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  • STM Turbo Mill - S. Shin Co., Ltd

    S.SHIN CO., LTD sales over domestic and foreign market. We manufacture various mixers, powder grinders, and screw conveyors for biochemistry, pharmaceutics, food, and chemical industry company. S.SHIN CO., LTD. has plentiful manufacturing experience which meets GMP requirements and reaches the qualification of pharmaceutics and foods with outstanding reputation due to our extensive and sound responsibility.   S. Shin Co., Ltd. is Professional manufacturer of Mixer, Packaging Machine, Mill, Cutting Crush, Powder Grinder, Sieving Machine.   Application Foodstuff:Rice, Salt, MSG, Sugar, Corn, Kaoliang, Agar-Agar, Ginger, Pepper, Spices, Red Bean, Soybean, Pea, Wheat, Oat, Rice Bran, Grain Powder, Fish Powder, Pearl, Banana Chip.. Chemical:ABS, PE, EVA, PVC, TPE, Rubber, Calcium Carbonate, Rice Husk, Gypsum, ORE, Fertilizer, Zinc Oxide , Aluminum Oxide,Cobalt Oxide,Copper Oxide,Calcium Oxide, Titanium Oxide, Iron Oxide, Presticides, Talcum Powder. Features Rugged Construction:The simplified construction of crusher without inside filter screen, featuring minimum trouble and extra long service life. Minimum Wear:The machine employs air turbo milling, providing minimum contact with material. Minimum wear of milling, especially when grinding beans and grains. Versatile Application:The special milling action ensures excellent milling quality for organic or non-organic materials. Easy to Maintain:The upper housing is easy to open, permitting easy access to inside mechanism for added convenience of cleaning. Labor Saving:Volumetric material infeed reduces labor requirement. Powerful Blowing:The turbo mill provides proper air flow and air pressure for material milling and delivering. Enclosed Construction:The fully enclosed machine construction absolutely avoids powder leakage. Specification Model Inner dia. of mill Roation Speed (R.P.M) Power Reuirement vol of exhaust air(m3/min) STM-250 Ø250mm(10 inches) 4500 15~20 HP 6 ~ 10 STM-400 Ø400mm(16 inches) 3500 40~50 HP 10 ~ 20 STM-600 Ø600mm(24 inches) 2800 60~75 HP 18 ~ 30 STM-800 Ø800mm(32inches) 2400 125 HP 24 ~ 40 Depends On Crushing Products STM: STM-250: STM-400: STM-800: More

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  • Cosmeceuticals and Cosmetic Packaging Going Green to Meet Customers’ Requirements

    The global cosmetics market size was valued at USD 262.21 billion in 2022 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.2% from 2023 to 2030. One of the key factors driving the market expansion during the forecast period is the widespread increase in the adoption of skincare and personal care products along with the rise in the global ageing population. A recent market trends report for cosmetics and cosmeceutical states clearly that the “consumers’ preference for organic cosmetics over products with chemical bases is supported by growing knowledge about these goods and their beneficial effects on the skin, which is further fueling the market expansion”. Consumers are going greener and greener, and cosmetic packaging is looking for sustainable solutions.   In the past years, the EU-funded project POLYBIOSKIN focused on how biobased and biodegradable polymers can be modified to meet the challenging requirements for cosmetic preservation while ensuring biodegradability and meeting the requirement of environmental sustainability. Several biobased and biodegradable polymers such as PLA and PHA are already available on the market together with some solutions for both rigid and flexible cosmetic packaging, but for many others, their technology readiness level is still confining these materials to the lab for final validation. A fruitful cooperation among researchers of the University of Pisa, led by Prof. Cinelli, and industries in POLYBIOSKIN took the lead in offering options to the cosmetic sector towards adopting biobased polymers for their packaging.  There is high and increasing demand for packaging made from bioplastics, but there are still a number of challenges to address for biobased cosmetic packaging: special requirements are set for cosmetics packaging due to the intrinsic instability of cosmetic products, packaging must be able to preserve the properties of a cosmetic or personal care product, avoiding deterioration before the expiration date, and protecting products from microbial contamination.   Additionally, packaging must provide barriers to oxygen, water, ultra-violet (UV), and migration of substances from the packaging to the cosmetic, or from the cosmetic to the packaging. The peer-reviewed paper published by the research teams of the University of Pisa provides an interesting and thorough analysis of how PLA and PHA-based materials can be used for cosmetic packaging. According to the authors, PLA-based composites are suitable for packaging cosmetics, but it is necessary to conduct specific tests by taking into consideration the specific cosmetic composition to be filled in the packaging, the required shelf life of the products and the final goals the cosmetic aims to achieve. PHA-based materials are also very promising when it comes to use in applications where environmental concern and biocompatibility are required: they are characterized by high biodegradability in different environments and they are very versatile, as they can be used in a variety of applications such as packaging, moulded goods, paper coatings, nonwoven fabrics, adhesives, and films. However, research to test their durability and shelf life is still ongoing.   In parallel, there is an evident, strong trend towards the use of sustainably produced raw materials in the cosmetics field, mainly as active ingredients in formulations. More and more sustainably produced raw materials are being introduced into the cosmetics field not only as components of packaging materials but also as ingredients for cosmetics. Among the variety of polysaccharides recovered in great quantity as waste material, the natural polymers chitin and lignin can be utilized to produce innovative non-woven tissues for medical and cosmetic use: chitin and lignin are made by biobased industrial processes and biologically derived waste materials and are characterized for their low carbon footprint. They are both natural, organic macromolecules produced and used to protect from the pathogen aggressions in the cell walls of both plants and animals. These polymers can be easily produced by both electrospinning and casting technologies when used at their nano-dimension. These bio-nano-polymers would allow a low-cost production of medical tissues, characterized by anti-inflammatory, immune-modulatory, and skin repair effectiveness as well as of innovative cosmetic tissues with protective, moisturizing and anti-ageing activity.   According to the study of the Campania University, led by Prof. Morgante, chitin-lignin scaffolds, when used as carriers for their physicochemical and biological effectiveness, have the capacity to load the selected active ingredients, releasing them at the right dose, right time, and right skin layer. These smart non-woven cosmeceutical tissues can find applications not only in advanced medications and beauty masks but also innovative biodegradable fabrics for diapers and thus help reduce waste.   These three scientific papers provide more technical insights on options for using sustainable, possibly compostable, or biodegradable packaging in cosmetic packaging and cosmeceuticals.     References: Cinelli et al. Cosmetic Packaging to Save the Environment: Future Perspectives , https://doi.org/10.3390/cosmetics6020026 . Link: https://www.mdpi.com/2079-9284/6/2/26  Morganti et al. Chitin & Lignin: Turning Food Waste into Cosmeceuticals. J Clin Cosmet Dermatol 3(1): dx.doi.org/10.16966/2576-2826.135 Link: https://www.sciforschenonline.org/journals/clinical-cosmetic-dermatology/JCCD-3-135.php  Morganti et al. Biopolymer- and Natural fiber-based biomimetic tissues to realize smart cosmeceuticals and nutraceuticals using an innovative approach,Pharmaceutics 2023,15,2525.doi:10.3390/pharmaceutics15112525 https://www.mdpi.com/1999-4923/15/11/2525       Credit More

