They make cardboard out of outer flat sheets (liners) of puncture resistant paper, sandwiching a central "filling" (fluting, so called because it's fluted) of corrugated short fibre paper. The paper used for the fluting may also be "Semi-Chem", so called because chemicals are used to "stretch" the fibres, making it stronger and stiffer. The paper used to make the "fluting" is generally paper that weighs in around the 90 grammes per square metre (gsm) mark, although it is not uncommon to use "Semi Chem", that may weigh up to 171 gsm. Because "semi chem" is tougher and drier than your average waste based fluting, there is generally a lot of steam and heat applied in the actual corrugating machine. For normal fluting paper, only a small amount of heat, and no steam would be applied. Then, the "bottom-liner" and "medium" (outer and inner portion of the final corrugated board product, which may not necessarily be brown, they can be white, or "mottled") are glued together along the outsides of the peaks and valleys of each Flute, normally using starch adhesives. There are endless possibilities to finish, length and width of the board being produced. The width is only dictated by the width of the machine bed, which may be anything up to 3.5 metres (around 11 feet) wide. The length is generally dictated by the length of the "dry end" of the machine, but I personally have seen board being cut up to 4 metres long, and as short as 600 millimetres. I hope that makes things a little clearer for my fellow "Wiki-ers".
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Cardboard packaging is manufactured at many places in the United States including WH Skinner. WH Skinner is located in Chart Sutton, Maidstone. They have many other services available besides cardboard packaging.
Paper is glued together in layers, cut and folded.
Cardboard is manufactured using paper pulp that is processed from harvested trees and recycled paper. Glue and pressure are used to press it and make it retain its shape.
Cardboard is primarily composed of wood fibers, but can contain other things such as fillers such as clay, calcium carbonate, etc. Depending on who and where the cardboard is manufactured it may contain any number of other ingredients based on the end use of the cardboard. A note, cardboard is not the same as corrugated board, which has the waving middle stuff, although their makeup is very similar.
yes but i wouldn't advise it.... carboard is a manufactured substance that was not ment to be eaten.... come on It has no nutritional value.
The weight of cardboard depends on the thickness and amount of cardboard. Thicker cardboard tends to weigh a little more than thin cardboard.
yes you can recycle cardboard
Cardboard or paper
the meaning of cardboard
An advantage of cardboard is that cardboard can be made into a box to protect things and is recyclable. A disadvantage of cardboard is that it is easily damaged.
Well, there are 2 types that you can recycle. flat cardboard and corrugated cardboard.
Old cardboard is turned into slurry, which is then used to make new cardboard. You can give your cardboard away on BoxGiver
Cardboard is made at factories.
Cardboard is a noun.
It depends on if there is ink in the cardboard.
It is a box made out of cardboard
Cardboard is a mixture.
Yes it is okay for them to chew on cardboard.
Yes you can recycle cardboard into anything.
Some cardboard and paper are recycled to make new cardboard, but the primary raw material for cardboard is wood (celulose).
the relationship between squirrels and cardboard is that squirrels play and bite it. the cardboard is a toy for the squirrels, they can also use the cardboard as shelters.
Yes, you can recycle cardboard ifi it has the recycle sign on it. Many places do recycle cardboard.
Some, but not all, cardboard is treated with wax or laminated. These forms of cardboard are considered to be waterproof.
anybody in tucson buy cardboard ?? I will buy your baled cardboard.