Corrugated board consists of surface layers of liners glued to a rippled board layer of fluting or wellenstoff. The liner grades may be any of those listed above.
or Corrugated Fiberboard – The structure formed by gluing one or more sheets of fluted corrugating medium to one or more flat facings of linerboard. There are four common types: Single Face – Combination of one corrugating medium glued to one flat facing of linerboard. Single Wall – Two flat facings of linerboard, one glued to each side of a corrugated medium. Also known as Double Face. Double Wall – Three flat facings of linerboard, one glued to each side of two corrugated mediums. Triple Wall – Four flat facings of linerboard, one glued to each side of three corrugated mediums.
Board that has one or more flutes of paper within the outer layers.
A board created by gluing a corrugated piece to a flat face, or between two flat faces to increase the strength. Corrugated board is made from a variety of materials (most commonly plastic in sign work) and comes in a range of strengths and thicknesses.
A material comprising one or more sheets of fluted paper stuck between flat sheets of paper.
A packaging board used to make transport cartons
A packaging material that, in its simplest form, consists of a corrugated sheet of paper produced using two intermeshing, grooved rollers and by applying pressure and heat, with flat paper sheets glued to either one or both sides. Corrugated board was invented in the U.S. in 1871 and, thanks to its high strength and low weight, quickly became a favored packaging material.
Usually a nine-point board after it has passed through a corrugating machine. When this corrugated board is pasted to another flat sheet of board, it becomes a single-faced corrugated board or corrugated (shipping) container board.
Corrugated board is produced by guiding a paper web, the corrugating medium or fluting, through a slit between two corrugated rolls and pressing it into a waveform through a combination of pressure and heat. In the same machine, an even paper web (facing or liner) is then glued on to this corrugated paper on one or both sides. See "Kraftliner".
cardboard with corrugations (can be glued to flat cardboard on one or both sides)
a sandwich structure consisting of two flat plates (liners), which are separated by a sine wave shaped fluted core (corrugated medium)
A composite paper product made by adhering Linerboard to both sides of a web of corrugated medium on a Corrugator.
two outer layers of heavy paper (board) with an inner layer of 'fluting' (a wavy layer of paper) between them.
A board created by gluing a corrugated piece to a flat face, or between two flat faces. Although corrugated board is made from a variety of materials and comes in a range of strengths and thicknesses, the most common corrugated board used in sign work is made of plastic.
Kraft or jute board consisting of two sheets of flat board glued with one sheet of corrugated board between.
Container board consisting of one or several fluted filler boards (corrugating medium), glued to a surface layer of liners (kraftliner, testliner) consisting of one or several layers, used in containers
board consisting of one or more fluted sheets between flat facing plies.
Two outer layers of paper with intermediate layer of fluting/folded paper (see liner and fluting).
Corrugated board is manufactured by gluing two flat layers of paper (liner) with a rippled layer (fluting) in the middle.