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During shipping, products are protected with package padding. Cushioning reduces vibration and impact shock during shipping, loading, and unloading, which lowers the risk of product damage. Inside a shipping container, usually in the form of a corrugated box, is padding.
It is intended to attenuate vibration and absorb shock by crushing and deforming rather than sending those forces to the protected item.
Package padding typically ranges in thickness from 50 to 75 millimetres (two to three inches), depending on the circumstances.In addition to cushioning, internal packing materials may also be used to fill voids or immobilise and secure the contents inside of boxes.
Prototype designs need to be verified and validated. A package’s and its cushioning’s design is frequently the result of multiple designs, assessments, redesigns, etc.
There are numerous documented package testing techniques (ASTM, ISTA, and others) available to assess a proposed package’s performance. Monitoring field performance will provide insight into the design process.
The Global Air Cushion Packaging market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The air pillows from Storopack are the best option for properly filling voids, blocking and bracing products in the carton, and safeguarding delicate goods in transit from vibration. With the product lines AIRplus and AIRmove, the broad selection may fit a wide variety of applications.
Air pillow devices can be used individually for lesser requirements or incorporated into an existing packaging process to generate cushioning on-demand right at the packing station.
This conserves priceless storage space and perfectly customises the packaging procedure to suit on-site requirements.
To ensure that all of your items are perfectly protected, our selection of air cushions includes a variety of film types and cushioning designs. All films are made in-house, with minimal raw material requirements, and with remarkable mechanical properties.
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