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R & D

Bison’s R&D teams continually innovate and improve new and existing items allowing us to add new products to our ever increasing product assortment. Our in-house machinery engineers are one of our keys to success allowing us to streamline our production and enabling higher efficiency.

Sustainability is here and now, and at Bison we have made strong inroads by developing products with this in mind. Through our recycling and sustainability measures we meet the changing needs of consumers demands around the world.


Bison’s quality has always been the deciding factor in earning the patronage of clients worldwide. State of the Art testing facilities. Expert technicians and stringent quality measures are the hallmark of our impeccable quality.

A streamlined Quality assurance process ensures all of our products pass through various levels of inspection before finally being endorsed to ship . Testing procedures comply with NSF , FDA & ASTM standards .The FDA defines performance properties, such as the minimum strength and the level of barrier protection that these products must exhibit. Specific standards and test methods are developed by organizations such as the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM). These organizations are generally comprised of scientists and engineers with expertise in the behavior properties of glove materials, manufacturing processes and test methods.



Under ASTM testing, all Vinly gloves must meet certain Acceptable Quality Level (AQL) standards. AQL relates to the product’s freedom from pinholes and typically refers to the barrier protection confidence level. The lower the AQL number, the higher the quality of the product.

There are two main types of tests used to evaluate AQL in gloves—the water leak and the air inflation tests. With the Water Leak Test, a glove is filled with 1,000ML of water and inspected after two minutes for signs of leaking. The Air Inflation Tests involves inflating the glove with compressed air and conducting a visual exam for holes.

Studies at Bison indicated that Bison Life™ and Safe Handler™ have a minimal average after-use failure rate (from puncturing, tearing and other breaches). Most of the imperfections appeared in the finger region of the gloves.


The protective barrier of vinyl gloves is also indicated by the strength of the material. ASTM strength tests are designed to imitate the strain that gloves are subjected to in actual-use situations. Glove strength is measured according to its ability to stretch, as well as resist puncturing and tearing.

Specifically, ASTM testing covers glove elasticity, strength, resistance to puncturing and the force required to tear the material. Here’s a brief description of the specific tests conducted at Bison’s Factories :

  1. Elongation or elasticity testing signifies how much the glove material will stretch before it breaks. A higher number is better because it indicates superior performance.
  2. The Tensile Strength test refers to how much force is needed to stretch a glove until it breaks. Higher numbers reflect superior performance.
  3. Puncture Resistance testing indicates how pressure the material can stand when impacted by an object.
  4. V-Tear evaluations measure how much force is needed to create a tear.
  5. Trouser Tear assessments determine the amount of pressure that’s required to continue a tear once it has begun.

Bison’s Thermal Paper manufacturing Process

POS roll details

POS Thermal Paper Coating Process

Step 1: Under-coating on base paper – To improve the paper’s printing properties(giving a smoother and more even surface, a better quality of image, a more even distribution of the thermal coating, etc.).
Step 2: Thermal Coating on under-coating – To improve coloring, color enhancing and etc.,
Step 3: Calendaring – To improve the smoothness of paper.
Step 4: Winding, Packaging & Binding
Step 5: Quality testing – To check the quality of the thermal coating, sensitivity test is carried out and which has two distinct aspects
Static sensitivity test – Index of the temperature at which the paper starts to react.
Dynamic sensitivity test – Shows how fast thermal paper can be printed.
Step 6: Protective Coating – Depending on the final use for which the product is intended, it is sometimes necessary to apply an additional coating to protect the paper from external factors such as mechanical abrasion, chemical products, climatic factors, plasticizers and etc.,
Step 7: Finished bulk warehouse
Step 8: Rewinding & slitting
Step 9: Checking, Packaging & Palletizing
Step 10: Shipments to customer Dc’s