Naylor

Plastic Packaging Tubes and Core Tubes

Description

Core Tubes

A full range of size specific core tubes can be manufactured from Polypropylene, HDPE, ABS and PVC.  Depending on the application the tubes can be manufactured to suit a variety of processing machine applications.  Customers have a variety of important criteria when purchasing cores such as critical ID, OD, wall thicknesses, strength, temperature ranges, holding methods, surface finish, material and lengths.

We have supplied many industries with cores such as manufacturers of:

  • Plastic Bags
  • Flexibles
  • Foils
  • Stretch Wrap
  • Carpet
  • Plastic Film
  • Labels/Printing
  • Turf
  • Silage Wrap
  • Industrial Plastics and Membranes
  • Tapes

Many cores are used and sold with the product although many are used within the manufacturing process and never leave the factory.  Our customers have found they last longer than card and can be kept and used in wet or hostile conditions.

Packing Latts

Plastic packing latts can be used especially when products are being manufactured in or for the food industry where a very hygienic environment is required.  These have been sold to bag, film and wrap manufacturers who have found the product to meet all of the required criteria.

Plastic Packaging Tubes and Carrying and Protection Tubes

Many plastic packaging applications suit bespoke tubes.  Support tubes help increase the strength of cartons and cardboard display bins providing a longer life span.  A variety of sizes can be used for the storage of flexible and rigid lengths of finished product.  Tubes can be supplied with caps or plugs to enable them to carry and protect products such as weld rods, drain rods, fishing rods as well as drawings, posters and documents.

All our plastic packaging tubes can be ordered to bespoke requirements in a wide variety of materials and colours.  Our vast collection of tooling gained over many years allows us to achieve a wide range of sizes without expensive new tooling having to be purchased.

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