A city-based NGO has come up with incinerators to dispose of Sanitary pads and Diapers, and prevent dumping of the waste in landfills. An incinerator was recently installed at the BWSSB head office.
Sanitary napkin is a kind of absorbent material, the main material is cotton, non-woven cloth and pulp.Sanitary napkin manufacturing machine adopts frequency conversion motor, gear box, universal shaft, synchronous belt in transmission.
Sun Green Organics, engaged in making organic-based products, has already installed the incinerators and sanitary-napkin-vending machines in washrooms of various colleges in the city, and now aims to install them in the Bangalore University campus and public buildings across the city. Incinerators are sanitary napkin destroyers used for instant disposal of used sanitary pads made by disposable lady sanitary napkin production line scientifically and hygienically.
According to Sridevi B R, a member of Sun Green Organics: “It is specially designed to destroy up to 30 lady sanitary napkins at a time. It is the best solution for destroying sanitary napkins and converting them into sterile ash. It is automatic and works on domestic electric supply. The incinerators are eco-friendly and also help prevent choking of drains. They are easy and safe to operate,” she added. “BWSSB, which is in charge of the city’s drainage, had come across sanitary napkins choking drains and creating problems. Hence, they have shown interest in setting up these machines,” explained Sridevi.The under picture is the particular information of sanitary napkin making machine.
The women sanitary pad is available for Rs 5 through these vending machines, and the overall cost for the incinerators, including the vending machines, is Rs 35,000. The incinerators set up at the BWSSB premises destroy 20 sanitary napkins in 10-15 minutes.
The construction of the sanitary napkin can be divided into a surface layer, an inner layer, a side layer and a backing.
The surface layer is the part that directly contacts the skin, and the material must be soft, and the weave and indentation of the surface determine the effect of the absorption of blood through the blood. PE cotton surface and the surface are the two most common material, plus PE microporous surface design that allows easy re-wet blood, allowing users to have a dry feeling, but hard material, some users can cause allergic reactions; Due to the improved cotton absorption design, the market share after 2001 is gradually higher than that of the PE surface.
The inner layer is mainly a high molecular polymer and high molecular polymer composite paper formed by cotton, non-woven fabric, pulp or the above composite material for absorbing the menstrual blood flowing out. The side design is mainly used to prevent side leakage, because it will be at an angle with the body of the sanitary napkin when used, and it is more likely to be rubbed with the squirrel. Therefore, the sanitary napkin made by lady sanitary napkin production line on the side of the soft material is favored by women. The backing of the sanitary napkin is a water-impermeable material, which can retain the menstrual blood in the sanitary napkin. In the 1970s, a sanitary napkin was developed to facilitate the fixing of the sanitary napkin on the inner side of the underwear, and the sanitary napkin can be reduced.