corrugating


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corrugating

[′kär·ə‚gād·iŋ]
(design engineering)
Forming straight, parallel, alternate ridges and grooves in sheet metal, cardboard, or other material.
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Of the two new orders received from Korea, both from packaging materials manufacturers, one was for 1 unit of the EVOL 4FGR-100 and 1 unit of the SH-400-2500 corrugating machinery; the other too was for 1 unit of the SH-400-2500.
The wax-replacement containers consisted of coated linerboards and a treated, wet-resistant corrugating medium.
It uses all recycled material to make its linerboard and corrugating medium.
Major components and functions of corrugating equipment, including recent changes in technology
Compared to the same period in 1996, prices in the second quarter of 1997 were 15 percent lower for linerboard and 30 percent lower for corrugating medium.
4 million borrowed on the term loan to finance the conversion of the Thunder Bay facility, acquired in June 1995, to a corrugating medium mill.
In addition, practical troubleshooting tips are provided for key parts of the corrugating process.
Papierfabrik Palm GmbH recently installed a new paper machine at its Worth, Germany, mill that represents current technology for corrugating medium and test liner machines (Figure 1).
The 11 m wide, 600,000 metric ton/yr testliner and corrugating PM represents a massive step up in capacity for the region, but Smurfit still feels that the market will accommodate the new unit without softening to any great degree.