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Status:Closed    Asked:Nov 27, 2012 - 01:21 PM

Are there any standards for crush of strapping and compression from overhang

We have been asked if there are any standards covering measurement of the degree of crushing of a carton from strapping and differential compression in a stacking situation where the carton hangs our over the carton below

Any help greatly appreciated

 
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A commonly used factor for strength loss due to overhang is 30%.


If you get compression due to strapping force that is sufficient to cause perpendicular creasing of the container sidewall, expect another 25-30% reduction.

Source: Fibre Box Handbook, and 20+ years experience...

 

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