In corrugated box lingo, the word “wall” refers to a layer or multiple layers composed of flat-liners and fluted-liners. One fluted liner between two flat liners equals “single-wall”. Two fluted liners in between three flat-liners equals “double-wall”. Three fluted liners between four flat-liners would equal “triple-wall”.
This is not a simple question to answer. There is a table showing weight limits for various corrugated “tests” (that means strengths) recommended by the US Postal Authority. However, a better answer depends upon many other factors such us fragility of your product, how high you will be stacking your products in your warehouse or your customers’ […]