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The Edge Crush Test (ECT) measures the ability of combined board to sustain a top-to-bottom load. The strength is directly related to the compression strength of both the liners and medium. The strength is directly related to the compression strength of both the liners and medium.

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  • Corrugated Comparison Chart | Professional Packaging Systems

    Corrugated Comparison Chart | Professional Packaging Systems

    Corrugated case comparison chart with minimum bursting test, minimum edge crush test (ECT). Pro Pac offers all kinds of corrugated boxes and RSC shipping cases in Texas. Professional Packaging Systems is your resource for corrugated boxes, cases, shipping cases, corrugated trays, and display trays in Texas.

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  • ECT Test Edge Crush Test vs. Mullen Test for Box Strength

    ECT Test Edge Crush Test vs. Mullen Test for Box Strength

    At the end of the day, both ECT and Mullen tested boxes come in a wide range of options. Below is a helpful chart that shows an ECT tested box and its applicable Mullen tested box of similar strength. Minimum Mullen Test. Singlewall and Doublewall Board (psi) Minimum Edge Crush Test (ECT) or Minimum Puncture Test Triplewall.

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  • Stafford Cutting Dies Inc

    Stafford Cutting Dies Inc

    If Thickness size is not available round size "DOWN" to next size. If Width size is not available round size "UP" to next size.

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  • Heavy Duty 27544 ECT RSC Boxes

    Heavy Duty 27544 ECT RSC Boxes

    Heavy-Duty Boxes are constructed from 275# (44 ECT) test RSC (Regular Slotted Carton) brown corrugated. Heavy Duty Double wall boxes are constructed from 275# (48 ECT) test RSC (Regular Slotted Carton) brown corrugated. Triple Wall boxes are constructed of heavy duty triple wall 1100# (90 ECT) test RSC (Regular Slotted Carton) brown corrugated

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  • Is there a mathematical formula to calculate the ECT value

    Is there a mathematical formula to calculate the ECT value

    A “normal” 200 C linerboard and medium combination must include 42# linerboards with any grade of fluting. Mullen is based on the burst strength of the combined board. Burst strength is a contribution by the liners alone without regards to the medium. So 200# test …

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  • The Difference between 200 Test and 32ECT Corrugated

    The Difference between 200 Test and 32ECT Corrugated

    The Edge Crush Test, which was developed in the 1990’s, measures the stacking strength of corrugated board – how much top to bottom pressure a box can withstand before crushing. Boxes conforming to the Edge Crush Test standard are identified as 32ECT, 44 ECT, etc. Again, the higher the number, the stronger the corrugated box.

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  • Bursting Strength vs. Edge Crush Test Best Practices

    Bursting Strength vs. Edge Crush Test Best Practices

    material used. An equivalent 44 ECT rated single wall carton will weigh on average 149 pounds per 1000 square feet of material used. The 44 ECT board will reduce the material used by 14.8%. Put differently, the proper ECT rated corrugated provides an equivalent level of strength, but uses less material.

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  • Standard Specication for Corrugated and Solid Fiberboard

    Standard Specication for Corrugated and Solid Fiberboard

    The corrugating medium for the water and water vapor-resistant, and water and water vapor-resistant/fire retardant classes of corrugated fiberboard shall weigh not less than 30 lb/1000 ft 2(146 g/m ), or as specified, when tested in accordance with 9.1.2.

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  • Heavy Duty 27544 ECT RSC Boxes

    Heavy Duty 27544 ECT RSC Boxes

    Sizes shown are the inside dimensions of the box in the following order: Length, Width and Height; Heavy-Duty Boxes are constructed from 275# (44 ECT) test RSC (Regular Slotted Carton) brown corrugated.

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  • Stafford Cutting Dies Inc

    Stafford Cutting Dies Inc

    If Thickness size is not available round size "DOWN" to next size. If Width size is not available round size "UP" to next size.

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  • Custom Corrugated Boxes 101 | Cardboard Box Sizes

    Custom Corrugated Boxes 101 | Cardboard Box Sizes

    The Edge Crush Test, which was developed in the 1990’s, measures the stacking strength of corrugated board – how much top to bottom pressure a box can withstand before crushing. Boxes conforming to the Edge Crush Test standard are identified as 32ECT, 44 ECT, etc. Again, the higher the number, the stronger the corrugated box.

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  • Welch Packaging Blog | Welch Packaging

    Welch Packaging Blog | Welch Packaging

    WP243 is designed to be a cost effective alternative to many traditional board grades like 275#, 55 ECT, and 44 ECT. A lightweight alternative to heavier single wall grades with better overall performance, WP243 also requires less space that traditional CB double wall …

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  • Box Materials  Custom Box Service

    Box Materials Custom Box Service

    We carry the following types of board in these weights: 44 ECT C-flute natural kraft; 44 ECT C-flute white one side; 275# C-flute natural kraft; We occasionally have 200# E-flute, 125# B-flute, and other assorted grades of material in stock (as demand dictates). Double …

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  • Custom Corrugated Packaging  PreferPack

    Custom Corrugated Packaging PreferPack

    Board Grades, Double Wall Corrugated: ECT Grades commonly available: 48 ECT, 51 ECT and 82 ECT; Mullen Grades commonly available: 200#, 275#, 350# and 500#. Board Grades, Triple Wall Corrugated: ECT Grades commonly available: 67 ECT, 80 ECT and 90 ECT. Mullen Grades commonly available: 700#, 900#, and 1100#.

