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Ocean Extrusions Pvt Ltd offers various models for palletizing plant to make granules form resin in various range in screw diameter 75mm, 90mm and 100mm with / without vent system screw and barrel, die and pattletizer.
Material: All kinds of plastics waste.
Online Force Feeding Film Trim, Tape Trim without cutting aglometer.
For the plastic waste of higher moister, heavy printing, heavy contamination.
This plastic reprocess machine is used to process PET and polyethylene plastic waste to recover the scraps and byproducts at the end of plastic fabrication. PET reprocess plant and PE reprocess plant are the two extrusion machineries with plastic extruder are widely used in plastic extrusion process.
Reducing plastic wastes by recycling process is a great help to save environment. There are list of re process plant than can be chosen from and PP/HDPE reprocess machine is one among the best choices. PP/HDPE reprocess plant can be fed with plastic and raffia wastes and this plastic reprocess machinery stays a cost effective solution that can be applied to make quality ropes, molded components and yarns. This equipment is compatible to accept ingredients including BOPP waste, HDPE wastes and polypropylene residues as well.
Extrusions Coating Paper Lamination Plant coating machine for woven sacks, bopp,
High density polyethylene of HDPE woven sacks have become a versatile commodity in the
packaging industry. Introduced for the first time in India during the year 1969 it has over the years
replaced the conventional jute bags to a large exte`nt. HDPE sacks have an edge over the
conventional jute sacks in the sense that the former are light in weight, strong and attractive.
These sacks are immune to the effect of corrosion, decay, moisture, atmosphere, rats, rodents,
moths and insects. Being superior in quality and economic to the traditional jute material, these
modern sacks have gradually captured a large market for packing fertilizers, chemicals, food
stuffs, animal foods, oil cakes etc. Sacks made of HDPE are laminated with low density
polyethylene inside it. This gives protection against moisture, air and the material packed cannot
penetrate out of the sack.
The primary requirement of sacking in India is for packaging of fertilizers, pesticides, chemicals,
oil seeds and good grains. The total demand at present is estimated to be around 3000 million
sacks per annum. The current sales of HDPE resins for woven sacks is around 20,000 M.T.A. or
approximately 154 million sacks. For jute sacking the sales is around 12 lakh tones per annum or
2460million sacks. This still leaves a deficit of about 400 million sacks. Therefore, HDPE sacks
rather than competing with jute sacks would on the contrary supplement the existing deficit in
The main consumer for HDPE woven sacks in the N.E. Region at present is the Hindustan
Fertilizer Corporation Ltd., (HFC), Namrup. The HFC (Stage-I, II & III) has at present an installed
capacity of around 10,00,000 tonnes of Urea and Ammonia Sulphate per annum. On an average
the actual production works out to about 80% of the installed capacity or to about 8,00,000 tonnes
of Ammoniam Sulphate and Urea per annum. The fertilizer produce is packed in bags or sacks in
the quantity of 50 Kgs. or 0.05 tonnes per bag or sack. On this basis the total requirement of bags
or sacks is 160,00,000 Nos. per annum. Out of this requirement more than 50% (80,00,000 Nos.)
is HDPE woven sacks.
At present there is no unit manufacturing laminated HDPE woven sacks in Assam or in any part
of the N.E. Region. As a result the full requirement of laminated HDPE woven sacks are supplied
by manufacturer’s from outside the state and region. Thus 2 – 3 Nos. of laminated HDPE woven
sacks manufacturing units can come up preferably in the states of Assam and Nagaland.
The production basis for a typical tiny unit would be as under:
Working hours/day : 8 (1 shift)
Working days in a year : 300
Annual Production capacity : 7,00,000 Nos.of laminated
HDPE woven sacks.
The unit has been assumed to operate at 70%, 80% and 90% of its installed capacity in the first,
second and third year and onwards of its operation.
The main raw material required for manufacturing laminated HDPE woven sacks is HDPE of GF
– 7745 F grades. The other chemicals required are LDPE (18 LA 060 grade) and colour for
printing. LDPE is used in the laminating process or in the extraction coating process in providing
a lining of LDPE to the woven material. The colour is utilized in printing the name of the unit etc.
whose product is to be packed. The annual requirement of HDPE, LDPE and colour at 100%
capacity utilization is as follows:
HDPE : 80,000 Kg.
