Boxes manufactured using corrugated paperboard are commonly referred to as corrugated boxes. Corrugated paperboard contains rows of paper columns that are commonly referred to as fluting. The fluting contains air pockets that acts as a cushion for any packaged products.
Fluting is combined with a paper liner layer to create corrugated paperboard. The combination of the fluting and liner layers makes corrugated board significantly stronger than ordinary cardboard.
Common types of corrugation are referred to as:
- Single Face Board
- Single Wall Board
- Double Wall Board
- Triple Wall Board