PACKAGING

Introduction To Packaging Technology

30 Dec 2017
koushik

Packaging engineer

DEFINITION OF PACKAGING

Packaging is a process to deliver best protective and best-looking package to its consumer with compatible cost.

This is the shortest and coolest definition of this process, you can see many definitions with so much needless content at other places but this is so genuine.

In the world, there are three types of packaging process

a)    Primary

b)   Secondary

c)    Tertiary

Let’s discuss this points briefly

PRIMARY PACKAGING

                                       This a process where the packing material is directly in contact with the inner product to protect it.

In some case, they are not attached to each other which is not necessary for that case. The packing material should be welly treated to fight with the outer atmosphere and hazards for protecting the inner product.

SECONDARY PACKAGING

                                             This a packing process where it covers up the primary packaging to protect and give it a better look for the consumer. For some products, it is not necessary after the primary packaging.

TERTIARY PACKAGING

                                         This is a process where the packing protect the secondary and primary packaging respectively and gives the product an ultimate finishing look.

 

SPECIAL NOTES

The packaging should not be only for protection and best looks, it should also carry the quality to attract people towards it and need to make sure that people can easily identify the product’s details after watching the outer packaging. That why the packers are used to label the package with its name and details like manufacturing date, expiry date, storage condition and position, ingredient and etc.

Much more is going to come in this technology process……

@HAPPY NEW YEAR ALL@

 

                             

                                                                                                        

  • Share

Post Your Comment

Copyright © 2017-18, Cad180. All Rights Reserved