When we buy a Christmas tree, we often see the Christmas tag marked with: PVC material, PE material, clear light, optical fiber and other terms. Many people do not understand what these are. In fact, there are many such proper noun in the Christmas tree industry. Let's explain the popular special terms in the Christmas tree industry.
Foreign trade final order: After domestic manufacturers complete the production of foreign orders, there will always be a batch of extra products left, which we call "foreign trade final order". These products are often of higher quality and more favorable prices, and many wholesalers like them.
Sample Tree: Refers to a small amount of physical objects representing the quality of a Christmas tree, as a display of the quality of the Christmas tree, representing the general quality of the Christmas tree.
LED light: Using LED (Light Emitting Diode) technology as the main light source, it is relatively energy-saving and meets environmental requirements.
Clear light: Light is a clear light, mainly referring to ordinary tungsten filament lamps that emit soft yellow light, using a single light source as the main source of illumination. This traditional soft light is still very popular in the market.
Optical fiber: short for optical fiber, it is a light transmission tool based on the principle of total reflection of light in the fiber made of glass or plastic.
PVC (Polyvinylchloride) is actually a vinyl based polymer, and its material is an amorphous material.
PE: Polyethylene is the simplest polymer organic compound in structure and the most widely used polymer material in the world today, made by polymerization of ethylene.
In addition to the popular terms mentioned above, there are many unique terms in the Christmas tree industry that are usually used between factories and more professional buyers, so we won't explain them one by one.