What is the best packing method for closed-cell rubber sponge sheet?

What is the best packing method for closed-cell rubber sponge sheet?

Closed-cell rubber sponge, such as Chloroprene Rubber Sponge or Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomers (EPDM) sponge consist of innumerable sealed gas-filled cells. The cells are vulnerable to heavy pressure and creases. In order to reduce creases being caused in packing, the recommended method for sponge sheet is s to be laid flat inside a crate to keep them secured.

A Standard wooden cate can load 800mm thick foam materials in total. Take 2.0mm foam laminate as an example, 400 sheets can be loaded. A standard crate with 51”x83” foam materials is 4 Cubic Meters (CBM) and a standard crate with 51”x130” foam materials is about 5.4 Cubic Meters (CBM). The actual size and the gross weight varies based on the actual quantity to be shipped.

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