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Signet’s bubble wrap for protective packaging

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Signet offers three types of bubble wrap to meet different packaging requirements in various industries.

Primarily used for protective packaging, bubble wrap finds application in various industrial environments to provide a cushion against damage for goods in transit. The cost-effective material is also a popular method of packaging goods for shipping.

Signet’s bubble wrap is supplied in three main profiles or sizes of 10mm, 20mm and 32mm, and is readily available in rolls, sheets or bubble bags.

The three types of bubble wrap available from Signet include traditional bubble wrap, environmentally friendly bubble wrap and anti static bubble wrap.

Traditional bubble wrap is a highly durable packaging material, providing cushioning against shock and vibration. The clear bubble wrap ensures transparency and easy identification of contents.

Also known as biodegradable bubble wrap, environmentally friendly bubble wrap meets the requirements of green companies and is made from recycled material. The cost effective bubble wrap minimises harm to the environment.

Anti static bubble wrap is designed to improve workplace safety by preventing static charge during handling and packaging of goods. This bubble wrap is especially ideal for transferring electrical equipment.

Signet also offers a Sealed Air Soft Cell option used for interleaving, surface protection and low impact cushioning. The Airlite perforated bubble wrap is another option offered by Signet for low volume users.

Competitively priced packaging tape and shipping cartons are also available from Signet along with the bubble wrap.

Signet is an Australian owned company specialising in a comprehensive range of packaging, safety and cleaning supplies in addition to warehouse consumables and equipment. 

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