A well-known question we are often asked is what cups we can give to our customers; This is a difficult question because it depends on the temperature of the drink you want to consume. We sell a variety of items from one wall-mounted cups, to our most recent ‘Ultimate’ cups. The main difference is the protection of the cup type.
Our Plain White or Mocha Single hot cups are ideal for hot drinks; however, spraying hot coffee may not be easy to use without the use of a hand-held cup (which is available separately). Due to their single-wall construction there are no additional heat exchangers for the beverage.
The second wall and the hot cups are designed to withstand high temperatures, the two layers also serve as a thermos bottle; ventilating and separating the client’s hand from hot drinks. In addition to this, the extra strength of the cup is suitable for ‘coffee on the go’.
With a variety of coffee chains on the streets and drinkers who love a variety of cup accessories, it’s interesting to know which insulator is the most effective. Perhaps the most effective way to discuss cup protection is to compare it with other commonly used cups, such as expanded polystyrene type. This can be done by using a simple test to determine if the polystyrene type of paper or paper retains water that has been exposed to heat for too long.
Paper cups vs Polystyrene cups
Temperature testing involves placing 200 ml of hot water in a polystyrene cup as well as the same amount in a cup of hot drink to determine who is the best protector. In a larger comparison, you can also put a plastic cup in the equation to reveal how its locking devices work. We all know that all these hot cups offer some protection, but this experiment will help you figure out the best way to deal with the beverage.
How to Test Temperature
You can use a thermometer to measure water temperature. Reading the temperature every minute for at least 10 minutes, then 20 minutes and 30 minutes, will help you determine if the paper cup is the best. You can draw these calculations as a graph if you want the results to be clear.
In a similar experiment, Contexpan, a trophy and food expert, observed that the water in both cups dropped to about 50 degrees Fahrenheit[100 ° C]for the first five degrees. In the meantime, however, the water content of the polystyrene cup has stabilized slightly more than the paper, remaining about 80 degrees after 25 minutes compared with the water in the paper cup, which dropped to 70 degrees.
These findings suggest that the polystyrene cup is the most suitable for protection, the second paper cup. A third cup, a plastic cup, was used in the Contexpan experiment and this shows a slight decrease, water temperature drop to 70 degrees centigrade after 25 minutes. heat up and add insulation. Another test should be performed to determine if this gives the paper cups a polystyrene edge.
Based on the above findings, we can expect the extra protection of woven / woven cups to put them first with this kind of experiment. The caps are like a thermos bottle, which makes the cups more secure. Further tests are needed to confirm this.
So far there has been a strong emphasis on the use of hot drinking cups. This has become a problem because soft cups of soft drinks use non-alcoholic beverages inside of them. Obviously this connection is required to keep the cups from closing the water, so the only way to make coffee cups more friendly and restore the pay is another better option.
New types of Biodegradable Paper Cups use PLA (Polylatic acid) to replace PE (Polyethylene) coatings. In the past PLA has been widely used in plastic glasses made for soft drinks. This is because PLA can melt when it comes to hot drinks. Recent varieties are heat-treated to be suitable for use with hot drinks; This has made the garment more suitable for use with coffee cups.
PLA vs Pe coated cups
There is a lot of misconception on the internet about the benefits of environmental use of PLA coatings, especially regarding the disposal of cups in landfills. Contrary to popular belief, although PLA or PE coffee cups do not rot in landfills. The leaves are designed to prevent decay, as this process releases harmful methane gas.
The main advantage of PLA coating cups is that the coating is made from flexible materials, this accounts for about 5% of the material used in the middle wall cup.
In order to be fair about the benefits of using lost cups, it should also be noted that they should be reused using the right space. This is true for both PE and PLA cups. The Nether paper cup should be discarded in regular ‘paper’ containers, which can contaminate the whole cross! In the meantime, the best way to get your cups back to the UK is through a rescue-cup program. Special models are made for paper trophies, making sure they go well.
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