RECOMENDATIONS OF USE2019-02-12T10:52:19+00:00

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR AN OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE OF THE PLASTIC FOR MULCH FILM

  • Place them on a flat surface free of objects, tips or cutting pieces.
  • Do not place heavy, sharp or chemical objects on them.
  • Do not drop abruptly, hit, drag or rub your edges.
  • Do not store together with chemical products.
  • Do not place directly on the bare floor before installing.
  • Store in a cool, dark and dry place.
  • The use of the material should be the recommended and agreed upon when requesting the material, another use other than padding should be analyzed previously to obtain the expected result.
  • It is recommended that the material be unwound freely in an arrow resting on the structure of the mulcher and not the surface of the roll on the structure or rollers of the quilter.
  • The tension applied by the mulcher in the longitudinal and transverse directions during the installation of the plastic should not be excessive in order not to thin the material and promote breakage or premature degradation.
  • Do not rub the edges of the rolls in the structure of the quilter to avoid damaging the film during installation.
  • Do not drag, hit or drop the rolls abruptly during handling.
  • Perform the recommended dosage and frequency of application, limiting the use of those containing sulfur, chlorine, iron and copper to a minimum.
  • Avoid accumulation of pesticides on the surface of the plastic as this will lead to its degradation.
  • When carrying out chemical disinfection, it must be borne in mind that the maximum amounts of Sulfur and Chlorine that the plastic can tolerate are the following:
    Plastic duration: 12 months
    Sulfur: 1500 ppm
    Chlorine: 100ppm
    * ppm. Parts per million
  • In general, levels above 1000ppm Sulfur and 50ppm Chlorine can decrease or affect the integrity of the film.
  • The materials are supplied according to the characteristics and properties agreed upon when ordering the materials according to the crop, duration, use, etc.
  • The colors and tones of the materials are produced based on the agreed standard with their respective maximum and minimum ranges.
  • The appearance of the materials will be agreed according to the standard and their respective ranges of variation.
  • Place them on a flat surface free of objects, tips or cutting pieces.
  • Do not place heavy objects, cutting or chemical products on them.
  • Do not drop abruptly, hit, drag or rub your edges.
  • Do not store together with chemical products.
  • Do not place directly on the bare floor.
  • Store in a cool, dark and dry ligature.
  • When installing the film, the printed logo of ICUSA must be inside the tunnel.
  • The structure must be free of rust, wires, sharp or loose parts. Periodic inspection should be performed to avoid failures.
  • In the contact area of ​​the plastic with the structure, it must have adhesive reflective tape or be covered with light colored water-based paint.
  • For the case of using bleaching in the days of greater radiation, use water based products that do not affect the duration of the plastic. When removing the bleach use water or aqueous products that do not contain acids.
  • Do not touch the rolls during installation.
  • Do not drag, hit or drop the rolls abruptly during handling or handling.
  • Do not install during hotter hours due to the softening of the plastic that causes excessive tension and can cause strong contractions when the temperature decreases.
  • The tension of the plastic must be adequate to prevent it from being loose and generate friction on the structure causing breakage, not too high to avoid premature degradation due to stress of the material.
  • Perform the recommended dosage and frequency of application, limiting the use of those containing sulfur, chlorine, iron and copper to a minimum.
  • Avoid accumulation of pesticides on the surface of the plastic as this will lead to its degradation.
  • When carrying out chemical disinfection of the floor, cover it with plastic that has a barrier to prevent it from affecting the roof. At the end of the disinfection, ventilate the greenhouse well.
  • The materials are supplied according to the characteristics and properties agreed upon when ordering the materials according to the crop, duration, use, etc.
  • The colors and tones of the materials are produced based on the agreed standard with their respective maximum and minimum ranges.
  • The appearance of the materials will be agreed according to the standard and their respective ranges of variation.

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR OPTIMAL PLASTIC PERFORMANCE FOR GREENHOUSE COVER

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR OPTIMUM PLASTIC PERFORMANCE FOR INDUSTRIAL USE

  • Place them on a flat surface free of objects, tips or cutting pieces.
  • Do not place heavy objects, cutting or chemical products on them.
  • Do not drop abruptly, hit, drag or rub your edges.
  • Do not store together with chemical products.
  • Do not place directly on the bare floor.
  • Store in a cool, dark and dry ligature.
  • The use of the material should be recommended, agreed and approved when requesting the material (rigidity, COF, seal), product to be packed or any other particular characteristic in the material to obtain the expected result.
  • It is recommended that the material be consumed within the next 6 months after its production date to avoid that the additives used in the manufacture of the material lose their effectiveness and yellowing and partial blockage in the material occurs.
  • It is recommended to consume the product following the PEPS system (First First Outputs).
  • Do not rub the edges of the rolls in the structure of the machine when unrolling the material so as not to damage the film.
  • Do not drag, hit or drop the rolls abruptly during handling.
  • The materials are supplied according to the characteristics and properties agreed upon when ordering the materials according to the crop, duration, use, etc.
  • The colors and tones of the materials are produced based on the agreed standard with their respective maximum and minimum ranges.
  • The appearance of the materials will be agreed according to the standard and their respective ranges of variation.
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