SHEET PACKING

1   Formatted sheet blanks of up to 500 kg in weight are stacked on pallets provided with two layers of cardboard blanks. The stacked sheets are covered with the two layers of cardboard, fixed with PP tape and appended with a list of the given products. The pallet is then wrapped around with stretch film.

2  If the sheets are not formatted into blanks, they are wound up into rolls. These rolls are placed in an upright or horizontal position.
2.1   Upright packing (160 mm – 500 mm width)
The sheets are wound up into rolls. A paper identification label is inserted into the reel. Rolls of up to 700 kg in weight are placed in an upright position on 1,200 mm x 800 mm pallets provided with two layers of cardboard blanks. If the rolls are stored in more than two layers, the top layer is fixed with PP tape to prevent it from collapsing. The pallet is provided with a list of the given products and wrapped with PP tape, then it is wrapped around with stretch film.
2.2   Horizontal packing
The sheets are wound up into rolls. A paper identification label is inserted into the reel. Rolls of up to 500 kg in weight are stacked in a pyramid formation (4, 3, 2, 1) for each 10 pieces on 1,200 mm x 800 mm pallets provided with two layers of cardboard blanks. The bottom roll layer is secured against displacement by wooden blocks. The blocks are nailed to the pallet.