Protect your delicate products with Double Wall Cardboard Boxes
Our double wall boxes are designed to increase protection with an extra layer of corrugated cardboard. These strong boxes are perfect for shipping delicate items including jewellery and trinkets, glassware, electrical goods and delicate clothing.
Incorporating an extra layer of fluted, corrugated cardboard offers excellent cushion protection against unwanted bumps and knocks. Our double wall cardboard is bonded together to create a strong, robust material which is relied on by businesses and customers in any industry. All this added strength means they’re ideal for storage too!
Double wall boxes boast an improved weight capacity meaning heavier items can be stored and transported safety and over a longer time period. How are they constructed? Our cartons feature Our double wall cartons have been constructed using EB flutes or BC flutes, more information below:
3.8mm – 4.1mm in thickness. Double wall material combining the fine E flute and the commonly used B flute. The results give an excellent performance level in both print finish and impact protection.
7mm in thickness. Double wall material coupling two types of flute profile. The B and C flute together provide a good level of all round performance. This type of flute is most commonly used in shipping cases for higher levels of contents protection.
Printed Double Wall Boxes
Flexographic is the main printing process that is used to enhance your corrugated boxes and is widely used throughout the industry. It can be used for simple messages (fragile, this way up for example) or your contact details and can also be used for more creative designs which can help stand your packaging out from the crowd and promote your product.
Whether you are looking to improve or re-brand existing packaging or have a new product to promote, we have the facilities and resources to offer a total print solution.
Suggested Board Grades for Content Weight
The quality and strength of the board lining papers are generally determined by the weight per square metre in Grams e.g. 125, and also content mix of new and recycled wood fibre Kraft paper (‘K’) being of better quality (higher content of new wood fibre) than Test paper (‘T’). For example: 125 K/T B would mean the weight of the paper used is 125 grams per square metre, the external paper being Kraft and the internal being Test quality with ‘B’ fluting between.