Key words: parts silicone, industrial components silicone, industrial moulds silicone…
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Packaging is very important. The fact that everywhere you look, something is protected by some sort of packaging just shows us how much it is a part of our lives. Packaging is used to protect a variety of different products. You can find a wide range of shapes and sizes, all designed for different purposes
Our main products:
- parts silicone:
Components are fabricated on semiconductor wafers (commonly silicon) before being diced into die, tested, and packaged. The package provides a means for connecting it to the external environment
- industrial components silicone:
Silicones are used in sealants, adhesives, lubricants, medicine, cooking utensils, and thermal and electrical insulation…
- industrial moulds silicone:
After a product is designed, usually by an industrial designer or an engineer, moulds are made by a mould-maker (or toolmaker) from metal, usually either steel or aluminium, and precision-machined to form the features of the desired part, from the smallest components to entire ones.
An example in the pharmaceutical industry:
Packaging is defined as the collection of different components which surround the pharmaceutical product from the time of production until its use.
Packaging pharmaceutical products is a broad, encompassing, and multi-faceted task. Packaging is responsible for providing life-saving drugs, medical devices, medical treatments, and new products like medical nutritionals (nutraceuticals) in every imaginable dosage form to deliver every type of supplement, poultice, liquid, solid, powder, suspension, or drop to people the world over.
Packaging can reside, or report through research and development (R and D), engineering, operations, purchasing, marketing, or the general administrative department of a company. For the majority of products produced in pharmaceutical industries it is probably the single largest aggregate purchase made by a company of materials critical to the protection, distribution, and sale of the product.
Functions of Packaging
- Presentation and information – Packaging is also an essential source of information on medicinal products. Such information is provided by labels and package inserts for patients.
- Identification – The printed packs serves the functions of providing both identity and information.
- Recycled matter;
- Environmental friendliness;
- Strength + Style;
- Durability + less weighted.