Skip to main content

Bamboo sticks, Bamboo chopstick, Bamboo skewer.

Vietnam Bamboo stick+ Round Bamboo stick: BBS.01 | Material: Bamboo | Making: Machinery | Size: 1.3 mm x 205 mm(8") | Counting:+ 8" = 3500 --> 4000 pcs/kg | Grade: Around >=95% of the best sticks
+ Round Bamboo stick: BBS.02 | Material: Bamboo | Making: Machinery | Size: 1.3 mm x 205 mm(8") | Counting:+ 8" = 3300 --> 3700 pcs/kg | Grade: Around >=95% of the best sticks
Some size and kind of bamboo chopsticks
1- Round bamboo chopstick with and without knot size:
+ 4.8 mm x length 20 to 24 cm
+ 5.0 mm x length 20 to 24 cm
+ 5.5 to 6.0 mm x length 20 to 24 cms
2- Twin bamboo chopsticks - round head length 20 to 24 cm
3- Twin bamboo chopsticks - square head length 20 to 24cm
4- Twin bamboo chopsticks - flat head Length 20 to 24 cm
+ Some size of skewer as below:
+ 2.5 mm x length 15cm/18cm/ 20cm/ .../ 24 cm
+ 3.0 mm x length 15cm/18cm/ 20cm/ .../ 24 cm
+ 4.0 mm x length 15cm/18cm/ 20cm/ .../ 24 cm

 Vietnam Bamboo stick Vietnam Bamboo stick


Vietnam Bamboo stick
Vietnam Bamboo stick


Vietnam Bamboo stickVietnam Bamboo stick








Vietnam Bamboo stick









GMEX.,JSC
All raw incense stick, incense stick best price
(+84) 946 02 6622; (+84) 98 115 8883(Whatsapp/Viber/Zalo)
Email: info@gmex.vn | sale@gmex.vn | salegmex@gmail.com



Comments

Popular posts from this blog

CINNAMON VIETNAM

CINNAMON VIETNAM
1. Plant characteristics and distribution Wood trees, 10 - 20m high, smooth bark. The staggered leaves have short, long or slightly stalked stalks, with 3 arched tendons. White flowers, which grow into clusters in the leaves or the ends of the branches. Egg-shaped nodules, when ripe, have a smooth purple color. The whole tree has the aroma of cinnamon. Much grown in northern provinces in Vietnam.
According to new studies, C. cassia is a native cinnamon species of Vietnam that is popularly grown from the northern provinces to the southern provinces of the Central Region. Localities growing cinnamon with large areas are: Yen Bai, Quang Nam, Quang Ngai, Thanh Hoa, Nghe An and Quang Ninh. Vietnamese cinnamon species.
2. Growing cinnamon  and exploitation Particles split seeds. Sowing seeds in culture, when young people are strong at 0.6 - 0.7m, they are poor. After 10 years,  in year maybe exploitation 2 times.  The first:  Apr-May The second: Sep-Oct In Vietnam in the years 1935-…

A renowned musk incense making village

(VOVWORLD) - Located 40km from the center of Hanoi, Cao Thon village in Bao Khe commune, Hưng Yên province, is among the largest incense-making villages in Vietnam. Cao Thon incense is widely popular for its special fragrance and has been exported to several countries. Cao Thon – a renowned musk incense making village - ảnh 1
Incense coils is one of Cao Thon’s typical products (Photo: Ngoc Anh /Toquoc.vn) On the left bank of the Red River, Cao Thon village, originally known as Thon Cao, is considered the cradle of incense making. According to local elders, Ms. Dao Thi Khuong, a Cao Thon native, was the craft’s progenitor and is currently worshipped at the village’s Dao clan house. Nguyen Nhu Khanh, Deputy President of the Cao Thon Craft Village Association, said: "Our musk incense craft began in the late 18th century. For 300 years, the craft has been handed down from generation to generation.Each year on the progenitor’s death anniversary, the 22nd of the 8th lunar month, villagers …

How to make agarbatti(Incense)

How to make agarbatti (Incense) ? ( Part1 )
Agarbatti (Incense) industry,or also called incense sticks industry has been long developed all around the world , especially in India, Thailand and Vietnam market,…In hindus and buddhists’ beliefs, the smoke that gets produced by burning an agarbatti (Incense) is able to carry the prayers’ wishes of worshipers and convey it directly to the Gods that reside in heaven. Manufacturing agarbatti (Incense) includes a lot of processes that demands the employees always be careful and skillful… One of the very  first  process is making bamboo sticks, the main material of agarbatti (Incense).
Bellows are eight basis steps:
Step 1 :Collect bamboos ( the trees that are not too old but not too young) Step 2 : split bamboos into smaller slats Step 3: Dry them outside and under the sunligt Step 4 :Slice these dried slats of bamboos Step 5: Use automatic machines to cut them into tiny sticks Step 6: Scrape sticks until their surface become smooth, this step is a…