PKG101_FS08_Corrugated_-_Outline

PKG101_FS08_Corrugated_-_Outline - Corrugated Packaging 101...

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Corrugated Packaging 101
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What is corrugated?
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Corrugating Rolls
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Benefits of Corrugated Primary container of choice for shipping Stacking strength and cushioning Merchandising / displayability Recyclability
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Single Face corrugated 1 face (linerboard plies) 1 medium (Fluted Center) Flexible Used as a protective wrapping
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Single Facer Sheet of facing (liner board) joined to corrugated medium Corrugated medium Steam for heat and moisture Corrugated rollers Drying Water based glue on tips of flutes Liner brought to contact Heat to “set” the glue
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Single Wall Corrugated (Double Face) 2 facings (linerboard plies) 1 medium (Fluted Center) Most common type of corrugated
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Double Wall Corrugated 3 facings (liner board plies) 2 mediums (Fluted Center) Heavy bulky items
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Double facer Accumulator Liner Corrugator Glue Single facer Glue Medium Stacker Slitter Liner Heaters Corrugator
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Corrugator Big machine 20’ high, 12’ wide, 300 ‘ long $5 million (plus) Roll stands at end Buy paper from other companies
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Triple Wall Corrugated 4 facings (liner board plies) 3 mediums (Fluted Center) Substitute for wood
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2009 for the course PKG 101 taught by Professor Haroldhughes during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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