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What Are The Benefits Of Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene Sheet As A Buffer Board?

Aug 08, 2019

Ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene sheet is a kind of common engineering plastic sheet, which can be used in many industries due to its excellent performance. So what are the advantages of using it as a buffer board? According to the analysis, this ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene sheet is used as a buffer material to ensure the contact between the surface and the surface of the conveyor belt, and the force is uniform.

The longitudinal tear of the belt formed by the cracking and falling of the roller is avoided, and the probability of longitudinal tearing of the belt after being penetrated by the sharp or sharp material is greatly reduced. The conveyor belt saves the cost, the plate can effectively reduce the vibration of the blanking point, and the smooth surface of the plate minimizes the friction during the running of the conveyor belt, which greatly reduces the ordinary repair and maintenance cost of the buffer bed.


It can be seen that the processing technology of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene sheets and ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene sheets is constantly developing. By reforming ordinary processing equipment, the ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMW-PE) has been subjected to the initial pressing-sintering. Molding has evolved into extrusion, blow molding and injection molding as well as other special methods of forming.


Then, the main construction methods of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene sheet, we know more about it, let us know in detail: when the base concrete is relatively flat, it is not appropriate to make the bottom ash leveling layer, so as to avoid the formation of bad insulation layer and lead to the whole piece of the block. Peel off. Before lining, the oil, dust and other attachments on the base layer must be carefully cleaned. For the upper surface of the concrete base layer, it should be pre-leveled and removed.