Plastic bag development history

by:Yucai     2019-12-08

When it comes to plastic bags, the first thing that people think of is white pollution. In order to facilitate the convenience of human beings, the environment has deteriorated. Not to mention the quality of plastic itself, simply talk about the development of plastics and plastic bags.

In the 1950s, photographer Parks tried different methods of handling cotton. One day, he tried to mix the cotton with the camphor. To his surprise, the mixing produced a flexible material that was bendable. Parks called the substance 'Paxin', which was the earliest plastic. Parks used 'Paxin' to make a variety of items: combs, pens, buttons and jewelry. However, Parks is not very business conscious and has lost money on his own business venture. In the 20th century, people began to explore new uses for plastics. Almost everything in the family can be made from some kind of plastic.

In 1909, Baeland of the United States first synthesized phenolic plastics. In the 1930s, nylon was introduced, which was called 'combined by coal, air and water, thinner than spider silk, harder than steel, and superior to silk.' Their emergence laid the foundation for the invention and production of various plastics. Due to the development of the petrochemical industry in the Second World War, plastic raw materials replaced coal with oil, and the plastics manufacturing industry also developed rapidly.

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