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A corrugated paper plant is a manufacturing facility that produces corrugated paper and cardboard, which are commonly used for packaging and shipping products. Corrugated paper is made from a combination of paper liners and a wavy fluted layer that is sandwiched between the liners. The corrugated layer provides strength and protects the contents of the package during transit.
The process of making corrugated paper involves several steps, including paper making, corrugation, and cutting to the desired size and shape. The plant may also include finishing operations such as printing, die-cutting, and gluing to produce finished boxes.
The ideal breathers for a corrugated paper plant are the D-series.