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The book Complete Manufacturing Technology Book on Corrugated Boxes, Folding Cartons, Lined Cartons, Corrugating Starch Adhesives and Glueing Systems with project Profiles covers  Corrugated Containers, Types of Paper Board, Composition of Multiply Paperboard, Rotogravure Printing of Paperboard, Cutting and Creasing with Glueing and Sealing, Types of Paper and Containerboard Grades and Tests, The Corrugated Box Industry, Project Profile of Corrugated Boxes with Process, Advantages and Disadvantages of Corrugated Cardboard Boxes, Corrugated Kraft Paper Boxes, Corrugated Packaging, Corrugated Recycling Process, The Corrugated Box making process,Corrugated Fiber Board Cartons for Long Distance Transport of Tomato and other Vegetables, Modelling of the Corrugated Cardboard Behavious Corrugated Board and Boxes Paper Corrugated Box Manufacturing used in Goods Packaging,Corrugated Boxes from Cottom Stalks, Adhesive Level Effect on Corrugated Board Strength,  Adhesives used in Corrugated Boxes, Corrugating Starch Adhesives, Box Crush Test and the Chalmers DST, Folding Cartons Manufacture, Substitute for Folding Carton, Detailed Manufacturing Process of Folding Cartons, Gluing Systems for Folding Cartons, Details of Corrugated Board Box Making Machinery, Corrugated Board and Boxes Making Machines, Cartonboard, Folding Cartons for Food Packaging, Paper Pulp Based Moulded Containers for Fruits and Vegetables,  Lined Cartons for Packaging of Food Products, The State of the Art in Cartoning Technology, Card Board Boxes (Like Moov Type etc.), Card Board Boxes and Cartons of Paper (System Packaging), Corrugated Board and Boxes (Automatic Plant) Using China Machines), Corrugated Box Making Machines and Their Parts, Folding Cartons/Mono Cartons, Plant Economics of Corrugated Boxes (Automatic Plant), Plant Economics of Liquid Adhesive for Corrugated Board and Boxes. Suppliers of Machinery.

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The book Complete Manufacturing Technology Book on Corrugated Boxes, Folding Cartons, Lined Cartons, Corrugating Starch Adhesives and Glueing Systems with project Profiles covers Corrugated Containers, Types of Paper Board, Composition of Multiply Paperboard, Rotogravure Printing of Paperboard, Cutting and Creasing with Glueing and Sealing, Types of Paper and Containerboard Grades and Tests, The Corrugated Box Industry, Project Profile of Corrugated Boxes with Process, Advantages and Disadvantages of Corrugated Cardboard Boxes, Corrugated Kraft Paper Boxes, Corrugated Packaging, Corrugated Recycling Process, The Corrugated Box making process,Corrugated Fiber Board Cartons for Long Distance Transport of Tomato and other Vegetables, Modelling of the Corrugated Cardboard Behavious Corrugated Board and Boxes Paper Corrugated Box Manufacturing used in Goods Packaging,Corrugated Boxes from Cottom Stalks, Adhesive Level Effect on Corrugated Board Strength, Adhesives used in Corrugated Boxes, Corrugating Starch Adhesives, Box Crush Test and the Chalmers DST, Folding Cartons Manufacture, Substitute for Folding Carton, Detailed Manufacturing Process of Folding Cartons, Gluing Systems for Folding Cartons, Details of Corrugated Board Box Making Machinery, Corrugated Board and Boxes Making Machines, Cartonboard, Folding Cartons for Food Packaging, Paper Pulp Based Moulded Containers for Fruits and Vegetables, Lined Cartons for Packaging of Food Products, The State of the Art in Cartoning Technology, Card Board Boxes (Like Moov Type etc.), Card Board Boxes and Cartons of Paper (System Packaging), Corrugated Board and Boxes (Automatic Plant) Using China Machines), Corrugated Box Making Machines and Their Parts, Folding Cartons/Mono Cartons, Plant Economics of Corrugated Boxes (Automatic Plant), Plant Economics of Liquid Adhesive for Corrugated Board and Boxes. Suppliers of Machinery.

