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Status:Closed    Asked:Apr 24, 2012 - 06:59 AM

When "elongated" is stated in protocols, what is the rule of thumb to determine whether a package is elongated ?

 
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An elongated package is defined as any packaged-product where the:
- Longest dimension is 900 mm (36 in) or greater AND
- Both of the package's other dimensions are each 20 percent or less of that of the longest
dimension


Source: A.J. Gruber - ISTA

 

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