This bubble wrap section has a number of solutions to help protect your goods from damage caused during transportation or in storage. Below are a few frequently asked questions to help you decide which is most suitable for you.
1. What is bubble wrap?
Bubble wrap is used to protect fragile materials from shocks, rattles and breaks. It is made of polyethylene or polymer resins, with numerous air cushions which look like bubbles (hence the term 'bubble wrap').
2 What can I use bubble wrap for?
Bubble wrap can be used in a range of storage and packaging applications. It can be wrapped directly around the product or placed in empty spaces as a form of void-fill. It is commonly used during the packaging process to protect goods from postal or courier damage. It is can also be used when moving house or office to protect fragile or expensive items.
3. Do you have bubble wrap suitable for small scale packaging?
Yes. Sealed Air and the Signet's Own range both have bubble wrap suitable for smaller scale packaging and office use.
Sealed Air Handy Bubble is ideal for small size items and jobs around the office. Its high quality unique nylon barrier keeps the air cushions in tack during transit for optimum product protection.
Signet's Own Boxed Bubble is not only good for those smaller jobs, it is also fully recyclable. The sheets are also perforated so they can be easily pulled off and used when required and it comes in a tidy dispenser box.As both types of bubble wrap are a compact size, they are easily stored away when not in use.
4. What is the difference between "P10" and "P20"?
P10 and P20 refer to the individual bubble diameter on the roll or sheet.
P10 indicates that the bubble diameter is 10mm and P20 means that the bubble diameter is 20mm.
P10 bubble wrap is ideal light cushioning, surface protection and interleaving applications. P20 bubble wrap is more suited to larger, heavier objects and void fill applications.