Bespoke Corrugated Cardboard Pads Sizes

Our corrugated cardboard pads are flat pieces of cardboard, which are used to layer between products or to separate items within a stack. They can also be used to layer the base of a box and support the bottom. As they are incredible durable and sturdy, this makes them a great alternative to regular cardboard boxes and materials.

Corrugated cardboard sheets and pads are also used for an array of packaging solutions, and can be used for house moves, posting goods, packaging, and shipping food products, and many more.

The cardboard pads are useful as they can be customised to safely transport a wide variety of goods of different sizes and weights. We offer several sizing options so you can always find a corrugated layered pad to suit your unique shipping and transport needs.

Why Corrugated Cardboard Sheets are the most ideal in the Packaging Industry

Cardboard is one of, if not the most popular, used packing and transporting materials in the world. This is due to their array of benefits:

Biodegradable – Corrugated cardboard sheets are biodegradable. This means if they are thrown away or put in a landfill, the sheets will break down quickly leaving no pollution behind. This can further improve brand reputation.

Enhanced Strength – Corrugated packaging offers a great level of strength. When storing products within corrugated cardboard, you’ll reduce the risk of damaged goods in transit.

Cost Effectiveness – Alleviating the demand for packaging fill materials, and corrugated boxes can lead to a heavy reduction in costs during production. Which is boosted by their lightweight nature.

To find out more about their benefits, head over to our blog which lists the 7 benefits of using corrugated cardboard.

A1 (594mm x 841mm) (23.4" x 33.1")
A2 (420mm x 594mm) (16.5" x 23.4")
A3 (297mm x 420mm) (11.7" x 16.5")
A4 (210mm x 297mm) (8.3" x 11.7")
A5 (148mm x 210mm) (5.8" x 8.3")
A6 (105mm x 148mm) (4.1" x 5.8")
Euro Pallet (800mm x 1000mm) (31.5" x 39.4")
Standard Pallets (1000mm x 1200mm) (39.4" x 47.2")

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What is corrugated packaging?

Corrugated packaging is a type of packaging material made of corrugated cardboard, consisting of an inner lining and outer fluting made of paperboard. It’s known for its strength, durability and versatility, making it suitable for a wide range of packaging applications.

How much weight can corrugated cardboard hold?

Corrugated cardboard boxes are known to hold 60 – 150 pounds, making them a great investment to hold heavier items.

What are the benefits of corrugated cardboard?

One of the main benefits of corrugated cardboard is that they provide excellent protection during transport. Also, the fact they are recyclable and biodegradable further increases the popularity of corrugated cardboard.

What is corrugated cardboard used for and why?

Corrugated cardboard is used heavily in many packaging situations like moving house or posting electronic devices. They can be designed to suit the specifications of your products.

What are the different types of corrugated packaging?

There are four main types of corrugated packaging:

Single face board: Consisting of just a liner and a corrugated layer, single face board is less sturdy than other corrugated cardboards.

Single wall board: The classic, most common type of corrugated cardboard which features one layer of fluting and two layers of paperboard.

Double wall board: A stronger type of corrugated packaging with two layers of fluting and three layers of paperboard.

Triple wall board: The strongest type of corrugated cardboard with three layers of fluting and four layers of paperboard.

What is the difference between cardboard and corrugated cardboard?

Regular cardboard is usually thicker and heavier, while corrugated cardboard is more durable and structured differently inside to be less dense and sturdier. Corrugated cardboard is made of three layers to provide additional strength and withstand wear and tear.

Why is corrugated cardboard used for packaging?

Corrugated cardboard provides excellent protection during transport. They act as a stable cushion for products during shipping. They are also designed to keep bacteria and moisture away from the products within the packaging.

What are the applications of corrugated packaging?

Corrugated packaging has a wide range of applications, including:

The shipping and transportation of products.

E-commerce packaging for online orders.

Food and beverage packaging, including takeaway containers and boxes for perishable goods.

Protective packaging for fragile items, including glassware and electronics.

Industrial and manufacturing packaging for machinery and electronics.

How is corrugated packaging made?

Corrugated packaging is made through a process called corrugation, where paperboard is fed through a corrugator machine that crimps and glues the fluting to the inner and outer liners. The resulting corrugated cardboard is then cut and shaped into boxes or other forms of packaging.

Can corrugated cardboard be recycled?

Like most cardboard, corrugated cardboard is no different. Nearly 81% of corrugated cardboard is recycled. This can be any shape, colour, and size. The extra layer of waver fibre makes it even stronger and great for recyclability.

Is corrugated cardboard biodegradable?

Corrugated cardboard is 100% biodegradable and can degrade completely within one year. As it is fibre, the decomposition time is scarce and when exposed to favourable weather conditions, like humid environments, the degeneration speed ups even more.