LDPE : 23,000 Kg.
Colour : Rs. 0.50 per Kg. HDPE requirement
This video caters details about Extrusion Coating Lamination machine that is used for ldpe Coating Lamination, pp coating, pet Coating lamination, woven sacks, paper with Aluminium Foil Coating, bopp lamination with BOPP Film Coating extrusions lamination, metalized Polyester Coating Paper, Cotton Fabric Coating Paper with HDPE Woven Fabric Coating. Further more information visit at http://www.oceanextrusions.com/extrusion-coating-lamination-plant.html. Circular Woven Fabrics, for producing multi layer laminates up to 5 layers along with the various substrates like Paper, Aluminum Foil, Polyester film
Mono Layer Blown Film Extrusion Lines, Extrusion Machine
Operate A Mono Layer Blown Film Extrusion Lines, Extrusion Machine Operate a blown film extrusion Plant for co-extrusion production
What is Blown Film Extrusion?
Blown Film Extrusion is one of the most common polymer conversion processes in the world
Film is made by extruding molten plastic through a circular die, forming an inflated tubular bubble that moves through a cage as it cools, that is then collapsed and formed into rolls
The typical film blowing process consists of a series of stages, including extrusion, blowing, collapsing, and winding
HIPF Course Description
At the end of the course, the trainees will be able to:
Develop a working knowledge of and learn how to operate a Blown Film Extrusion machine
Understand the basics of blown film technology, the common material used, and some common problem solving situations
Analyze and solve practical blown film problems
Develop a working knowledge on maintaining a blown film machine
Principles of Blown Film Extrusion
Definition and Principle; Product and Applications; Film Fabrication Process; Types of Blown Film Machines
Resin Materials for Blown Film
Raw Materials Use for Blown Film Extrusion; Three Common Polyethylene Grades Used for Blown Film; Suitable Grade index for Blown Film
Safety Education for Blown Film Operation
Safety Guideline and SOP; Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); Safety Devices; Warning Signs; Safety Rules for Operation; Safety Instructions on Operation
The Main Components of Blown Film Machine
The Extruder; The Die Head and Die; The Bubble Cooling System; Bubble Stabilizer; The Take-Off System/Pinch or Nip Rolls; The Wind-Up System; Corona Treatment
Die and Air Ring as Major Components for Blown Film
Kinds of Die for Blown Film; Details of Die and How It Works; Details of Air Ring and How It Works; Die and Air Ring Care and Maintenance
Introduction to the Blown Film Extrusion Machine
BFE Process Flow; Start-Up of Blown Film Line; Quality Control for Blown Film; Scheduled Shut-Down of Blown Film Line; Emergency Shut-Down of Blown Film Line; Switching On After Emergency Stop
Operating Skills for Blown Film Extrusion Technology
Checking of Machine Conditions Before Operation; Winder Preparations; Film Guide Set-Up and Importance; Blown Film Run Preparations; Die Checking and Adjustments; Parameter Setting-Up; Switching On After Emergency Stop; Changing Die; Changing Materials and Filling Procedures
Die Dismantling, Cleaning and Mounting
Die Dismantling Procedure; Die Cleaning and Care; Understand Die Assembly and Mounting
Blown Film Extrusion Troubleshooting
Types of Trouble of Blown Film Process; Unstable Bubble; Film Appearance; Machine Malfunction
Common Secondary Film Processing Methods
Printing; Bag Making Process; Scrap Recycling
Quality Control of Blown Film
Quality Check for Blown Film; Production Recording; How To Report the Result of Manufacturing
Practice Plant Operations
provides the blown film industry with the latest in high “value added” technologies. Since 1989, DRJ has established industry standards in internal bubble cooling (IBC) control, width control, and machine direction sealing technologies and continues to develop innovations that make our customers more competitive and more profitable.
The quickest way to get to know about us is to view this 4 minute video. It describes our company, our industry and how our products ensure that you add value to your bottom line.
Next if you are interested in IBC technology, click on the Getting Started link below. You can also click on the blown film line picture to see specific details. Don’t forget our Products link to see everything we do to provide solutions not just answers for your blown film processing requirements.
This processing guide focuses on how to produce films made from either high density polyethylene (HDPE) or linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE) resins.
