The Packaging User’s Handbook

The Packaging User’s Handbook

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The first version of this book, Packaging materials and containers was published in 1967 and was revised extensively ten years later under the title The Packaging media. The present work incorporates developments in materials (increasing use of plastics and plastics in combination with other materials); packaging machinery; methods of distribution, warehousing, and stocking; and management methods and control. The technical aspects of all types of materials are addressed in detail. Only a nod acknowledges the issues of recycling, and the various impacts that increasing environmental concerns will have on the use of packaging are not addressed. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORMore significant is the drawing of metal involved in making a cone-shaped top for an aerosol can, and a particularly ... It is not secured by solder or any other sealing medium, because it is meant to be put on and taken off with ease, and without resorting to any tools or mechanical aids. The lid is solid drawn, i.e. it is made from a single piece of sheet metal formed by pressing through a steel ring or die by aanbsp;...

Title:The Packaging User’s Handbook
Author: Frank A. Paine
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 1990-10-31

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