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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.
As production of corrugated board increases steadily on global scale, demand is solid for new or replacement corrugating machinery and box making machines.
The wax-replacement containers consisted of coated linerboards and a treated, wet-resistant corrugating medium.
For example, if the searcher is not interested in the market for boxes, it might be thought that the above search could be extended to read: (market and (linerboard or "corrugating medium" or corrugated) not box.
Click on "Publications" and then on Corrugating International, Summer 2004 issue.
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).
Your contributions to the manufacture of corrugating have benefited not only your own company and your career but also the entire industry.
* T 843 om-02 Fluted edge crush of corrugating medium (rigid support method)
* TIP 0304-17 "Addendum to Corrugating DefEct Terminology Manual--defects related to the use of fingerless single-facers"
Application: Laboratory results suggest that wheat straw and hardwood chips can be pulped concurrently in sodium carbonate to produce a superior corrugating medium for board manufacture.