The dowel Driva is used for any work with drywall. In its manufacture using high quality materials, they are responsible for strength, durability and resistance to external influences. The screw thread, located on the surface of the dowel, ensures a strong grip with the base, eliminates the loss of the self-tapping screw. One of the most popular and frequently used fasteners by specialists is the Driva dowel. It is designed for attachment to soft materials that are able to crumble or delaminate (sheets of gypsum boards, chipboard). It is screwed directly into the wall without preparation using a screwdriver or a screwdriver. Installation is quite easy and does not require additional skills, which facilitates the task as a whole. At the end of the works, there is almost never any garbage and sawdust. If necessary, the dowel of the trademark can be easily dismantled without destroying the base. Plastic fasteners are mainly used when they want to fix the plinth, lamp, switch, small shelves. Metal take when you want to install heavy heavy objects. Driva dowels are used in the construction of various structures, hidden niches, false walls, suspended ceilings, as well as in cases when it is important to use metal profile guides.They distribute the load correctly and do not deform the base. Manufacturers offer a choice of two types of Driva fasteners: In the production of plastic products using polyethylene, polypropylene or nylon, metal dowels are made from an alloy of zinc, aluminum or low carbon steel. These materials are of high quality, which ensures the strength and durability of elements for fasteners. Dowels of this brand are able to withstand a fairly large load. Specialized plastic, which is used in the manufacture, over time is not deformed and does not stretch. It calmly withstands low temperatures down to -40 degrees.Moreover, such a dowel is light and affordable, so it is in great demand among buyers. Metal fasteners are covered with anti-corrosion solution, so they are resistant to moisture and do not rust during operation. This increases the service life in comparison with other dowels, makes the choice of this fastener optimal. Externally, the dowel of the brand is a rod with a screw threadIt is hollow inside and has a flat head. On the cap there is a hole for a Phillips screwdriver. At the end of the fastener may be a sharp tip, which plays the role of the screw. It helps to screw fasteners into the surface of the base easily and accurately. It also eliminates the spontaneous loosening and loss of fasteners from the socket. Driva dowel sizes in plastic products are 12/32, 15/23 mm, in metal versions - 15/38, 14/28 mm. Shops are full of different types of fasteners from different materials, different price categories. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages. Driva wall plugs for drywall have proven to be the best.1. Glass bottles vs. plasticâ¦ which is really best? - All The Latest Glass Jar and Bottle News from JBConlineGlass bottles vs. plastic... which is really best? The containers we use for our products, food and drink have changed a lot over the past decade. Glass bottles came first but, in recent times, plastic has dominated the market. Today, however, there is a huge shift back towards glass, as a result of potentially harmful components in plastic products and the environmental impact of choosing one over the other. But which one is really best? Glass is a clear winner on the environmental front, both in terms of its production and where it ends up at the end of its life. Glass is 100% recyclable, one of the few materials that can be reused again and again without any degradation in quality. Only around 9% of plastics are recycled and most end up in landfill or in the oceans - in 2017 scientists found evidence of plastics in 83% of global tap water samples, as a result of plastic pollution, and plastics have also been found in rock salt and fish. Cleanliness and ease of use Plastic was initially marketed as the material that is easiest to use when it comes to packaging. However, this really depends on the circumstances. Glass, for example, is much easier to sterilise, whether you are sterilising baby bottles or glass bottles for home brew. Innovations such as soda lime or borosilicate glass have also made it much easier to use glass on a daily basis, as they are lighter and easier to transport and much less prone to breaking. There has been a lot of focus on bisphenol A (BPA), which was found in products such as plastic baby bottles and is now widely acknowledged to be harmful to human health. Although many plastic products are now BPA free there is a school of thought that has examined the large number of chemicals in plastics and highlighted concerns about what other components might turn out to be harmful in the future. Glass, on the other hand, has much fewer risks, as it's always been BPA and chemical free. Plastics are used for a huge range of different products and, as a result, many assumptions have been made about their effectiveness. However, the decision to use plastics in product packaging is often made on the basis of cost - plastics are generally cheaper to produce and use for those brands manufacturing the products. For