CORRUGATED CONTAINERS

Introduction
Materials
Fourdrintier kraft liner
Cylinder Liner
Corrugating mediums
Grades, standard
Grades-special
Common Grades of Liner board and Corrugating Medium
Combined Board Structure
Common Flute Contours
Freight rules
Standardization of Grades and Rule
Corrugated Shipping Container Structure
Construction Features
Closure
Other Aspects
Manufacturing
Structural and Graphic Design
Planning and Soheduling
The Corrugator
Corrugator Adhesives
Silicate of Soda
Starch
Printer Slotters
Finishing Operations
Tying and Strapping
Specialty Operations and Equipment
Summary
Testing
Solid Fiber
Definition
Composition
Properties and end use
Specifications and Tests
Box Styles
Surface Coatings
Manufacturing
TYPES OF PAPER BOARD, COMPOSITION OF MULTIPLY PAPERBOARD, ROTOGRAVURE PRINTING OF PAPERBOARD, CUTTING AND CREASING WITH GLUING AND SEALING

Introduction
Types of Paperboard
Composition of Multiply Paperboard
White Vat Lined Chip
Paperboard Treatments
Calender Stack Applications
Coating Applications
Air Knife Coating for 75 Brightness Base Stock 60 Brightness, 3 lb/MSF
Converting of Cylinder Paperboard
Printing
High speed, sheet fed printing of paperboard
Rotogravure printing of paperboard
Flexographic presses
Cutting and Creasing
Gluing and Sealing
TYPES OF PAPER AND CONTAINERBOARD, CONTAINER BOARD GRADES AND TESTS

Examples of Containerboard Grades/Mead Corporation
Paper Products Chart Containerboard
Paper Products and Containerboard Glossary
THE CORRUGATED BOX INDUSTRY

The Box Making process
Box Raw Materials (Containerboard)
Technological Developments Affecting Supply
The Ideal Pricing Strategy
Pricing in the Real World
Global Issues
Project Challenge
PROJECT PROFILE OF CORRUGATED BOXES WITH PROCESS

Introduction
Product Uses and Specification
Product Specification
Uses
Plant & Machinery
Manufacturing Process
Raw Materials
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF CORRUGATED CARDBOARD BOXES

Advantages of Corrugated Cardboard Boxes
Disadvantages of Corrugated Cardboard Boxes
CORRUGATED KRAFT PAPER BOXES

Introduction
Product Description and Applications
Introduction
Corrugated Board
Advantages of Corrugated Fibre Board Boxes
Applications
Indian Standard Specifications
Manufacturing Process
Manufacture of Corrugated Board
Manufacture of Boxes
Calculation of Weight of a Box
Fabrication of Boxes
Printing
Process Flow Chart
CORRUGATED PACKAGING

Introduction
Opportunities
The process
Economics of the project
Checklist
Machinery Required
Finances
Suppliers
CORRUGATED RECYCLING PROCESS

Recycling Process
THE CORRUGATED BOX-MAKING PROCESS

CORRUGATED FIBER BOARD CARTONS FOR LONG DISTANCE TRANSPORT OF TOMATO AND OTHER VEGETABLES

Introduction
Engineering Evaluation of Peti
Materials and Methods
Damage to peti and produce in drop tests
Specifications of New Packaging Box
Damages to produce and peti in vibration
Specifications of New Packaging Box
Specifications
Laboratory and field trial
BCT Test data
Damage to Produce in Drop Test
Damage to produce in vibration test
Comparative performance of peti and cartons
Himachal Cartons
MODELLING OF THE CORRUGATED CARDBOARD BEHAVIOUR

