HOW TO PROTECT YOUR PRODUCTS WITH ‘AIR PILLOWS’ & ‘LARGE BUBBLE FILMS’
Product protection was directly linked for a long time to bubble film. Light and easy to bend, bubble film can be used for three applications:
Surface protection: When applied on sensitive surfaces like these of furniture.
Void filling: When placed in a box to fill the void and secure items from shifting and getting damaged.
Cushioning: When is used to wrap items, creating a soft pad of air that protects item from getting broken during shipment.
Today, there are many more options than bubble film and using air as a mean of product protection has become a standard.
THE TWO ALTERNATIVES TO BUBBLE FILMS
A first alternative to bubble film is the “inflatable air pillows” that have the scope of void filling. These are flat films that are filled on demand with air and are becoming air bags. These bags/pillows full of air efficiently fill any void in the box and prevent items from shifting and thus breaking during transit.
The second alternative to bubble film is the “inflatable cushioning films” that are doing what exactly their name suggests “cushioning”. These are materials that are filled on demand with air, becoming bubble films with much larger size of bubble. These bubbles turn into a soft pad fill with air (cushions) that is protecting products from getting broken during transportation.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST SYSTEM
When there is need for small capacities and/or for new e-shops, NANO machine combined to FAX AIR WRAP film are both an affordable and efficient solution. With a speed of 12 meters per minutes, NANO can offer both void filling and light cushioning and match the needs of an e-shop that has just started.For higher capacities and larger needs for void filling, FA ROCKET with speed of 30 meters per minute, can be a fast and simple solution.When application demands cushioning to be taken seriously, then we need to use NAIB FLEX that can fill bubbles of different sizes and qualities and thus secure the integrity of our products.
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