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Pastry syringes, Nozzles for cream and Cornets with your own hands:

With a little practice and the right piping bag, you can create cream monograms of any shape, size and duration. For those whose arsenal of pastry accessories is rather stingy, we offer an alternative version of the classic baking decor with cream, which can be carried out without special attachments and even without the pastry bag itself.

The first step is to prepare the cream itself and paint it in the desired colors. For our butter cream, it was required to beat 250 grams of soft butter until white, then in portions, without stopping the operation of the mixer, add three glasses of sifted powdered sugar and pour in a couple of tablespoons of milk.

Having colored the portions of the cream, distribute them into pastry bags, and if there are no pastry bags, then simple dense bags with a zip-lock will do.

The selected confection, be it a cake, pastry, cupcake or biscuit, is also covered with a layer of cream, chocolate or icing sugar in a contrasting color in relation to the chosen decor.

Do-it-yourself confectionery syringes, nozzles and cornets

When all the preparatory operations have been completed, you can begin to practice. You should not expect a special variety from the decor without special attachments, but it is quite possible to reproduce classic flowers and cream petals.

For the first tiny flowers, roll up the tip of the pastry bag and cut the fold vertically.

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The process of logging, woodworking and secondary production is associated with the generation of wood waste. The volume of recyclable wood production is commensurate with the volume of finished products. An additional source of wood waste is forest parks and urban green spaces, which are periodically subjected to sanitary felling and cleaning. However, no more than half of the wood residues find useful use. Valuable natural material simply rots away without any attempts at disposal. Therefore, the processing of wood waste and the secondary use of raw materials remain relevant.

The following types of raw materials remain unprocessed at the procurement landfills:

  • roots and stumps;
  • branches and twigs;
  • small tree greens;
  • sawdust and shavings;
  • bark and tops.

In the sawmill, one-fifth of the imported material is classified as non-commercial wood or firewood, and part goes to sawdust. At factories for the production of furniture, plywood, veneer, the share of waste is 35-60% of the volume of sawn timber.

It should be noted that wood residues are a valuable source of raw materials for recycling in order to obtain products and materials for various purposes. Their processing will serve to save natural resources and solve environmental problems.

Classification of wood raw materials

Wood waste is classified by density:

Timber trimmings By method of obtaining:

  • when logging: stumps, tops, branches, bark, trimmings, firewood;
  • when processing round timber or primary sawmilling;
  • residues from veneer and plywood production: shavings and sawdust, substandard trimmings, slats, slabs, bark;
  • secondary waste of furniture factories: board trimmings, shavings and sawdust.

How to use

Woodworking wastes are widely used, they are in demand in many sectors of the economy:

  • construction ;
  • particle boards;
  • cement-particle boards;
  • arbolit;
  • brick;
  • gypsum sheets;
  • furniture boards;
  • paper production
  • paper and cardboard;
  • heat source;
  • fuel briquettes and pellets;
  • firewood;
  • agriculture;
  • compost to increase the level fertility of loamy soils;
  • an addition from sawdust to the soil of greenhouses and greenhouses;
  • litter for animals;
  • processing of solid waste after digestion of the extract into feed flour with antibacterial property.

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