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IoPP glossary of packaging terminology
|Other titles||Glossary of packaging terminology, Institute of Packaging Professionals glossary of packaging terminology|
|Statement||editors, Walter G. Soroka, Paul J. Zepf.|
|Contributions||Soroka, W., Zepf, Paul J., Institute of Packaging Professionals.|
|LC Classifications||TS195.A2 I56 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||380 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||380|
Some military supplies are packaged in the same commercial packaging used for general industry. Linerboard: Flat sheets of paper that comprise the outer surfaces of a sheet of corrugated board. Shipments of certain classes of hazardous materials may require additional preparation and preapproval. Due to the increasingly fragmented media landscape in the digital age this aspect of packaging is of growing importance. Score or Scoreline: Impression or crease in corrugated or solid fiberboard, made to position and facilitate folds. Certainly slow manual operations allow workers to be flexible to package variation but also some automated lines can handle significant random variation.
Such dose-responses have been observed for hormones and endocrine disrupting chemicals. Information transmission — Packages and labels communicate how to use, transport, recycleor dispose of the package or product. Types of machinery[ edit ] Packaging machines may be IoPP glossary of packaging terminology book the following general types: Accumulating and collating machines Blister packsskin packs and vacuum packaging machines Bottle caps equipment, over-capping, lidding, closing, seaming and sealing machines Boxcase, tray, and carrier forming, packing, unpacking, closing, and sealing machines Cleaning, sterilizing, cooling and drying machines Coding, printing, marking, stamping, and imprinting machines Conveyor beltsaccumulating and related machines Feeding, orienting, placing and related machines Filling machines : handling dry, powdered, solid, liquid, gas, or viscous products Inspecting : visual, sound, metal detecting, etc. From "Adhesive" to "Wrap-Around Blank", find clear explanations of commonly used words and phrases related to the production, character, and use of corrugated material.
This method is used on heavy double wall and triple wall as an alternative to burst. Candy and playing cards are examples of products that use cello wrapping. Score or Scoreline: Impression or crease in corrugated or solid fiberboard, made to position and facilitate folds. Here's how to calculate the length and girth of a package: length plus 2 times the height plus 2 times the width.
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Flexo Folder Gluer: Machine, usually capable or running at high speed that prints, folds, cuts, and glues sheets of corrugated board, converting them into shipping boxes. Blend and Fill A IoPP glossary of packaging terminology book process of blending ingredients first then filling into pouches or rigid containers.
PWB Packaging Data. Secondary packaging is outside the primary packaging, and may be used to prevent pilferage or to group primary packages together.
Horizontal Form, Fill and Seal A pouch machine that converts and indexes a pouch along the horizontal plane. A storage box may or may not IoPP glossary of packaging terminology book dunnage or cushions that protect the contents if the box is upended or shaken, and usually does not have hinges, latches or locks, but simply a cover.
Bonding pads: Areas of metallization on the integrated circuit die that permit connection of fine wires or circuit elements to the die.
For industrial packaging use, liners or bags are often used as inner lining to containers, drums or pails to provide additional protection, ensure cleanliness, and facilitate use for pharmaceuticals, chemicals and other product types.
Extended Service Area Surcharge U. Packaging terms related to industrial packaging in general and dangerous goods packaging in particular: Dangerous goods also called hazardous materials may be pure chemical substances, mixtures of substances, manufactured products or articles which can pose a risk to people, animals or the environment if not properly handled in use or transport.
Accessible dangerous goods special handling fees apply: U. Some packages and labels also are used for track and trace purposes. Components of printing inks, but also outer coatings not intended for food contact may consequently contaminate the food stuff.
You may send certain international shipments to P. Containment or agglomeration — Small objects are typically grouped together in one package for reasons of storage and selling efficiency. Corrugator: Machine that unwinds two or more continuous sheets of containerboard from rolls, presses flutes into the sheet s of corrugating medium, applies adhesive to the tips of the flutes and affixes the sheet s of linerboard to form corrugated board.
The manufacturing of tinplate was the monopoly of Bohemia for a long time; in Andrew Yarrantonan English engineerand Ambrose Crowley brought the method to England where it was improved by ironmasters including Philip Foley.
Integrating such systems can be a challenge. An industry and trade organization open to any company with an economic interest in packaging and packaged products. Point: Term used to describe the thickness or caliper of paperboard, where one point equals one thousandth of an inch.
These broad categories can be somewhat arbitrary. Primary packaging A packaging service where contact is made directly with any type of wet or dry product, materials or ingredients, food or non food.
Many prominent innovations in the packaging industry were developed first for military use. Scottish-born Robert Gair invented the pre-cut paperboard box in —flat pieces manufactured in bulk that folded into boxes. Scored and Slotted Sheet: Sheet of corrugated fiberboard with one or more scorelines, slots or slits.
The user makes both the flap and joint closures.
For example, depending on the use, a shrink wrap can be primary packaging when applied directly to the product, secondary packaging when used to combine smaller packages, or tertiary packaging when used to facilitate some types of distribution, such as to affix a number IoPP glossary of packaging terminology book cartons on a pallet.
A barrier is also implemented in cases where segregation of two materials prior to end use is required, as in the case of special paints, glues, medical fluids, etc.
Declared value for FedEx Express Freight shipments will be based on a per-shipment amount.A-Z glossary of packaging terminology from Alameda Packaging. A sealed, usually spouted plastic bag inside a IoPP glossary of packaging terminology book outer container, generally used for packaging liquid products of varying viscosities.
Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. The Glossary of the International Trade Centre (ITC) on the technical terms used in the packaging sector is a database designed to provide updated information on the specific terminology used in the packaging industry.
This Glossary is a tool placed at the disposal of users for information only.Since its inception pdf an instructional text for the Institute of Packaging Professionals, the present book has grown to be the single most important and comprehensive introduction to all phases of packaging technology in the English language.Packaging is necessary to protect products, and is now done mainly through the use of packaging machinery.
Machinery plays increasingly important roles such as: Improve labor productivity. Sliding blister sealing machine packaging machinery is much faster than manual packaging.
One good example of this is the candy packing machine.Packaging Terms. This glossary of packaging terms is ebook to help you understand better our products and services. Please see below for links to external listings of packaging terms and international agencies.
Packaging terms related to industrial packaging .