STRAW SELECTION IS IMPORTANT
STRAW SELECTION IS IMPORTANT
We can hear you say why the choice of straw is important, a straw is a straw. If only it were that simple! No one knows how important, functional and affordable plastic products are for the end user. The same importance applies not only to the end user, but also to businesses, governments and governments. However, purchasing plastic products in line with our needs is very, very important for both economy and sustainability.
A straw, straw or torch is a thin tube, usually made of plastic, used especially when drinking cold beverages. It is especially used in the consumption of beverages such as cola, fruit juice, milkshakes. First, the straw is placed in the liquid beverage and the liquid reaches the mouth with the suction force. The use of straws is positive for dental health. Contact of acidic and cold drinks with teeth is reduced. It is also very, very important in terms of hygiene.
Of course, there are many other areas where the straw is used, but we will talk about the general definition for now. Now let’s come to our main topic. Why is pipette selection important? The choice of straw is very, very important both in terms of usage, economy and sustainability.
Now imagine that you are going to consume a beverage with a low flow, or vice versa, a beverage with a very fast flow. If you do not choose the diameter, length and angle of the straw according to the beverage type, you will not be able to consume your beverage as it should be. For example, if you consume buttermilk with a very long straw with a large diameter, you will not only be able to keep your drink stable and you will have drawn in much more liquid than you want at each suction.
So what is the economic impact? The straw you have purchased will be much more costly, and the company that produces the straw will offer you a product with low added value other than its purpose. Therefore, you will have much more money out of your pocket and you will not be happy with its use. While the manufacturer company will be able to supply your demand by using much less resources by spending much less labor with much less raw material, it will not be able to contribute enough to the economy by using much more labor force and much more resources by using much more raw materials.
What about sustainability? In addition to increasing the use of resources, straws that are used out of their intended purpose will also cause both cost and time to be spent for recycling and re-integrating much more plastic into production. Meaningless answers like let’s use a paper straw, unfortunately, do not answer this question correctly, even it is funny. Again, there is no need to mention the disadvantages of paper straws here.
Don’t miss the straw… Straw selection is important. You should choose your straw and make your purchases in line with the purpose. Your money is in your pocket, our world belongs to all of us!!!