consumers though plastics may not always be the better choice. There are well documented risks of chemicals leaching from plastics into food or drink - for example, some plastic bottles exposed to the sun can release BPA and antimony into the water. Plastic can also impact on enjoyment of food and drink, leaving an unpleasant taste in the mouth. Glass does not suffer from these failings, as it is both highly effective in terms of preserving, and tasteless and odourless too. Most plastics are just not aesthetically pleasing and this too can have an impact on enjoyment. Glass is a great way to display the efforts of everything, from olive oil or artisan chutney, to jam or home brew. It can be reused again and again and still look attractive. Plastic deteriorates quickly and is no good for reuse. At JBC we have a range of beautiful glass bottles that make perfect packaging - over and over again. If glass has won the packaging debate for you then we have lots of fantastic options to choose from.2. An Overview: Masterbatch | Plastics TechnologyA Masterbatch is a concentrated mixture obtained by the distribution of colours and additives into a polymer carrier by heat treatment and in-particularly a high shear mixing extruder. The mixture is then cooled, cut and formed into granules via a pelletiser. The production of masterbatch creates great demands on the compounding process: The pigment and additive parts need to be merged into the base polymer completely homogeneously. The alternatives to applying masterbatches are obtaining a fully compounded material from raw materials on site. In comparison with pure pigments, masterbatches need extra storage space and longer lead times. Another drawback is additional exposure of heat to both the carrier and the additive; which is essential for marginally thermal stable pigments. As masterbatches are premixed compositions, they use and mitigates the problems with the additive deficient dispersion. The blend of the additive in the masterbatch is higher than in the end polymer, but the additive properly dispersed in the master resin. In a way, they are associated with the use of ferroalloys for combining alloying components to steels. Masterbatches are highly concentrated with high "let down ratios", one tonne of a natural polymer can fit into a 25 kg bag. Masterbatches dilute nature, allows higher accuracy in dosing of expensive components. Masterbatches solid crystals are solvent free and tend to have a longer shelf life as the solvent in the polymer wo not evaporate. They generally contain 40-65 per cent additives, but the range can be altered from 15-80 per cent in few additional cases. Liquid masterbatches allow highly precise dosing and instant change of colour between machine runs. White masterbatch has a wide range of applications, lamination, coating, pipes, thermo-forming, protective films, fibres and in non-woven, blow moulding and injection moulding. State-of-art production capabilities contain high quality outdoor and indoor Titanium dioxide (TiO2) grades. TiO2 provides opacity by reflecting the light which is possible, due to its ability to scatter light. This is performed by refraction and diffraction of light, as it passes through the titanium dioxide particles. If there is enough light through the surface it will be reflected outward, and the object will appear opaque. Superior dispersion Thick and thin wall applying for Injection and Blow Moulding Extrusion, Cast and Brown coating Films. Ease of consolidation Food acceptable grades Range of Black Masterbatch based on polyethene, polypropylene and a universal carrier system. Colour masterbatch brings a vast change in plastic resins and various applications. Masterbatches are high-performance engineering thermoplastics. Colour that charms the eye. Colour that modifies. Colour that adds value. Colour that defines form and function. From industrial equipment to home appliances, textiles to packaging and designers, plastic processors rely on cutting-edge colour technology. Thermal stability and colour flexibility are two major constituents that make colour masterbatch a perfect solution for plastic products. These made of high-grade pigments, Masterbatches used in various processes such as insulation cables, injection-moulding and blow-moulding of bottles. Additive masterbatches prevent deterioration due to heat and shear during processing and UV radiation and oxidation in the end-user environment. It can limit the fire and resist reacting to it, the key controls can reduce the product weight, and consumption makes synthetic exteriors easier to print or laser cut. It also prevents the build-up of possible electricity. In recent times there is a vast growth for the well-finished plastic products. Differentiation into product design as well as packaging design has become supreme importance in the industry for market serving in consumer product markets. Rapid advancements in technology, as well as a gathering of new exclusive pigments, have enabled us to help the market: plastics industry.3. I need our plastic products to be manufactured oversees. Are there brokers in Atlanta who deal with oversees?You want us to help you undermine the US economic system? Put Americans out of work?