TYPE OF BALE
1. Domestic : 33.33 kg/bale; 36 bales = 1.20 mts /pallet -> 16 pallets = 19.20 mts /container 20’.
2. Export : 35kg /bale; 36 bales= 1.26 mts /palle -> 16 pallets = 20.16 mts /container 20’.
- Length : 670 mm +/-20mm
- Width : 330 mm +/-20mm
- Height : 170 mm +/-5mm
1.THIN BAG: normal polythene bags or called Normal Poly
- Length : 950 mm -1.050 mm
- Width : 500 mm - 550 mm
-Thickness : 0,03 mm +/-0,01mm
- Maximum meltability : 109 oC
-Melting point : 90-96 oC
-Density : 0.92 g/cm3
- Dispersity : compatible with rubber at 110 oC
- Length : 950mm-1.050mm
- Width : 500mm –550mm
-Thickness : 0.10mm +/-0.01mm
- Materials used to produce rubber is auxiliary latex (coagulum latex, bowl latex, braid latex). These latexes are mixed with one another according to a appropriate proportion to create quality products.
- Specifications of this rubber include Po index, impurities content, plasticity retention index, ash content, volatile matter content, nitrogen content. Difference among materials used to manufacture this rubber require a closer control quality of grades from the latices (SVRL, CV) and a more meticulous blend.
- Producing block rubber from auxiliary latices must be done through a lot of steps: preliminary cleaning of materials, cutting into small pieces, chopping into smaller pieces (reducing size), drying….
- This is a type of rubber produced from coagulum latex, miscellaneous latex and through a skilful process, so the rubber is tough. Therefore, this rubber is mixed with low-grade RSS, CV50 to manufacture very good products.
- In addition, it’s possible to combine this rubber with grades of latex to create GP (general purpose) products in order to meet basic requirements of tyre production.
PACKAGING FOR EXPORT
- Wooden pallets (palletized crates or wooden pallets): are made from hardwood, containing no termites and bark. Each wooden pallet contains 1,200kg or 1,260kg.
Size of pallets:
- Length : 1,425mm ± 5 mm
- Width : 1,100mm ± 5 mm
- Height : 925 mm ± 5 mm
NOTE: All of wood used to make pallets are processed with Borate solution (mixing 6kg Borate with 3m3 of water, soaking within 8 hours, then taking out to dry.