Injection Molding Workshop

Cleanroom molding is the process of creating plastic parts in a special room optimized to reduce the risk of contamination by dust or other particles.

Most of our spouts are for food industry and require to be produced in a cleanroom environment.

There are a number of differences between a typical plastic injection molding floor and cleanroom molding.

Positive air flow: To ensure purity of the air and to maintain a strict particulate count, we use positive air flow to ensure a specific class.
Masking requirements: Engineers and operators enter the cleanroom fully covered—including shoe covers, gowns, and hair covers.
Packaging restrictions: Packaging—like certain corrugated materials—that may produce additional particulates– are not allowed in the cleanroom.

 

 
     
     

 

 

 

Film Extrusion Workshop

All HANSIN Polyethylene films are coextruded

“HANSIN continuously update the formulation of the PE films to assure the good performance in terms of flexibility, sealing, strength and odorless.
HANSIN international suppliers provide the superior quality and innovative resins in the market for liquid packaging”

 

 
     
     

 

 

 

Lamination Workshop

SOLVENT LESS technology

“Since many years HANSIN decided to stop using solvent in the adhesives for lamination.
We protect the environment and provide to our customers more ecofriendly GREEN bags.”

 

 
     
     

 

 

 

Bag making Workshop

Cleanroom bag making is the process of making plastic bags in a special room optimized to reduce the risk of contamination by dust or other particles.

MOST OF our bags are for food industry and require to be produced in a cleanroom environment.

Positive air flow: To ensure purity of the air and to maintain a strict particulate count, we use positive air flow to ensure a specific class.

Masking requirements: Engineers and operators enter the cleanroom fully covered—including shoe covers, glowns, and hair covers.

Packaging restrictions: our bag making machines are separated from the collecting area in order to avoid the presence of corrugated materials like carton or wood that may produce additional particulates, not allowed in the cleanroom.

 

 
     
     
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