Glossary of Container Styles
Sleeve with top and bottom stiffening flaps.
Half-Slotted Container with top stiffening flaps. Top flaps may be taped or stapled. Container shown is attached to 4-way entry pallet.
Half-Slotted Container. Shown on recessed wood skid.
Tri-Wall’s Modified Octagon, for shipping bulk materials, provides exceptional top-to-bottom compression strength. Shown attached to expendable pallet.
Sleeve with bottom flaps. Shown attached to -4way entry pallet.
Five-panel scored sheet with double flaps on top. Wood ends.
Five-panel scored sheet with side flap. Width of side flap is optional with a minimum of 4 inches. Wood Ends.
Full telescoping container using two three-panel scored sheets. Wood ends.
Five-panel scored and slotted sheet with integral fold-in ends.
Three-panel scored sheet.
Shallow, full telescoping two-piece container. Top and bottom sections are scored and slotted trays with integral fold-in ends.
V-Notch score makes bending extra-long scores easy and provides a neat, mitered appearance. It has been successfully used for applications such as containers used for metal tubes or rods.