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Medicinal foil packaging type and structure: Blister cover and child resistant blister foil

In the last article, we introduced the general types and packaging structures of cold forming foil packaging, and today we will introduce a child-resistant medicinal packaging foil. We all know that the correct administration of medicines is crucial, and it is easy for children to mistake medicines for candy because of curiosity. After the drug …

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Medicinal foil packaging type and structure-cold forming packaging foil

In addition to being industrially produced as an industrial raw material, aluminum foil can also be used as a packaging material. For example, food packaging materials and pharmaceutical packaging materials have many packaging types. Today we mainly introduce the types and common structures of medicinal aluminum foil. The first: cold forming packaging aluminum foil Features: …

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What are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 series aluminum alloys-1

There are many types of aluminum alloys. These categories are classified by numbers and are divided into 1-8 series aluminum alloys. These numbers are defined according to the amount of aluminum contained. For example, the most aluminum content is the 1 series. 1 series stands for 1050, 1060, 1070, 1000 series aluminum plates, also known …

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8011 aluminum foil VS 1100 aluminum foil

What’s the difference between 8011 and 1100 aluminum foil? Aluminum foil commonly used materials are 8011 aluminum foil and 1100 aluminum foil. They have different alloys. What’s the difference? Aluminum foil 1100 differs from aluminum foil alloy 8011. The process difference lies in the annealing temperature. The annealing temperature of 1100 aluminum foil is lower …

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8 metal elements that affect the properties of aluminum alloys

Aluminum has many excellent properties, but it is often necessary to add other metals to improve performance during processing. Which metals can affect the properties of aluminum alloys? There are There are eight metal elements such as vanadium, calcium, lead, tin, bismuth, antimony, beryllium, and sodium. Due to the different uses of the finished aluminum …

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