The HDPE FILM Resins section covers key terms and experience specific to polyethylene resins in
general, and HDPE resins specifically. It is organized into five subsections:
B. C. D. E.
Blown Film Extrusion
Extruder And Die Temperature Settings
The LLDPE Film Resins section covers key terms and experience specific to LLDPE resins. It is organized
into two subsections:
A. Blown Film Extrusion
B. Extruder And Die Temperature Settings
In addition, Table 1 presents a very useful polyethylene film processing troubleshooting guide.
The information, terminology and experience provided in this guide compile many years of technical
and operational knowledge into one handy resource, useful in most situations most of the time. For
more in-depth processing and troubleshooting assistance,
Polyethylene Film Processing Guide
I. HDPE FILM RESINS
high density polyethylene (HDPE) resins for
mainly blown film applications. The workhorse of Formosa Plastic’s HDPE film resins is the Formolene®
High Molecular Weight High Density Polyethylene (HMW-HDPE) resin product line, which is produced
using a unique Nippon Petrochemical bimodal process. These HMW-HDPE film products are designed to
have a broad, bimodal Molecular Weight Distribution (MWD) that provides both excellent extrusion processing and physical film properties.
Formosa Plastics also produces a family of conventional HDPE film resins from
process. These HDPE film resins from this process are categorized into two types of resins: Medium Molecular Weight High Density Polyethylene (MMW-HDPE) film resins and MMW-HDPE Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate (MVTR) barrier film resins.
HMW HDPE film resins range in density from 0.949 to 0.953 with a melt
index ranging from 0.040 to 0.15. These resins are designed with different melt index, density and/or additive packages for a variety of applications. Technical Data Sheets for these products are available at www.fpcusa.com/pe/index.html.
Films produced with HMW and MMW HDPE resins exhibit high impact and film stiffness, as well as good
tear strength and excellent tensile strength. The combination of a broad, bimodal MWD, low melt index
and high density of the Formolene® brand HDPE film resins provide an excellent balance of film performance properties for a variety of film applications.
HDPE film resins are easily processed into very thin gauge films as low as 6 microns
(0.25 mils), as well as into heavy gauge films on the order of 96 microns (4.0 mils) or greater. The
broad MWD of Formolene® brand HDPE film resins enables them to be processed at lower melt
temperatures than competitive HMW HDPE blown film resins. This provides for better bubble stability and gauge control, as well as improved energy savings.
HDPE film resins are designed with excellent stabilization packages to protect the
integrity of the polymer from degradation, especially for applications requiring a high level of trim
recycle such as grocery bags commonly referred to as “T-Shirt” bags due to their resemblance to the undergarment.
Polyethylene Film Processing Troubleshooting Guide
Common film processing problems and possible corrective actions
1. Low Dart Impact 5. Gels, Holes, Bubble Breaks 9. Low Extruder Output
2. Low MD Tear; Split Film 6. High Gauge Variation 10. High Extruder Pressure
3. Melt Fracture 7. Die Line 11. Poor Roll Geometry
4. Poor Bubble Stability 8. Port Line
Abbreviations: BUR = Blow-Up Ratio MD = Machine Direction MI = Melt Index
Problem Observed Possible Causes Possible Corrective Actions
1. Low Dart Impact 1. High melt temperature
2. Inadequate cooling
1. Reduce melt temperature
2. Increase cooling, neck height, BUR
2. Low MD Tear / Split Film 1. Too much film orientation
2. Resin density too high
3. Thermal degradation of the
polymer during extrusion
1a. Increase BUR
1b. Decrease die gap
1c. Increase frost line height
2. Use a lower density resin
3a. Decrease melt temperature
3b. Add an antioxidant masterbatch
3. Melt Fracture 1. Low extrusion temperature
2. Inadequate die gap
3. Excessive friction at die lip
4. Resin MI too low for extrusion
conditions or equipment
1. Increase melt temperature
2. Increase die gap
3a. Lower processing rate
3b. Add processing aid to reduce COF
4. Use a higher melt flow resin
4. Poor Bubble Stability 1. Melt temperature to high
2. Too much or too little cooling air
3. MI too high for process
4. Output rate too high
5. Misalignment of nip rolls
1. Reduce melt temperature
2. Adjust cooling air
3. Lower processing rate
4. Reduce output rate
5. Realign nip rolls
5. Gels, Holes, Bubble Breaks 1. Contamination
