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The bubbly history of Bubble Wraps

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Bubble wraps are the common packaging material today but do you know the history behind these tiny wraps? Check out this presentation and get to know about the history, types and some fun facts about …

Bubble wraps are the common packaging material today but do you know the history behind these tiny wraps? Check out this presentation and get to know about the history, types and some fun facts about bubble wraps.

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  • 1. The Bubbly History of Bubble Wraps
  • 2. What Do You Mean by Bubble Wrap ? Bubble wrap is a flexible plastic material used for packing goods. Used for Packaging Multipurpose Use
  • 3. History of Bubble Wraps Talking about the history of bubble wrap the birth of bubble wrap is itself quite bubbly. Back in 1950’s two American scientists were trying to make a 3 dimensional plastic however their experiment was a failure and during this so called mishap bubble wrap was produced as a by-product which is one of the most popular packaging material today.
  • 4. Bubble wrap is commonly made from polyethylene i.e. LDPE film. Here is a short summary of how is it manufactured. The second sheet is then moved onto the first one. As a result the air is trapped in the bubbles and bubbles are finally ready for use. With the help of suction these bubbles are formed on the sheet uniformly. The polyethylene resins resembling the size of the pea are taken into extruder. The extruders are long cylinders with a series of screws fitted inside. How is Bubble Wrap Manufactured? Once the beads are inside, the screws are made to run over the beads. During this process heat is built inside the extruder as a result of which these beads melt down. One of the sheets is placed on a drum with holes engraved in it. The melted material is taken out from the cylinder and moved between 2 stacked sheets of plastics.
  • 5. Based on colors bubble wraps are of types : 3 Standard - Standard ones are those which are transparent and can be regarded as the traditional bubble wraps, the very first ones to be used for packaging Anti Static - Anti-Static are the ones which are pink in color. These ones are surface coated with a chemical in order to prevent static electricity which otherwise can harm your hardware products wrapped with the bubble wraps. Green Bubble – These are the ones which signify that they can be recycled.
  • 6. Types of Bubble Wraps 1. Strong Grade Bubble Wrap 2. Anti Static Bubble Wrap 3. Limited Grade Bubble Wrap 4. FDA Grade Bubble Wrap 5. Multi Purpose Bubble Wrap 6. Bubble Mask 7. Cushionshield Aluminum Bubble Laminate
  • 7. •Bubble wrap was initially designed to be used as wall papers. •In a survey carried out by the manufacturers of Bubble wrap it was found out that the relief from stress which people get by popping the bubble wrap is equivalent to 33 minutes of massage.
  • 8. Globe Packaging 284 Water Road,Wembley, Middlesex, HA0 1HX United Kingdom By Phone : 0845 224 3691 By E-Mail: sales@globepackaging.co.uk

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