The followings below will help you identify the best carton closing stapler and carton closing staples to staple the tops and bottoms of boxes.

 

Carton closing staples for top and bottom box closure come in two styles.

 

  • “Stick” or “Strip” – good for low and medium volume carton closing stapling applications.
  • Coil Staples – good for medium and high volume carton stapling applications.

 

Like most staples, carton closing staples have three important measurements that make up the overall dimensions of the staple:

 

  • Crown Width:

This is the wire along the top that connects the 2 legs. Common carton closing staple crown dimensions used to close the bottoms and tops of boxes include: 1-3/8″ wide crown (or “A” crown) and 1-1/4″ wide crown (or “C” crown).

 

  • Leg Length:

The two wires that come down from each end of the crown wire make up the legs of the staple. Common carton closing staple leg lengths used to close the bottoms and tops of boxes include: 1/2″, 5/8″, 3/4″, 7/8″, and 1-1/2″.

 

  • Wire Dimensions:

Fastener wire is either flat or round. Carton closing staples are made of flat wire that has two dimensions.

 

Tip! – The wider the crown and the thicker the staple wire, the more secure the fastener will be.

 

Which staple is the best staple for your particular carton closing application?

 

The guidelines stand pretty true for most top and bottom box stapling applications using a box with standard “C” flute corrugated board.

 

  • Single wall corrugated: 1/2″, 5/8″, and 3/4″ leg lengths
  • Double wall corrugated: 3/4″ and 7/8″ leg lengths
  • Triple wall corrugated: 7/8″ and 1-1/2″ leg lengths depending on the application

 

Apach offer a wide range of top quality Carton Closing Stapler products. When you need to securely close a box, corrugated container, carton or any commercial packaging for shipping, you can choice our Carton Closing Stapler product. A good Carton Stapler can ensure fast and secure lid closing well. Hope you would like Apach’s products.

 

 

Article Source: https://rvevans.wordpress.com/2016/01/13/new-to-carton-closing-stapling-heres-what-you-need-to-know-to-get-started/

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