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ECOAIR FOLD PACK

  • The ECOAIR FOLD PACK system is available in many different configurations, including rectangular as well as triangular shapes.
  • It protects cargo using no foam or void fill materials thereby reducing solid waste stream additions.
  • It is composed of 98% corrugated paperboard that is easily recycled using current recycling methods, in addition to being easily re-useable.
  • The Utility Patent principle of this invention is the elimination of the exterior carton by having extra flaps attached to the internal packaging before packaging the cargo.
  • This invention can be licensed from us and used to improve almost any existing packaging system.
LINE DRAWINGS
Line Drawing 1
Line Drawing 2
Line Drawing 3
Fold Pack Frame 1

1.   Insert the cargo into the plastic sleeve.

Fold Pack Frame 2

2.   Push each end of the sleeve through each of the 2 holes of the platform and pull tightly.  Wrap them around the edge of the platform and staple several times through plastic and cardboard.

The 4 yellow arrows above indicate the 4 "legs" (2 long and 2 short) of the platform which should be bent as shown to "raise" the platform.

Fold Pack Frame 3

3.   Roll up the other sections of the FOLD PACK to "enclose" the cargo platform, forming a triangular shape as shown above.

The yellow arrow points at 1 of the 2 shorter "legs" at each end of the cargo platform.  Please check that these 2 "legs" are bent correctly so that they stand at right angles to the cargo platform and hence "float" the cargo exactly in the middle of the whole package for maximum protection.

Fold Pack Frame 4

4.   Above shows the FOLD PACK bent into shape.  Fasten with tape at the 2 ends and sides if necessary.

 

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Last updated on 2nd June 2004.