Introduction
Cardboard panel geometry
Homogenization approach
Experimental Tests
Example of the corrugated cardboard under uniaxial solicitations
Elastic and failure parameters of the corrugated cardboard and its constituents
Analytical modelling
Formulation of the analytical model
Unit cell representative (VER) of the corrugated cardboard
Results of homogeneous elastic properties
Mechanical and geometrical characteristics of the sandwich constituents
Comparison between experimental and model results
Modelling of the inelastic behaviour
Numerical Simulation
Comparison between experimental and model results of the uni axial tensile behaviour
Comparison between FE and experimental results
CORRUGATED BOARD AND BOXES

The structure of corrugated board
A corrugated flute gauge
Single Face Corrugated
Single Wall (Double Face) Corrugated (A Flute)
Single Wall Corrugated
A Flute Corrugated 33 flutes per linear foot
B Flute Corrugated -47 flutes per linear foot
C Flute Corrugated 39 flutes per linear foot
E Flute Corrugated -90 flutes per linear foot
Designing a corrugated box
Printing on corrugated board
PAPER CORRUGATED BOX MANUFACTURING USED IN GOODS PACKAGING

Introduction
Optimal combination of raw materials
The principle of light weight
High strength corrugated honeycomb composite board
Intensified sandwich corrugated cardboard
Four-layer corrugated cardboard (also called double arch composite corrugated cardboard)
Four wall corrugated board consists of four plies of fluted paper which are glued together
Optimization of overall design of corrugated box
Forming process
Optimization of size and proportion
Palletized corrugated packaging
CORRUGATED BOXES FROM COTTON STALKS

Cost of Production of Corrugated Boxes
ADHESIVE LEVEL EFFECT ON CORRUGATED BOARD STRENGTH

Schematic of the IPST double backer simulator used to apply varying glue types at various levels to single face samples
ADHESIVES USED IN CORRUGATED BOXES

Introduction
Adhesion theory
Adsorption theory
Electrical theory
Diffusion theory
Practical view point
Adhesive Raw Material Types
Natural
Semi synthetic
Synthetic
Inorganics
Adhesive Types
Chemical reactive types
Evaporation or diffusion types
Solvent Based Systems
Water Based Systems
Surface Preparation
Metal surfaces
Wood surfaces
Other non metal surfaces
CORRUGATING STARCH ADHESIVES

The Role of Corn
Geographic Relationship to Gelatinization Temperature
Reported Gelatinization Temperatures of Conventional
Corn Starch and High Amylose Starches
Starch Basics for Corrugated Board
The Corrugating Process
Viscosity
Low Viscosity
High Viscosity (Thick, Heavy Adhesive)
Effects of Shear on Viscosity
The Temperature Viscosity Control System
Viscosity/Time Relationship
Viscosity/Resin Relationship
Temperature-Viscosity Correction Table(for Stein Hall Viscosity)
Microbiological Degradation
Care with Biocides
Gelatinization
Temperature
Gel Temperature Too High
Gel Temperature Too Low
Gel Temperature/Time Relationship
Determination of Caustic Concentration in Liquid Caustic (Hydrometer Method)
Corrugating Additives
Penetrating Aids
Antifoam Agents
Liquid Additives
Resins
Corrugating
Processes/Systems/Equipment
Stein Hall
Jet Cook
High Shear
No Carrier
Starch Properties and Testing
Alkali (Caustic) Sensitivity
Measuring Viscosity of Finished Starch Adhesive
Calibrating the Stein Hall Cup
Gelatinization Temperature
Microbiological Testing
Starch Solids Concentration
Board
Testing
Caliper T-411
Edge Crush Test (ECT) T-811
Dry Pin Adhesion T-821
Wet Pin Adhesion (unoffcial)
Ply Separation T-812
Glue Pattern (unofficial)
Top to Bottom Compression T-804
Basis Weight Combined Board T-410
Quality Monitoring and Control at the Adhesive Station
Statistical Process Control
BOX CRUSH TEST AND THE CHALMERS DST

