At present, public toilets are more common in the street, which provides great convenience for people who go out. The existence of toilet partition protects people's privacy and also has certain security. There are many types of partition boards, and different materials will have different use effects. Next, I will introduce the differences between these two different materials in detail.
The material of toilet partition is really important. The two common materials of toilet partition are phenolic resin core and high density polyethylene (HDPE) plastic core. Although they can perform the same function, the durability and life span of these materials are quite different.
Let's compare the two materials, in order to understand the difference between phenolic core and HDPE, so as to make the right choice for the toilet. Phenolic toilet partition is made of kraft paper impregnated with resin. Therefore, the way to keep the partition strong is to pack the paper tightly.
HDPE plastic partition is always made of pure plastic color. This kind of high-density material can form a strong and firm clapboard, which can resist various factors that may damage the clapboard of the toilet. The toilet itself is a hotbed of all kinds of bacteria.
However, the accumulation of high levels of moisture will also produce mold and mold, which is harmful to your bathroom partition and people using the toilet. Phenolic core toilet partition began to mold only 21 days after being affected with damp, and increased greatly 28 days later. This increase can be attributed to the kraft paper in the separator and its exposure to moisture.
The partition material of public toilet can withstand the impact, which makes the partition life longer and needs less maintenance over time. The surface durability between phenolic core and HDPE plastic varies greatly, depending on the material used.
Because HDPE always uses plastic core, compared with phenolic core, it can resist wear and has less surface wear. Therefore, when you equip HDPE partitions for toilets, they are less affected by dents and will better resist scratches. Don't mistakenly think that you don't check the materials of the new toilet partition, because there are huge differences in their construction, which may lead to durable, durable and hygienic partitions, or the lack of these three types of partitions.
The above is the difference between phenolic resin core and high density polyethylene (HDPE) plastic core materials for the partition of public toilets. The plastic material will affect the later use effect of toilets to a certain extent, so special attention should be paid when purchasing. In order to prolong the service life of partition, we should also pay attention to maintenance at ordinary times. Once problems are found, they need to be dealt with in time.