Box inserts are commonly used in different packaging boxes. Its major function is to keep product in place or protect products. Let’s take a look at some mostly used inserts.
EPE foam insert
Medium-density foam, full name Expanded Polyethylene Foam. Most popular box foam insert, widely used in box packaging and buffer material, is a molded semi-rigid, non-cross-linked, and closed-cell kind of polythene foam that features a near-infinite quantity of applications attributable to the following characteristics: Non-abrasive.
XPE foam insert
Low-density foam, chemical name is Cross-linked polyethylene. It is quite a compound material with smart and freelance obdurate foramen, and smooth surface and sensible elasticity. In the meantime, it’s conjointly filled with high mechanics intensity and intelligent heat insulation which is good waterproof, well resistant to aging, to heat, to chemical corrosion, and different environments.
EVA foam insert
A great high-density foam, is short for Ethylene-vinyl acetate, is the polymer of alkene and vinyl acetate. The burden percent vinyl acetate sometimes varies from ten to four-hundredth, with the rest being alkene.
Plastic blister insert
Blister, also called Thermo-formed in box inserts industry, is a producing method wherever a plastic sheet is heated to a pliable forming temperature, shaped to a specific shape during a mold, and cut to make a usable product.
Molded pulp insert
Molded pulp insert is a eco-friendly green material insert. After newspaper and paper packaging being recycled, the pulp needs to be transferred to a paper material or being directly used- molded pulp. The advantage of paper pulp inserts is low costs with good environmental effect.
Cardboard Insert is widely used in a razor packing box, calculator box packaging, perfume packaging box, etc.