SINGAPORE CLASSIFIEDS
Singapore Classified Advertisements & Listings from Singapore Expats

Login with Facebook or Google




CERAMIC GRINDING BALL

Posted By: laiko

Date: Fri, 19 May 2023

Price: $100.00

Login to Contact User

https://www.laiko.net/products/ceramic-grinding-ball.html



Ceramic Grinding Ball


One kind of environmental protection and health care ball that is mainly made of the natural nonmetal mineral tourmaline, porcelain clay and high-grade clay by nanometer comminution technology, special formula and agglomeration techniques, and used with the ceramic ball for eliminating bacterium of water purifiers, textile fiber, etc.


Advantages of Ceramic Grinding Ball


Resisting and killing golden staphylococcus≥90%


Resisting and killing Coli bacillus ≥90%


Amount of generating negative ions: 150~300p/s.cm3


Insoluble, gradually releasing mineral substance


Main Ingredients of Ceramic Media Balls


Nanosilver powder: 1%


Maifan Stone: 50~60%


Zinc oxide: about 2.5%


Kaolin: 10~15%


Far infrared powder: 10%


Clay with top-grade: 20~30%


Specifications of Ceramic Grinding Beads


2-4mm,3-5mm,5-8mm, or customized available for this ceramic packing material.


Packing & Storage of Ceramic Grinding Media


Packing with plastic bags, 25kg/bag, or customized


Keep from raining, and avoid moisture. Stored in a dry place.



Use Instruction of Ceramic Grinding Balls


Should wash with clean water for two times in the first, then can be directly used for treating drinking water. Note: the highest using temperature is at 950℃


Before bathing, in order to prevent the small granule ceramic balls from sliding from the nozzle and cause bruise phenomena of the human body it’s better to put one piece of PP cotton filter membrane with about 5µm inner diameter inside.


It’s better not to use acidic liquid shampoo and bath lotion for avoiding that the neutralization between the alkalescence water after treated by the ceramic balls and acidic bath liquid and influence the bathing effect.


Base on the distinguished and experienced techinical team to provide the up-to date molecular sieve and mass transfer products & technologies, NAIKE aims at Worldwide technical cooperation and products supply.



Please Login and use the Contact User form to contact the advertiser directly.

Latest Forum Posts

Visit Expat Forum


Re: PR Approval Chance 2023

This is an update regarding my case. :D
Submitted my PR application on Feb 2024 (1.5 years stays in SG), and got approved this week (4 months processing time).

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: Introduction to Wildlife in Singapore

Sounds like living in a jungle to me 😯

But the rate of urbanisation in Singapore has almost wiped out all these wildlife in Singapore.


❰❰ Quote:
❰❰ Quote:
❰❰ Quote:


oriental whip snake maybe? I saw one in Sungei Buloh once.
❱❱
I looked it up and I believe you are right - that seems to be the beautiful green snake that I saw.
❱❱

I lived off the beaten track In a pre-WWII Black and White in Seletar Camp (end of Jln Kayu) from 1983 till late 1999) It was considered well off the beaten track. I had an endless supply of not often seen critters in my compound at one time or another (several monitor lizards and other assorted lizards, lots of black spitting cobras and occasionally a python and the aforementioned green whip snake (most often found in one of my ornamental trees. Bats by the '000's and .....

Posted in Articles

Re: 5th time PR Applicant 2024 - Need your advice!

❰❰ Quote:
Hi all,

I am new to this forum and hope to get your advice as I am pondering whether I should apply this year or wait further. As the title goes, I was rejected 4 times before. Below is my profile:

- Single F, Vietnamese, 33 Yo
- EP Holder, Automotive MNC
- Annual salary: 100K ish (84K basic)
- Graduated from local university, have been working since 2016, never worked elsewhere except Singapore
- Have been living in Singapore for past 15 years and truly want to stay here for the rest of my life.

I have some questions after reading some posts in the forum:

1. I recently purchase a property in my birth country under my name. Is this a disadvantage to my PR application? Should I declare it in the form? I didn't purchase it because I want to move back, just due to my family circumstance.

2. My past applications included letter of endorsements from Singaporeans (my friends, my bosses, etc) but still unsuccessful. Should .....

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: Introduction to Wildlife in Singapore

❰❰ Quote:
❰❰ Quote:
❰❰ Quote:
There was also a very exotic bright green snake I saw at Pulau Ubin... I'm no expert, so I have no idea what type it was
❱❱

oriental whip snake maybe? I saw one in Sungei Buloh once.
❱❱
I looked it up and I believe you are right - that seems to be the beautiful green snake that I saw.
❱❱

I lived off the beaten track In a pre-WWII Black and White in Seletar Camp (end of Jln Kayu) from 1983 till late 1999) It was considered well off the beaten track. I had an endless supply of not often seen critters in my compound at one time or another (several monitor lizards and other assorted lizards, lots of black spitting cobras and occasionally a python and the aforementioned green whip snake (most often found in one of my ornamental trees. Bats by the '000's and flying foxes by the .....

Posted in Articles

Re: XL Bullies legal in Singapore?

I believe, in the eyes of the law, insufficient information with the intention to hide or deceive or circumvent the law will be construed as a lie (half-truths are generally lies). Therefore should you be ratted out by one of your neighbours if the dog barks too loudly of makes a partial lunge at a pedestrian or somebody elses pet, then your dog will probably be put down and you deported for knowingly breaking the law. This isn't the US or other western countries.

Posted in General Discussions