Packaging your items correctly for distribution is one of the best ways your company can reduce the likelihood of stock loss and damage to your items. It’s important to invest in the latest technology where possible, as often these innovations offer superior protection.
No matter what you’re distributing, the material must be strong and durable in order to resist the vibrations and natural hazards that items come under during prolonged storage or shipping. We offer the latest technology in inflatable packaging to give you peace of mind when packaging your goods.
Fragile items need extra care when being packaged thanks to their delicate materials. Using inflatable bottle packaging is ideal for protecting these items that are prone to damage during transit. For products such as glass bottles electronics and toner cartridges, many of us know all too well the loss of stock suffered from poor packaging in the past.
AirPack technology uses multi-chamber design which assures users that if one chamber is burst, the rest of the material will stay intact and your products will not suffer damage.
Today sustainability is becoming more important, and for those who are looking to reduce their carbon footprint will be happy to know that AirPack packaging is 100% recyclable and reusable. Today, 83% of consumers worldwide say that it is important for businesses to make efforts towards sustainability. Another great benefit of AirPack inflatable packaging is that it protects your goods superiorly when compared with polystyrene or paper pulp, but only uses a fraction of the space.
AirPack’s inflatable packaging technology works by using a synthetic film that is placed round the product you need protecting, then inflated with an inflatable packaging machine. This is preferable to traditional inflatable packaging methods as the chambers mold completely around the item that is being protected.
The traditional air compressor used to fill AirPack’s packaging is extremely easy to operate and no specialist equipment is required. When filling the packaging, the air flows through one-way valves which is how the independent chambers are filled. A great benefit of AirPack is that they only take a few seconds to inflate, yet hold almost their full capacity of air for approximately two years.