PC gel meets pyrolysis bisphenol


PC gel meets pyrolysis bisphenol A Use: A material that […]

PC gel meets pyrolysis bisphenol A
Use: A material that is used in large quantities, especially in bottles, is controversial because it contains bisphenol A. Lin Hanhua, an associate professor in the Department of Biology and Chemistry at the City University of Hong Kong, said that in theory, as long as the bisphenol A is converted into a plastic structure during the process of making the PC, it means that the product is completely free of bisphenol A, let alone release. However, if a small amount of bisphenol A is not converted into a plastic structure of PC, it may be released into food or drink. Therefore, be careful, pay special attention when using this plastic container.
The higher the temperature of bisphenol A remaining in PC, the more release and the faster the speed. Therefore, hot water should not be used in PC water bottles to avoid increasing the rate and concentration of bisphenol A (if any). If your kettle has the number 7, the following methods can reduce the risk:
● Wash the kettle without a dishwasher or a dishwasher.
● Do not heat when using.
● Do not let the kettle shine directly in the sun.
● Before using for the first time, wash with baking soda powder and warm water, and dry naturally at room temperature. Because bisphenol A will release more during the first use and long-term use.
● If any damage or breakage of the container is recommended, it is recommended to stop using it because the surface of the plastic product has fine pits and it is easy to hide bacteria.
● Avoid repeated use of aging plastic appliances.

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