Definition of packaging: "The general name of containers, materials and auxiliary materials used in accordance with certain technical methods to protect products, facilitate storage, and promote sales during the circulation process.
Packaging materials should have the following properties:
1. Certain mechanical properties
The packaging material should be able to effectively protect the product, so it should have a certain degree of strength, rigidity, toughness and elasticity to adapt to the influence of static and dynamic factors such as pressure, shock, and vibration.
2. Proper barrier performance
According to different requirements for product packaging, packaging materials should have a certain barrier ability to moisture, water vapor, gas, light, odor, heat, etc.
3. Good safety performance
The toxicity of the packaging material itself should be small, so as not to pollute the product and affect human health; the packaging material should be non-corrosive, and have anti-insect, anti-moth, anti-rodent, and anti-microbial properties to protect product safety.
4. Appropriate processing performance
Packaging materials should be suitable for processing and easy to be made into various packaging containers; it should be easy to mechanize and automate packaging operations to adapt to large-scale industrial production. It should be suitable for factors and easy to hide packaging signs.
5. Better economic performance
Packaging materials should have a wide range of sources, convenient materials, and low cost. After use, packaging materials and packaging containers should be easy to handle and not pollute the environment or cause public hazards.
Paper and cardboard
Corrugated cardboard and corrugated boxes
Soft package express packing box, express packing bag, express packing envelope, recyclable packing box, recyclable logistics appliance, cold chain packing box
Physical properties: implementation of standards GB, GB/T, ISO, ASTM, TAPPI, JIS
Environmental protection: European Union: 94/62/EC (Packaging and Packaging Waste Act)
United States: TPCH (The Toxics in Packaging Clearinghouse)
China: GB/T 16716
Degradable: GB/T 16716, GB/T 19277, ISO 14855, ASTM 5338, ASTM D6400