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  • ECT vs Mullen  Conpac Group

    ECT vs Mullen Conpac Group

    ECT vs Mullen. For example compare a 275# single wall to an equivalent 44 ECT single wall corrugated board. On average, the 275# Burst Test rated single wall carton will weigh 175 pounds per 1000 square feet of material used. An equivalent 44 ECT rated single wall carton will weigh on average 149 pounds per 1000 square feet of material used.

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  • Does 200 board require Mullen instead of ECT? | askralph

    Does 200 board require Mullen instead of ECT? | askralph

    John asks, If I order 200# C flute board with a 40# medium can I properly perform an ECT test on the board or do I have to stick with the Mullen test? We are trying to achieve 44 ECT by ordering a 42 – 40 – 42 liner combination.

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  • All About Boxes  Argrov Box

    All About Boxes Argrov Box

    The 200# test box is rated to hold up to 65 lbs. of box and contents while the 275# box can hold up to 95 lbs. A 350# test box is rated to hold up to 120 lbs. of box and contents. The following chart shows Bursting Test and Edge Crush Test performance standards of corrugated box liners based on the combined weight of a box and its contents.

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  • Mullen vs ECT  Industrial Packaging

    Mullen vs ECT Industrial Packaging

    Unlike a Mullen certificate, an ECT one doesn’t mandate that the corrugated board have “minimum combined weight facings,” in other words, minimum basis weight (pounds per 1,000 sq. ft.). That allows the use of lighter-weight, less-costly board for ECT-graded boxes.

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  • Monster Packaging  Your metro Atlanta premier corrugated

    Monster Packaging Your metro Atlanta premier corrugated

    The closed box has several layers of combined board on each end, providing stacking strength and protection for long articles of small diameter which might be damaged, or damage the box, if pushed through the ends. Intersecting sheets of corrugated board create a Divider. Like Pads, Dividers are used to separate items within a box.

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  • All about corrugated board grades and tests  NStock Box

    All about corrugated board grades and tests NStock Box

    ECT (Edge Crush Test) measures the force the board can withstand by applying pressure to the board with the flutes vertically aligned. This simulates the board’s stacking strength and performance. Mullen testing measures the material’s Burst Strength, or ability to withstand forces at pressure points.

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  • Home page [www.cardboardboxes4u.com]

    Home page [www.cardboardboxes4u.com]

    Home page - English stocks a wide selection of popular boxes, shipping materials and more! Over 15,000 related products in stock.

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  • Predicting Box Compression Strength  Georgia Institute of

    Predicting Box Compression Strength Georgia Institute of

    RCT measures a combination of buckling and compression failure the former is a function of board caliper. 8 . ... Corrugated board, ECT basics and problems ECT test clamping fixtures (T 839) “Neck down” sample cutter (T 838) ... 12 Box 5 967 44 148 98.7 48 968.65 1.65 795.85

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  • Home page [www.cardboardboxes4u.com]

    Home page [www.cardboardboxes4u.com]

    Home page - English stocks a wide selection of popular boxes, shipping materials and more! Over 15,000 related products in stock.

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  • All about corrugated board grades and tests  NStock Box

    All about corrugated board grades and tests NStock Box

    ECT (Edge Crush Test) measures the force the board can withstand by applying pressure to the board with the flutes vertically aligned. This simulates the board’s stacking strength and performance. Mullen testing measures the material’s Burst Strength, or ability to withstand forces at pressure points.

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  • Box Basics  Boxmaster

    Box Basics Boxmaster

    Corrugated Box Construction. Double Wall construction, also known as heavy duty corrugation material is used for heavy or large objects. A Double wall consists of 2 layers of flutes, usually 1 layer of B and 1 layer of C. They are around 35% stronger than the regular single wall corrugation type. Boxmaster offers double wall cardboard boxes from 44ECT to 61 ECT.

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  • Packaging Matters: Edge Crush Test vs. Box Compression Test

    Packaging Matters: Edge Crush Test vs. Box Compression Test

    May 14, 2015 · Corrugated board consists of three combined layers of paper: a single face liner, medium, and double face liner. Just as there are multiple ways to slice up a pizza, there are also multiple combinations of paper that can equal a certain ECT value.

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  • Valuable Source About Corrugated Cardboard Types  Instabox

    Valuable Source About Corrugated Cardboard Types Instabox

    Cardboard Wall Construction. It is available in a wide range of board strengths, from 23 ECT right throough to 44 ECT. Generally, depending on what type of flute you have chosen, this type of wall structure is not the best choice for shipping heavy objects.

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  • Sheets

    Sheets

    Corrugated Sheets - White. White Corrugated Sheets are made of 200#/ECT-32 corrugated cardboard ( white on one side). White Sheets help the layer separations stand out and provide a clean, neat look. …

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  • Corrugated Board Grades Explained: Different Types of

    Corrugated Board Grades Explained: Different Types of

    Double wall board – A combination of two layers of corrugated material (potentially different flute sizes) to provide a material with extra strength. Duplex – a type of paperboard made up of two layers, the exterior is often coated which makes it more water-resistant, often used for paper cups and plates and in the pharmaceutical industry

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