Usage of Corrugated Cardboard
Corrugated cardboard boxes come from wavy paperboard, which is sandwiched between two flat sheets of paperboard. The most common use for corrugated cardboard is in the making of cardboard packing and shipping containers or boxes. Corrugated cardboard was patented in England in 1856. Corrugated cardboard is also called the pleated paper and was initially used as a liner for hot boxes, designed to protect tall hats.
Corrugated cardboard boxes are used throughout the world for moving, because they are very safe, unlike another cardboard. They are made with three different layers to protect the goods inside. Corrugated cardboard is made using large corrugation machines that can create cardboard at a speed of 500 linear feet per minute.
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