Innovation and environmental protection: a sustainable development path for metal nameplate sign production

Metal nameplates, as product logos and brand symbols, play an important role in all walks of life. However, its production process is often accompanied by negative impacts on the environment. In today’s era of pursuing sustainable development, how to consider environmental protection issues in the production of metal nameplates has become a crucial issue.


The two main processes for making metal nameplate labels are screen printing and corrosion etching. Hemawell Nmameplate currently only gives a brief introduction to these two processes.


(Screen printing process)

The screen printing process in nameplate production is one of the common production methods. However, the chemical use and waste emissions involved often cause adverse effects on the environment. Therefore, it is crucial to consider environmental issues in the screen printing process, and a series of measures need to be taken to reduce the negative impact on the environment.

1. Use environmentally friendly ink:
Choose low-volatile organic compounds (VOCs): Environmentally friendly inks should try to choose low-volatile organic compounds to reduce atmospheric pollution from organic solvents.
Use water-based ink: Compared with solvent-based ink, water-based ink is more environmentally friendly and has less impact on the atmosphere and human health.
2. Save chemicals:
Control the amount of ink used: By optimizing the printing process and printing equipment, control the amount of ink used and reduce chemical waste.
Precise ratio: Reasonably control the ratio of ink ingredients to avoid excessive use of chemicals.
3. Waste treatment and recycling:
Waste ink treatment: Establish a waste ink recycling system to classify, collect and process waste ink to avoid direct discharge into the environment and cause pollution.
Recycling: Utilize waste ink as a resource, such as recycling it into ink raw materials or energy, to reduce the negative impact of waste ink on the environment.
4. Optimize production process:
Equipment update: Use efficient and energy-saving printing equipment to reduce energy consumption and exhaust emissions.
Production scheduling optimization: Reasonably arrange production tasks, reduce the number of equipment starts and stops, improve production efficiency, and reduce energy waste.
5. Training and supervision:
Employee training: Strengthen employee training on environmental awareness, increase their emphasis on environmental protection work, and promote the implementation of environmental protection measures.
Supervision and inspection: Establish an environmental protection supervision mechanism, conduct regular environmental inspections and assessments, and ensure that the screen printing process complies with environmental regulations and standards.

Conclusion: In the screen printing process of nameplate production, the promotion of environmental awareness and the implementation of environmental protection measures are crucial. By choosing environmentally friendly inks, saving chemical usage, waste treatment and recycling, optimizing production processes, and strengthening training and supervision, the environmental impact of the screen printing process can be minimized and the goal of sustainable development can be achieved.


(Corrosion etching process)
The corrosion and etching process is widely used in nameplate production, but the chemical solutions used in the process may cause pollution to the environment. Therefore, in the corrosion and etching process, a series of environmental protection measures need to be taken to reduce the impact on the environment and achieve sustainable development.


1. Use environmentally friendly etching solutions:
Choose low-toxicity solutions: Choose etching solutions that have less impact on the environment and try to avoid using solutions that contain toxic or harmful substances.
Aqueous solution replacement: Use aqueous etching solutions to replace traditional organic solvents to reduce the emission of volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
2. Recycle the etching solution:
Filter and regeneration system: Establish an etching liquid filter and regeneration system to filter and purify the etching liquid, extend the service life of the etching liquid, and reduce waste liquid discharge.
Pickling recycling: Treat and reuse pickling waste liquid to reduce chemical consumption and waste liquid discharge during the pickling process.
3. Control the corrosion process:
Automated control: Use automated equipment to control the corrosion process, accurately control corrosion time and temperature, and reduce chemical waste and environmental pollution.
Optimum operating conditions: Optimize corrosion process parameters, determine the best operating conditions, improve corrosion efficiency, and reduce energy consumption and chemical usage.
4. Waste liquid treatment and recycling:
Waste liquid treatment facilities: Establish waste liquid treatment facilities to treat and purify the waste liquid generated during the etching process to ensure that the discharge meets standards.
Metal recycling: Recycle metal components in waste liquid to reduce resource waste and achieve resource recycling.
5. Regular inspection and maintenance:
Equipment inspection and maintenance: Regularly check the operating status of corrosion and etching equipment, maintain the equipment in a timely manner to ensure its normal operation, and reduce the risk of solution leakage and chemical leakage.
Environmental monitoring: Establish an environmental monitoring system to regularly monitor the impact of the corrosion and etching process on the surrounding environment, discover problems in a timely manner and take measures to solve them.


Conclusion: In the corrosion etching process of nameplate production, environmental awareness and the implementation of environmental protection measures are crucial. By selecting environmentally friendly etching solutions, recycling etching solutions, controlling the corrosion process, waste liquid treatment and recycling, and regular inspection and maintenance, the impact of the corrosion etching process on the environment can be minimized and the goal of sustainable development can be achieved.