2. Excessive regrind or reprocessed
3. Dirty screw, die or screen pack
4. Poor mixing
1. Check for contamination in silos, transfer
systems, colors and other masterbatches
2. Stop or reduce the ratio of regrind and
reprocessed material until problem improves
3. Clean screw and die plus change screen pack
4a. Check screw
4b. Check heater bands and thermocouples
6. High Gauge Variation 1. Dirty screw, die or screen pack
2. Uneven cooling
1a. Clean screw and die plus change screen pack
1b. Clean die
2. Check temperature settings & recalibrate
7. Die LIne 1. Dirty or damaged die lip
2. Insufficient purging
1. Clean or repair die
2. Increase purge time between transitions
8. Port lines 1. Resin viscosity too high for die
2. Die and melt temperature off
3. Melt temperature too low
1a. Use a resin with a higher MI
1b. Consider using a processing aid
2. Narrow the temperature differences between
the die and polymer melt temperature
3. Increase the melt temperature
9. Low Extruder Output 1. Melt temperature too high
To produce the best physical properties in an extruded film, the proper balance of film orientation in
the machine and transverse direction of a film must be achieved. This relationship is achieved by
adjusting the blow up ratio of the film. The blow up ratio (BUR) is the ratio of bubble diameter to the
die diameter; it indicates the amount of stretching the polymer is undergoing during the shaping of the
Blow Up Ratio (BUR) = (0.637 x Lay-Flat Width) / Die Diameter
Lay-Flat is the width of the collapsed film
Die Diameter is the fixed diameter of a given die
The HMW-HDPE blown film lines typically have small diameter dies to achieve the relatively high BUR
ratios required to obtain optimum film properties. Other polyethylene resins, such as low density
polyethylene (LDPE) and linear low density (LLDPE) resins, normally operate at much lower BURs of 2 to
3. The typical die gaps for HDPE blown film lines are 1.0 to 1.5 mm (40 to 60 mils), which are narrower
than die gaps used for conventional LDPE and LLDPE blown film lines.
As shown in Figure 1 below, HDPE blown films lines have a very unique “High Stalk” bubble shape. The
stalk height recommended for HMW HDPE blown film lines is 7 times to 9 times the die diameter. The
characteristic high stalk bubble shape used for HMW-HDPE Blown film production results in a very high
frost line, which is the transitional phase from molten polymer to solid film. A high frost line enables
the polymer to achieve a balance of film properties by imparting more bi-axial molecular orientation in
the film in the transverse direction (TD) to match the machine direction (MD) orientation.
HMW HDPE AND LLDPE BLOWN FILM
Bi-axial orientation of the polymer molecules in a blown film is important to achieve a balance of the
film’s physical properties. Bi-axial orientation of HDPE blown film is much more difficult than with
either LDPE or LLDPE blown film due to the inherent differences of the polymer structures. Long side
chain molecular branching is prevalent in LDPE and to a lesser degree in LLDPE, but HDPE has very few
Development of PPTQ Blown Film Machine and its Application
Its application areas include: food packaging industries, hosiery, confectionery, bakery packing, flowers packing, garment packing, lamination film, blood bags and high general packaging film. The machines are developed with different widths depending on various application areas. The manufactures develop supreme quality products that incorporate the latest technological advancements that meet various customers’ needs. The machines are developed per international standards and certified for use in different industries. The machines are developed with customers at heart with utmost energy efficient and give optimum production. Develop with high precision engineering expertise in meeting modern market.
Advance Features and of PPTQ Blown Film Machine
The machine incorporate advanced features like long life service, manual as well as automatic screen, internal bubble cooling, high productivity, high performances, online thickness monitoring control, surface and center winders, constructed with very high quality materials, auto tension control, manual and automatic screen changer, dosing systems, flexibility and grooved feed barrel. The attractiveness of utilization of this film machine for packaging is basically based on various mechanical operations that are being done in the field. The machines are technologically advanced with automatic screen changer that enhances efficiency and easy operation.
