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Intercept Portable Hangers – Packaging Planes

Posted by Elaine Spitz on Feb 17, 2015 2:22:00 PM

All metals, rubber, paints, leather, and lesser plastics will corrode, especially in harsh environments, close to the ocean or in polluted climates, which are becoming more commonplace with many relatively-new industrialized nations spewing corrosive gases into the borderless atmosphere.

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Topics: Intercept Technology packaging, custom packaging, military

See Real Intercept Application Studies

Posted by Joe Spitz on Dec 19, 2014 12:04:00 PM

As a founding member of the worldwide trade association Intercept Technology Group, Liberty Packaging has a wealth of information to share when it comes to industrial packaging, corrosion, electrostatic discharge, insect inhibition, and shrink wrapping. Our Intercept group includes many talented people from varied industrial backgrounds, all willing to share and contribute to help companies from all across the globe solve problems, increase their product reliability, decrease costs, and hence improve your company's profits or help meet difficult budgets.

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Topics: barrier packaging, industrial packaging, military, auto parts

New Intercept Industrial Slide Zipper Pouch for Corrosion Protection

Posted by Elaine Spitz on Aug 9, 2012 10:10:00 AM

New Product Release

Introducing Intercept Industrial Slide Zipper Pouch for Corrosion Protection

Convenience in barrier packaging is uncomplicated with the new Intercept Industrial Slide Zipper Pouches.  Designed to handle the harsh salt-air conditions for parts storage on oil derricks, this heavy duty barrier Intercept protection can protect materials such as all metals, electronics, fabrics, rubbers, and even other plastics, from degradation due to the corrosive air.

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Topics: export, anti-corrosion, packaging, military

Packaging Mil Spec Clarification

Posted by Joe Spitz on May 19, 2011 5:42:00 AM

The US Military has packaging specifications to which companies packing products for military use, if so designated in their contract, should adhere.  The central document is the MIL-STD-20731E Standard Practice for Military Packaging.  This 183 page document has a great deal of information for contractors to follow, including definitions such as what is reusable, what is consumable, how to prepare the product for packaging, marking, etc.  The 2073 document also includes the methods on how to package.  For instance, Method 41 – “Watervaporproof bag, heat sealed. The item, preserved, wrapped, and cushioned as required in 5.2.3.6, shall be enclosed in a close fitting heat sealed bag conforming to MIL-DTL-117, Type I, Class E, Style 1, 2 or 3; or Type I, Class F, Style 1; or Type II, Class E, Style 1. (Note: For electrostatic protection refer to 5.2.4.1.)”. 

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Topics: how to reduce packaging waste, good packaging matters, military, protective packaging



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