Type of Cardboard and its Uses:
Made up of three layers – an outer liner, an inner liner, and a corrugated medium in between. Suitable for packaging products of various sizes and shapes, from small electronics to large appliances.
A single layer of paperboard and often used for packaging small items like cosmetics, food products, and pharmaceuticals. Lightweight and easy to handle, making them ideal for retail packaging. Usually coated to enhance its strength and durability.
Solid Bleached Sulfate (SBS)
Board Used for high-end packaging products like cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and food products. Made from virgin fibers, giving it a white appearance and a smooth texture.
Solid Unbleached Sulfate (SUS)
Board Similar to SBS board but is made from unbleached virgin fibers. It has a natural brown color and a rough texture. Used for packaging items like furniture, appliances, and other heavy-duty products.
Coated with a layer of polyethylene (PE) or polypropylene (PP) making the board resistant to moisture and giving it a glossy appearance. Used for packaging food products, like frozen foods and snacks.
In conclusion, understanding the different types of cardboard available, businesses can make informed decisions when choosing packaging materials that best suit their needs.
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