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  • Celebrating Innovation and Sustainability: KOREA PACK 2024 Showcases the Future of Packaging Solutions

    The 24th International Process & Packaging Exhibition, KOREA PACK 2024, is set to take place from April 23(Tue.) to April 26(Fri.), 2024, at the KINTEX exhibition center in Republic of Korea. This highly anticipated event, organized by the Korean Packaging Machinery Association, Monthly Packaging, and Kyungyon Exhibition Corp, will showcase sustainable, efficient, and safe packaging solutions.     KOREA PACK 2024 aims to bring together cutting-edge packaging technologies and products tailored to various industries, including food and beverages, confectionery and bakery, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and household goods. With more than 1,000 industry leaders and experts expected to attend from over 25 countries, including Korea, Europe, the Americas, Japan, China, Southeast Asia and India, the exhibition will feature over 3,000 booths, making it a truly international platform for the packaging industry.   This year's theme, "Sustainability, Efficiency, and Safe Packaging," underscores the growing importance of environmentally friendly and socially responsible packaging practices. With a focus on carbon neutrality and addressing environmental concerns, KOREA PACK 2024 will host the "ESG Sustainable Packaging Special Exhibition & Conference." This special event will highlight companies that offer innovative packaging solutions that minimize environmental impact while meeting the needs of a rapidly changing market.   The Korean Packaging Machinery Association, known for its expertise and contributions to the packaging industry, is committed to ensuring the success of KOREA PACK 2024. The association has secured approximately 9,000 square meters of exhibition space, providing a platform for companies to showcase their latest EOL (End of Line) technologies. Exhibitors specializing in food, beverages, pharmaceuticals, Cosmetics and Chemicals will have the opportunity to present their advancements in packaging machinery, materials, and services. Additionally, KOREA PACK 2024 aims to foster networking and collaboration among packaging companies worldwide by extending invitations to prominent packaging organizations from Japan, Taiwan, and the Philippines.     In conjunction with the exhibition, KOREA PACK 2024 will host conferences and seminars that delve into the insights and strategies for sustainable packaging. Attendees can expect to gain valuable knowledge and explore practical approaches to integrating sustainability into their packaging processes.   Exhibitor applications for KOREA PACK 2024 are now open and can be submitted through the official exhibition website. For further information and inquiries, please contact the exhibition office at Kyungyon Exhibition: [email protected].   Don't miss this opportunity to be a part of KOREA PACK 2024, where the latest packaging trends and innovations will be unveiled. Join industry leaders, experts, and professionals from around the world as they gather to shape the future of the packaging industry.     About KOREA PACK: KOREA PACK is an internationally recognized packaging exhibition held biennially in Goyang, Korea. With a strong focus on technological advancements and sustainability, it serves as a platform for industry professionals to explore innovative packaging solutions and foster international collaborations. For more information, please visit official website, www.koreapack.org   More

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