BCT versus Board Crush
What happens when corrugated board is crushed?
Can MD Torsional Stiffness be used to calculate BCT
Crush versus board and box properties
FOLDING CARTONS MANUFACTURE

How are cartons designed to create impact and visual interest
How are cartons designed to protect the product
How does cartonboard influence design?
How are cartons printed?
Which is the best process for printing cartons?
How is the carton profile produced
What other processes are used in carton making
SUBSTITUTE FOR FOLDING CARTON

F-flute profiles specification
Properties of F-flute
Compression Strength
Stiffness (Flexural Stiffness, Bending Stiffness)
Methodology
Limitations and Delimitations
Assumptions
Equipment and Materials
Test Methods
Standard Test Methods Used in This Study
Experimental Procedure
Preconditioning
Manufacturing Process Flowchart
Material Evaluation
Stiffness Testing
The Structure of the Fiber Direction in Stiffness Testing
Board Identification
Box Compression Strength Testing
Drawing of the sample box
Box Identification
Data Analysis
Box Compression Strength Testing
The Results and Discussion
Stiffness (Flexural Stiffness, Bending Stiffness)
Summary of Material Evaluation
Board Analysis
Summary of the Stiffness values
t-test of stiffness values
t-test of stiffness values
Box Compression Strength
Summary of Box Compression Strength Value and Deflection: Vertical Direction Testing
Summary of Box Compression Strength Value and Deflection:Horizontal direction Testing
t-test of Box Compression Strength for Vertical Direction
t-test of Box Compression Strength for Horizontal Direction
DETAILED MANUFACTURING PROCESS OF FOLDING CARTONS

Rectangular box
Structural design
What it is not
What it is made from
Stages in the Manufacture of a Folding Carton
Package Design
Tuck tops and dust flaps
Layout
Die Making
Sheeting
A Word About “Grain”
Printing
Screen Printing Basic
Pre press
The Four Primary Printing Processes
Cutting and Creasing
Stripping of Waste
Other Finishing
Foil Stamping
Embossing/Debossing
Windowing
Finishing
GLUING SYSTEMS FOR FOLDING CARTONS

Processing without waste
Job change at the push of a button
Extendable at any time with the additionof modules
Control and monitoring
Securing product quality with Xtend
Glue application systems
Hot melt glue application
Cold glue application
Non-contact and ultra fast
Additional modules for quality assurance
Camera monitoring systems
Read and evaluate codes
Glue line detection unit
Ejection of defective products
DETAILS OF CORRUGATED BOARD BOX MAKING MACHINERY

Introduction
Corrugated board box making machines
Development concept and machine features
High productivity
Reduced setup time
Basic configuration of a corrugated board box making machine
Production flexibility
improvement of box quality and reduction of losses
One piece belt type transfer conveyor
Example of printing register accuracy
Schematic of taper adjusted arrangement for gauging roller (cross section showing the traveling direction of the sheet)
Modular design
Modular design of the folding unit
CORRUGATED BOARD AND BOXES MAKING MACHINES

Lamination Machine
Die Cutting creasing and Embossing Machine
Slotting Machine
Stitching Machine
Gluing Machine
Cutting Machine
Cutting and Creasing Machine
Other Products
CARTONBOARD, FOLDING CARTONS FOR FOOD PACKAGING

Introduction
T pack with folding boxes
Packaging by Hand (manual packaging)
Automatic packaging
Flash Bottom Carton
Fix Bottom Carton
Packaging and filling migration and sensoric
Recycled fibers for food packaging
Gluing Point
Folding box with displaced insert lids
Folding box with face to face insert lids
Folding box with to beglued top and bottom lids
Recommendation of the german health ministry
Disperging System
Microbiological tests
Sensoric Tests
Migration Tests
The folding carton market and its developments
Recent developments within the packaging industry
Production process in the folding carton industry printing and varnishing
Production process control main processes
Incoming Control Fibre Materials
Incoming Control Fibre Mateials
Testing of carton board for food packaging
Quality Control Cartonboard
Die cutting and creasing
Gluing and sealing
Special R & D Efforts for the food packaging industry
Needs of the food industry
Different kinds of folding carton boxes
Group titles and their definition
Barrier boards
Tight Packs
Total Packaging Cost Analysis
Special Development Projects
Formastar
Types of Folding Cartons
Foldpack
PAPER PULP BASED MOULDED CONTAINERS FOR FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

