Thursday, November 23, 2017
   
Amcraft Products

Since acquiring the Amcraft™ Company over a decade ago, we have been busy solving protective packaging problems that are unique to the optics industry.

Now there’s a way for you to reduce handling time and lower packaging costs with Tissue and Fabric Lined Optical Envelopes, Specialty Optical Envelopes, and Nonwoven Pouches.

Our miniature enclosures help reduce damage by cushioning your optical products while providing “hands free” packaging of optical components. Other benefits include:

· Eliminating plastic bags that can out-gas and cause damage to surfaces.

· Preventing the scratching of sensitive coatings & chipping of delicate edges.

· Drastically reduce time and labor costs.

· Provide a clean protective environment with a professional appearance.

· Full range of styles and sizes in stock for immediate shipments.

 



Tissue Lined K-1 

  • Low abrasion tissue lining prevents scratching of most coated optics

  • Neutral pH paper and adhesive laminate

  • Eliminates the time of hand wrapping

  • Safe long term storage

  • Easy unloading reduces handling & associated damage

  • Writable exterior surface allows for identification

   


Fabric Lined  K-4  

  • Anti-abrasion lining prevents scratching of most coated optics and provides cushioning protection

    • Eliminates the need for hand wrapping
    • Neutral pH paper and adhesive laminate
    • Safe long term storage
    • Clean room safe
    • Easy unloading reduces handling & associated damage
    • Writable exterior surface allows for identification

 

K-8  White felt pouch with flap

  • Very soft envelope made of a felt material provides additional cushioning
  • Available in sizes  1x1 to 7x7

   

Translucent Envelopes (also called vellum)

  • Chlorine Free-acid free
  • Made of 100% Alpha cellulose
  • Clean room safe
  • Some “see through” properties

 

For a complete list of the available sizes and prices see the Amcraft Brochure.

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