Oil is one of the non-renewable resources, which has a high economic value. It becomes the main resource for fuel and energy. Most of vehicles use oil as its fuels. Car needs gasoline, truck needs diesel fuel, plane needs aircraft fuel and soon. Because of its high economic value, there are a lot of company explore a new oil source and built a new oil drilling industry. Today there are more than 250 global energy companies in the world with total financial performance of assets more than $2M. The top oil company even can earn $208 M in years. This data indicate the high opportunity in this sector. In fact, only a giant company with strong financial and high technology who can build an oil drilling industry. However, the existence of drilling industry creates the other related industry such as Drilling Equipment Auctions company.
Over the years, artificial Christmas trees have proven themselves to be practical and versatile alternatives to traditional, newly cut ones. There have been many reincarnations of artificial trees, from wood to feathers to aluminum to brush bristles, but two of the most popular ones to date are both made of plastic. These are the PVC (polyvinyl chloride) and PE (polyethylene) versions.
In the artificial Christmas tree market, there are plenty of arguments on the relative merits of models made from PVC and PE. Both possess unique qualities that can appeal to any consumer.
PVC Christmas Trees
The typical artificial Christmas tree is made of PVC because they cost less to produce, and are durable and lightweight. PVC is the same material used for industrial purposes, such as water and sewage pipes, casings for electric cables, appliances, agricultural peripherals, and packaging materials. When properly cared for and stored, PVC Christmas trees can last for several years.
Newer models of PVC Christmas trees are made to look lifelike, mimicking the look of real fir and pine trees. In some versions, a combination of PVC and PE is made to create fuller and more realistic-looking Christmas trees. Artificial trees, however, shed over time. Despite this limitation, they present a much cleaner and more convenient alternative to real Christmas trees in the long run. + READ MORE