The corrugated box is one of the most common packaging materials used in the world today. They are strong, lightweight, and versatile which makes them essential to get used in the paper and packaging industry. However, their strength is not always enough to protect the contents from damage. That's why it's important to test the bursting strength of corrugated boxes before they are used to ship products. We at Presto have come up with one of the highly efficient lab testing instruments known as the bursting strength tester that will help you to accurately test the box bursting strength test to accurately determine the bursting strength of paper, corrugated cardboard, carton boxes, and other related materials. Here we are going to discuss brief information about how you can easily check the bursting strength of corrugated boxes with the use of a bursting strength tester for paper. But before that, let us focus on the role of the bursting strength tester in the packaging industry. So, let us get started!
Role of bursting strength tester in the packaging industry
The Packaging industry is one of the most important and fundamental industries in the world. It involves manufacturing and supplying materials that are used to store, protect and transport different products. One of the most common packaging materials used nowadays is the corrugated box.
Corrugated boxes are made from corrugated board, which consists of two liner sheets and a fluted medium. These boxes are widely used due to their light weight, flexibility, and durability.
However, it is essential to test the bursting strength of these boxes
before using them for packaging purposes. The bursting strength of a corrugated box
can be determined by performing the Bursting Strength Test. This quality test involves measuring the resistance of the box to an external force or pressure. The results of this test help in determining the quality of the box and its suitability for packaging purposes.
That's why it's so important to conduct a bursting strength test for corrugated boxes so that they can withstand the rigors of shipping. While there may be a slightly higher upfront cost, the added protection is worth it in the long run. Not only will your products arrive safe and sound, but you'll also have peace of mind knowing that they were properly packaged.
Below we have discussed the features and technical specifications of the digital bursting strength tester.
Features of Presto digital bursting strength tester
The corrugated box industry has seen a boom in recent years, as more and more businesses are opting for this type of packaging. By testing the bursting strength of corrugated boxes, manufacturers can ensure that their products will arrive at their destination safely and without damage. Presto digital bursting strength tester has been designed by keeping all necessary industry standards in mind. We have listed the features of the Presto digital bursting strength tester:
- Digital indication of readings.
- This equipment is completely microprocessor-based with the original ‘Intel chip.
- TARE facility incorporated.
- Peak Hold facility for keeping the maximum value in the memory.
- Bright LED display.
- Feather touch controls.
- Single Push-Button Operation
- Microprocessor-based display for accurate test results
- Memory to hold up to 9 test reading
- Highly accurate test results under multidirectional Force
- Strong Gripping clamps
- Grooved structure of Test Specimen Holder to avoid slippage and intact holding of the specimen under test
- No slippage in case specimen is tightened uniformly using operating wheel
Technical Specifications of Presto bursting strength tester
- Pressure Range: 40 Kg/ cm2
- Least Count : 0.1 Kg/cm2
- Display: Digital
- Rate of fluid displacement: 95 cc/minute
- Test fluid: Glycerin
- Accuracy: ± 1% within 10% to 90% of the entire range as per IS: 1828
- Motor: ¼ HP Single Phase
- Peak Hold Facility: Yes
- Safety Switch: Yes
- Standards: ASTM D3786, BS 3137, ISO 2758, ISO 3303-1:2012, ISO 3689-1983, IS – 1060, 1987
To check the bursting strength of corrugated boxes, first, start the machine and set pressure to zero by using TARE & RESET button. After that, you can place the specimen in such a way that it covers the lower clamp. Make sure you will correctly place the specimen, in order to get accurate testing results. Tighten the wheel to make sure that the test specimen is firmly held and there are no chances of slippage. After the test specimen has been placed correctly, Press the “Push for burst” button and commence the test accurately.
You can read about how Presto bursting strength tester works
effectively to test the bursting strength of paper and corrugated boxes. If you wish to conduct a FREE sample testing session, then give us a call at +91 9210903903 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will assist you with all your queries.