Apple Tray Packaging Concept
Reasons for Switch over from Traditional Wooden Packing to Carton Tray Packing
Benefits of spring cushion tray packed apples
Consumer pack trays
Concept
Fruit and Vegetable trays Value addition
Problem-Free Packaging Due to ideal Design
Consumer Pack advantage
Consumer pack tray features
Tray hand wrapping machine
Operating procedure
The Stretch Wrapping Advantage
Conclusion
LINED CARTONS FOR PACKAGING OF FOOD PRODUCTS

Methodology, Materials and Machinery
Concept of lined carton packaging system
Manufacture of lined cartons
Sequence of Operation
Printing
Varnish/Lamination
Punching
Folding & Lining
Carton filling & sealing machines
Sequence of Operation
Vacuum & gas flushing
Constituents of the lined carton
Tests
Substance of board for weight of unit pack
Quality parameters of board
Liners
Barmer properties of liners
Barier metallised film poperties
Peel Bond Strength of Laminations
Criteria for the selection of liners
The Product to be packed which includes
Performance properties include
Marketing demands
Versatility of Lined Cartons
Product: package compatibility
Future prospects of the lined carton packaging system
THE STATE OF THE ART IN CARTONING TGECHNOLOGY

Products packaged using cartoning machine
Types of folding cartons
Cartoning
Cartoning Machine Types
Products Handled
Specification
Horizontal continuous motion cartoning machine
Sequence of Operation
Safety Devices
Auxilliary Devices/Attachments
Product Infeed
Cartoning Technology-A Long Line of Advantages
Drive Mechanism
Product Feed in
Quick Format Change
Carton Pick up
Photograph 3 Carton Erection
Insertion System
Photograph 4 Product loading
Carton removal conveyor
Excellent sales as the result of atrractive cartons
Carton Closing
discharge
CARD BOARD BOXES (LIKE MOOV TYPE ETC)

Plant & Machinery
Fixed Capital
Raw Materials
Total Working Capital/Month
Total Capital Investment
Turn Over/Annum
CARD BOARD BOXES AND CARTONS OF PAPER (SYSTEM PACKAGING)

Plant & Machinery
Fixed Capital
Raw Materials
Total Working Capital/Month
Total Capital Investment
Turn Over/Annum
CORRUGATED BOARD AND BOXES (AUTOMATIC PLANT) (USING CHINA MACHINES)

Plant & Machinery
Fixed Capital
Raw Materials
Total Working Capital/Month
Total Capital Investment
Turn Over/Annum
CORRUGATED BOX MAKING MACHINES AND THEIR PARTS

Plant & Machinery
Fixed Capital
Raw Materials
Total Working Capital/Month
Total Capital Investment
Turn Over/Annum
FOLDING CARTONS/MONO CARTONS

Plant & Machinery
Fixed Capital
Raw Materials
Total Working Capital/Month
Total Capital Investment
Turn Over/Annum
PLANT ECONOMICS OF CORRUGATED BOXES (AUTOMATIC PLANT)

Plant & Machinery
Fixed Capital
Raw Materials
Total Working Capital/Month
Total Capital Investment
Turn Over/Annum
PLANT ECONOMICS OF LIQUID ADHESIVE FOR CORRUGATED BOARD AND BOXES

Plant & Machinery
Fixed Capital
Raw Materials
Total Working Capital/Month
Total Capital Investment
Turn Over/Annum