Do you know how balloons are made?
Balloon is a kind of toy that children like very much. Balloon figures can often be seen in amusement parks and other places of entertainment. And these balloons can have a unique shape design, more attractive to children's attention. Balloons are also used in some festival celebrations in life. Balloons are important decorative items for festivals. At the same time, balloons can also be used to transport goods. Hot balloons are one of them.
You must be familiar with this scene when you have seen the movie Flying House Travel Notes. Countless balloon combinations can generate tremendous momentum. So how on earth did balloons come into being? This small and inexpensive product can not be manufactured by hand, otherwise the cost of production will be very high. The production of balloons also has a mature pipeline, although it needs a lot of processing procedures, but it is very fast.
Most balloons are made of natural latex, which can be mixed with pigments and wrapped in latex to make balloons of different colors. Balloon moulds are used to make balloons. They look exactly like balloons. Professionals call them balloons. Balloons are made according to the shape of these balloons.
First, the balloon should be heated and cleaned. Then the balloon should be immersed in a solution tank. It only takes a few seconds for the coagulant in the solution to work. The thin layer on the surface of the balloon will naturally condense and form a thin film of the balloon. The balloon is then placed in a mixture of different colors of latex, which also takes a few minutes to coat the outside with a layer of color.
Here the speed of insertion and removal of balloons is calculated accurately, which is set on the intelligent system. If there is a slight mistake, it will destroy the balloon's quality. Finally, the balloon inlet is made, which is also done by machine. The balloon with balloon passes through a brush. The brush rolls up the edge of the balloon and forms the structure of the rubber edge. This is also the intake when we blow the balloon normally. Finally, the coagulant on the surface of the balloon is cleaned, and the balloon is dried and fixed. A centrifuge is used here. After successful production, workers will also sample balloons to ensure the quality of balloons.