In life, the use of carton packaging is very wide. Packaging design is particularly important for carton production. It determines the effect of the product and affects whether to achieve customer satisfaction. It is likely to return the product and cause significant losses to the company. These include relevant requirements such as layout requirements, specifications, box structure, contents and weight, and stacking layers. After designing by the design department, it can be passed to the manufacturing department to complete the realization of the product. And now there are many industrial packaging cartons. Depending on the type of packaging cartons, our conditions of use are different. When our cartons are used for corrosive goods, we must pay attention to the goods and packaging containers. Chemical changes in material. Metal packaging containers should be coated with a coating on the container wall to prevent corrosion of corrosive goods on the container. For example, the inner wall of iron drums packed with synthetic fatty acids should be coated with an acid-resistant protective layer to prevent the iron drums from being corroded by the goods, which will lead to the deterioration of the goods. Another example is that hydrofluoric acid is an inorganic acidic corrosive article, which is highly toxic and can corrode glass. Glass bottles cannot be used as packaging containers. They should be placed in metal or plastic barrels, but then into wooden cases. Formic acid is volatile and its gas is corrosive. It should be packed in a good acid-resistant jar, glass bottle or plastic bucket, tightly sealed, and then packed in a solid wooden box or metal bucket.
In various packaging materials, such as: paper, metal, glass, plastic, wood, and composite materials, paper is used in various fields due to its unique environmental advantages and light weight, and low transportation costs. In terms of carton packaging functions, it mainly reflects the content and protection; from the content of the design, it mainly considers the relationship between packaging and goods, the relationship between packaging and the environment, the relationship between packaging and consumers, and the internal structural elements of packaging. relationship.