Benefits of Using PPTQ Blown Film Machine in Packaging Industries
The machine are manufactured in various combinations such PP and PE grades to meet customer needs and specific requirement. They are very efficient and are of great importance in enhancing quality and adding attractiveness of the packed products. This resulted to increase in production input resulting to profit maximization. The machine reduces the operating work load and increases the production efficiency. The packaging industries deserved a packaging film machine that keeps good safe, environmental friendly, superior quality, reliable, durable and affordable to packing industries.
Technology Advancement and Innovations in PPTQ Blown Film Machine
Every packaging industry that seek to increase their profits and maximizes on production must use technologically advanced PPTQ blown film machine. Their advance technological features boost high precision, ease operation, quality standards, fast, accuracy, saves time and cost effective as well as consistent performance. The machines are designed by professional who ensures quality, presentable, originality and innovativeness design in meeting customers’ demands.
Cost Advantages and Extra High Performance with PPTQ Blown Film Machine
There are various advantages in which packaging industries can comfortably enjoy while using high quality and extra performing machine for packaging. Its advantages includes: high speed, effectiveness and exceptional high performances. These merits overdo the cost of purchasing this machine.
The Current Market Trends and Demand for PPTQ Blown Film Machine
In the current market trend this machine is geared by inventiveness and originality in meeting the client demand globally. The market trend is very competitive and the manufacture ensures quality design that meets all the client needs and desires. They embrace newest technology to meets the client description requirement with tangible results. Get more details visit at http://www.oceanextrusions.com/product.html.
The PPTQ blown film machines are specialized fabricated with quality standard raw materials. They have embraced latest technological advancements and efficiently integrated them in meeting industrial demand. The offer extensive desirable benefits to the packing industries such as overall cost saving, durability, conveniences, cost effectiveness, user friendly, preserve item for a long time , aesthetics, and add attractiveness to the packed products hence help in maximizing returns.
Production of plastics can be done through various processes .These include blown film process, extrusion blow techniques, injection molding ,stretch blow molding, rotational molding, machining and even thermo molding. Each of these modes of manufacturing has specific advantages in relation to the desired final products.
The plastic Extrusion process
The extrusion process involves use of a thermoplastic material that is in form of pellets, granules or even powder. Raw material is heated to form a uniform molten liquid in the extruder machine. The molten liquid is forced under pressure through a die opening to create the shape of the final product.
The resulting form is pulled from the die from the exit side carefully. The resulting product is sliced into specific lengths or wound depending on the specifications. Further processing can be done to customer requirements such as threading.
The most important characteristic of the extrusion process is that the products have a uniform cross section as opposed to injection molding, which gives products with varying cross sections.
The machinery involved in the extrusion includes pellets handling equipment for conveying the raw materials to the extruder, heating system, the molding block and the extrusion assembly.
Additives such as lubricants, stabilizers, colorants and anti oxidants can be added to the raw materials to improve their physical qualities such as color, strength and even the flexibility of the product.
The main purpose of the extruder is to develop a uniformly melted material at a constant rate and pressure and maintain constant temperature. These specifications are crucial because slight variations affect the quality of the product.
Products Made through the plastic extrusion process
Tubing and hollow pipes; PVC pipes and tubes have a uniform cross section and they are made using the extruder machine. The size of the extruder is dependent on the size of the product.
Solid Rods; these are further used as raw materials for production of other plastic products. They may be square, round, or even hexagonal blocks as long as the cross section is uniform.
Sheet formations: These are products such as machine guards and windows glazing which are resistant to impact.
Manufacture of Shapes with extended uniform cross section such as vehicle wipers and house gutters .
Production of electrical cable insulation also utilizes the extrusion process.
Contribution of the Plastic Extruder in the Manufacturing Industry
The extrusion process is one of the most important processes of plastic manufacture. The process is fast and easy to customize to product specifications. It is also easy to implement and with proper calibration, it produces very high quality components.
The plastic extruder is a machine used in manufacture of uniform cross section plastics such as pipes, tubing, sheet plastics and even plastic rods. The extruder must deliver a uniform molten resin at a constant temperature for high quality product.
The extrusion process involves filling molten plastic into a mould and allowing it to solidify. The product is then drawn from the mold to give long uniform cross section product.
This process is one of the most important processes in plastics manufacture with wide spread usage and produces high quality products.
