Chipboard

the common term for a solid fiber paperboard. It has many variances in color, thickness and size. It is generally composed of mixed waste papers, and for the most part fully recyclable, making it and environmentally friendly partition option. An example of chipboard is the backing that you will find on most lined paper tablets


Corrugated

The common term for the materials used in shipping boxes and containers. It is typically made up of two liner sheets of kraft paper with a fluting layer in between.


Partition 

Cell Size

Air Cells

Chipboard / Fiber

 

Caliper

Consists of two sides which are assembled together to form a number of cells.  Each side consists of a number of pieces with a length, height, and cell size.  

Term which describes the measurement between the center of two slots.  It is a function of part size plus material thickness.  

Cells at the end of a partition that are not used to hold product. The main function of air cells is to provide a protective cushion between the product and the walls of the boxes.

The common term for a solid fiber paperboard. It has many variances in color, thickness and size. It is generally composed of mixed waste papers, and for the most part fully recyclable, making it and environmentally friendly partition option. An example of chipboard is the backing that you will find on most lined paper tablets

The thickness of the chipboard expressed in 1/1000 of an inch, written as a decimal.  For example, a board with a caliper thickness of .020 is 20 1/1000 of an inch thick, or "20 point".