How to Package

 Bundles: Bundles are the most common type of packaging for aluminum profiles. The profiles are tied together with steel straps or plastic wraps to create a compact and easy-to-handle package. The steps involved in bundling aluminum profiles include:
  • Laying the profiles in a row and aligning them with each other.
  • Tying the profiles together with steel straps or plastic wraps
  • Labeling the bundle with relevant information, such as the order number, customer name, and profile type.
  • Stacking the bundles on pallets, if necessary, and securing them with stretch wrap or strapping.
Wooden crates: Wooden crates provide extra protection for aluminum profiles during shipping and handling. The profiles are first bundled, then placed inside a wooden crate with a lid. The steps involved in packaging aluminum profiles in wooden crates include:
  • Bundling the profiles
  • Placing the bundle inside a wooden crate
  • Securing the bundle with wooden blocks or bracing to prevent movement during transport
  • Covering the crate with a lid and securing it with nails or screws
  • Labeling the crate with relevant information
Cartons:Small or fragile aluminum profiles can be packaged in cartons for added protection. The profiles are first wrapped in a protective material, such as bubble wrap or foam, then placed inside a cardboard or corrugated carton. The steps involved in packing aluminum profiles in cartons include:
  • Wrapping the profiles with a protective material
  • Placing the wrapped profiles inside a carton
  • Filling any gaps with packing materials, such as peanuts or foam
  • Taping the carton securely
  • Labeling the carton with relevant information
Custom packaging: Depending on the specific requirements of the customer or application, custom packaging may be necessary. This can involve creating specialized packaging, such as foam inserts or custom crates, or adding additional protective measures, such as moisture barriers.