How Plastic Extrusion Process Carried out with Extrusion Machinery
Plastic extrusion is the process to define new plastic products of required size and shape through extrusion machinery. You can manufacture various plastic products like piping, wire insulation, plastic sheet, adhesive tape, window frames etc. Plastic granules are melted and reform again by this machinery in required shape and design. In such process plastic granules or plastic raw materials are added to extruder cavity through hopper. In extruder the plastic material needs to be mixed with colorants or UV inhibitors to make them mix and stimulate the melting process. In plastic extruder cavity the temperature is so high that the raw materials molted and generated in liquid form. The temperature in heated extruder cavity is so high upto 400F. Sometimes the temperature goes above the normal required level which can evaporate the liquid. To stop vaporization, it requires to cool down the head to maintain required temperate in heated extruder. Cooling fans are used to cool down and maintain the temperature level. After attaining the required temperature for certain time for liquidation, the extruder screw enhances the pressure to move liquid plastic to the die through proper channel. This die is a frame where it store the liquid plastic material, came out of extruder with pressure. Now liquid plastic has been moved to the die for further looking in sealed water bath to solidify plastic material to form a plastic product. Sometimes dies are passed through special cooling rolls instead of water baths to make the die and product cool fast at required temperature.
There are various types of extrusion machineries having different extrusion process to form plastic like extrusion coating lamination plant in which Extrusion coating is used a blown or cast film process to coat an additional layer onto an existing roll stock of paper, foil or film. For example, this process can be used to improve the characteristics of paper by coating it with polyethylene to make it more resistant to water. Blown film plant is used for blow film extrusion process which is the same as a regular extrusion process up until the die. The die is an upright cylinder with a circular opening similar to a pipe die. The diameter can be a few centimeters to more than three meters across. The molten plastic is pulled upwards from the die by a pair of nip rolls high above the die. There are different types of blown film plants are used in extrusion process like mono layer blown film plant, two layer blown film plant and multilayer blown film plant.
The Roll of Plastic Extrusion Machineries in Extrusion Process
Plastic extrusion process is well defined from ancient period. The concept is to generate the required plastic product from raw plastic material. The process seem easy is not as easy. It requires extrusion machinery to melt plastic granules or raw materials at certain high temperature like 200 centigrade along with the soluble materials to melt down the raw granules. The granules are heated and molt down in the heating extruder cavity which is operating and controlled at certain heating temperature. On completing the melting process, the liquid plastic is forced to the die by screw pressure method. This melted plastic is cooled in die to define particle shape for the product. There are various extrusion machineries applied in industries like blown film plant, extrusion coating lamination plant, raffia tape stretching plant, PP box strapping plant, PET box strapping plant, PP/ HDPE monofilament plant, sutli plant, reprocess plant, PP-TQ blown film plant etc. Each machinery contains plastic extruder for extrusion process.
Blown Film Plant
Blown film extrusion process is used to produce films for packaging industry. The concept and process to go through to blow the film remain same with certain changes in process. Blown film plant is used to manufacture shrink film, bag film or stretch film. The blown film plant is available in the market in different layers as below:
Mono Layer Blown Film Machine: Mono layer blown film lines are offered in tailor made configurations to process diverse range of customized monolayer blown film lines – HM, HDPE, LDPE, LLDPE to suit a customer’s specific requirement to produce a wide variety of films for mono layer application. Monolayer blown film line is ideal for shopping bags. Grocery bags, Liners, Sheet, Lamination film for aluminum foil, Detergent packing, Salt packing, Bread packing Confectionery, Dairy products packing, Textiles, Garments Hosiery, Fast food packing, Green house film etc.
Multi Layer Blown Film Machine: Multilayer blown film plant incorporate most advanced features like grooved feed sections, barrier screws, oscillating platform, stackable die, internal bubble cooling, automatic bubble cage, fully automatic surface winder etc. applicable best to the packaging film like Milk packaging film, Oil packaging film, Stretch film, Lamination film along with other packaging industries like Medical and pharmaceutical packaging, Textile and Garments Packaging etc.
Two Layers Blown Film Machine: Two layers blown film line of extrusion utilizes two or more extruders to melt and deliver a steady volumetric throughput of different viscous plastics to a single extrusion head which will extrude the materials in the desired form. Egg. In the vinyl fencing industry, where co-extrusion is used by blown film line to tailor the layers based on whether they are exposed to the weather or not.