CARDBOARD is currently the support for packaging which has more applicability thanks to its suitability for the most diverse uses and to its components, which, unlike other materials, make it truly recyclable.
Its widespread use and "friendly" appearance hide the complexity of its composition: joining different types of cardboard, smooth and fluted, of varying quality and weight, you get a variety of different thickness of corrugated cardboard, designed to meet multiple needs. Here is a summary of some technical notes:
The introduction of new regulations related to the packaging industry favours corrugated cardboard over the other products we transform.
Unlike expanded materials or plastic derivatives, cardboard, as well as being recyclable, is 100% biodegradable, it decomposes practically by itself and does not produce noxious fumes if incinerated.
It usually consists of two surfaces of cardboard known as liners that enclose the corrugated fluting which gives stability and strength to the whole. The adhesives are now all natural, made from starches derived from corn or potato.