CARDBOARD IS OUR MATERIAL
Reliability, passion, attention to details, care, talent and craftsmanship characterise every phase of our production process. Innovation and thorough customer satisfaction are our goals.
We invest in on-going training of our staff and in new printing and new production technologies.
Direct printing on cardboard for small runs
Direct printing on cardboard; the best standard for packaging
High definition printing process to personalise displays
NEW PRODUCTION LINE
WITH 6-COLOUR HIGH DEFINITION
New production line high resolution printing with 48 lines
We have the latest generation system for the production of cardboard boxes with 6-colour high definition printing on liner and coated paper
We constantly invest in new technologies and training for our employees
High production capacity, up to 20,000 boxes per hour, for any type of cardboard and hollow cutter
All production is meticulously managed and controlled at every stage.
MATERIAL AND FORMATS
Technically, corrugated cardboard is a sandwich composed of two flat cardboard sheets and one or more sheets of corrugated cardboard held together by natural glues derived from corn starch or potato starch. If there are two or more corrugated cardboard sheets, another flat cardboard sheet called a stretched central sheet is placed between them. In such case it is called corrugated cardboard with a single, double wave etc. Furthermore, since the height of the wave can vary from 1.5 mm to 5 mm, we can have different combinations for a final thicknesses of cardboard between 1.5 to 15 mm.
For example, cardboard with KSTSK 56265 BC has the following characteristics:
Kraft paper outer cover, class 5
First wave Semi-chemical B wave paper, class 6
Central sheet Test-liner, class 2
Second wave Semi-chemical C wave paper, class 6
Kraft paper inside cover, class 5
class 2: g/mq 125
class 3: g/mq 150
class 4: g/mq 175
class 5: g/mq 200
class 6: g/mq 225
class 8: g/mq 275
class 9: g/mq 300
class 02: g/mq 337
class 04: g/mq 400
class 06: g/mq 440
Single wave - It creates cardboard with a thickness between 1.5 and 4 millimeters. The number of waves contained in a linear meter provides good resistance to compression. However, being less thick, it does not enhance resistance to vertical compression. Among these types of cardboard there is the microwave, which has excellent print quality because of the high number of waves per linear meter that creates the perfect flatness of the cover. Competitive with compact cardboard in the production of cases or similar items.
Double wave - It creates cardboard with a thickness of more than 4.5 mm with excellent resistance to vertical compression of the packaging and increasing shock absorbing power. Compared to other types of wave, the flat crush resistance is lower. It is an excellent compromise for the best competitive price. It provides good print quality and provides flat and vertical crush resistance.
Triple and alveolar wave - Complex cardboard composed of a thickness greater than 14 mm. It is used for exceptionally heavy materials, heavy loads and long storage times.
simbol “B” – Low Wave: minimum height wave mm 2,5
simbol “C” – Medium or High Wave: minimum height wave mm 3,5
simbol “E” – Microwave: minimum height wave mm 1,8
simbol “F” – Microwave: minimum height wave mm 1,2
simbol “BC” – Low / medium combination: wave minimum height mm 6,0
simbol “EB” – Microwave / Low combination: onda altezza minima mm 3,7
simbol “EE” – Discovery wave: starting from mm 3,2
simbol “EF – Discovery wave: starting from mm 1,8