization brings energy saving and emission reduction.

China's labor market has undergone earth-shaking changes. Compared with the labor-intensive society more than ten years ago, the current Chinese society is beginning to become intelligent and automated, that is, a technology-intensive society is gradually emerging. Efficient intelligent, automated production workshops through the sophisticated and advanced cutting-edge science and technology to produce and service, replace the original labor costs, and liberate human productivity.

With the development of science and technology, China's transition to a technology-intensive society has become more rapid, and combined with industrial concentration, China's plastic resources have been redistributed and used. These plastic machine equipment and processes based on advanced science and technology have greatly reduced resource consumption and improved resource utilization.

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