Do You Know How Balloons Are Made?

- Aug 15, 2020-

Balloons are a kind of toy that children like very much. You can often see balloons in entertainment places such as amusement parks. Moreover, these balloons can have a unique design, which attracts the attention of children more. Balloons are also used in some festive celebrations in life. Balloons are important decorative items for festivals. At the same time, balloons can also be used to transport goods, and hot air balloons are one of them.

   Everyone who has watched the movie Flying House and Traveling Around the House must be familiar with such a scene. The numerous combinations of balloons can generate tremendous motivation. So how exactly are balloons made? Naturally, this small and cheap product cannot be made by hand, otherwise the production cost will be very high. The production of balloons also has a mature assembly line. Although it needs to go through many procedures for processing, it is very fast. Most of the balloons are made of natural latex, and then the pigments are mixed into the latex for wrapping, and then balloons of different colors can be made. Some balloon molds are used to make balloons. Their appearance is completely similar to balloons. Professionals call them balloons. Balloons are made according to the shape of these balloons.

   First, heat and clean the balloon, and then soak the balloon in the matching 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 to form the balloon film. Then the balloon is placed in the latex mixed with different colors, and it also takes a few minutes to coat a layer of color on the outside.

   Here, the insertion and removal speed of the balloon is accurately calculated and set on the intelligent system. If there is a little mistake, the quality of the balloon will be destroyed. Finally, the air inlet of the balloon is made. This is also done by a machine. The balloon with the balloon is passed through a brush. The brush rolls up the edge of the balloon to form a rubber edge structure. This is what we usually do. The air inlet when blowing the balloon. Finally, the coagulant on the surface of the balloon should be cleaned, and the balloon should be dried and fixed. A centrifuge is used here. After the production is successful, the workers will sample the balloons to ensure the quality of the balloons.