Voidfill Packaging

  • Bubblewrap - 500mm x 10 metres

    Bubblewrap - 500mm x 10 metres

    Small Bubble 500mm x 10 metres   Bubble wrap is probably the most recognisable of "traditional" plastic voidfill as it has been in use for many decades. Bubble wrap was originally invented in 1957 by Alfred Fielding and Marc Chavannes (who went on to set up Sealed Air Corporation) as a type of wallpaper. Unsurprisingly it didn't sell well as wallpaper! But it did sell as greenhouse insulation (which was a very forward-thinking, eco-friendly, sustainable thing to do in the 1960s!) Eventually it was realised that bubble wrap could be used as protective packaging, and it's current use as protective packaging was discovered. Key Features: A layer of barrier film reduces air escape for longer lasting protection and performance Lightweight, clean and flexible An economical, effective high performance solution   Suitable for both heavy and lightweight items on longer storage or journey cycles, interleaving, wrapping, cushioning and as a void-fill. This flexible tear-resistant plastic packaging with air-filled bubbles provides soft cushioning for tough protection  

    €9.99

  • White Packing Paper

    White Packing Paper

    Size: 500mm x 750mm Available in quantities of 50 sheets, 100 sheets or a full ream   Unprinted newsprint paper is ideal for wrapping glassware and ceramics Protect crockery, china, ornaments and general household breakables, Packing paper prevents chipping and scratching by direct contact. Packing paper can absorb shocks when goods are in transit. Packing Paper has to be the ultimate in recycled and eco-friendly packaging. It was invented in 1844 by John Fenerty in Canada as a low-cost but strong paper that newspaper printers could use. It is naturally not the "bright white" that you would see with, for example, office printing paper, as it is manufactured without any chemical processes ... which means it's eco-friendly.    And to make it even more eco-friendly ... during the printing of newspapers, the paper is cut down to "newspaper" size. Rather than being disposed of as waste, the offcuts are used as the Packing Paper that you are now considering buying!  

    €6.99 - €29.99

  • Bubblewrap - 500mm x 100M - 3 rolls

    Bubblewrap - 500mm x 100M

    Small Bubble 500mm x 100 metres   Bubble wrap is probably the most recognisable of "traditional" plastic voidfill as it has been in use for many decades. Bubble wrap was originally invented in 1957 by Alfred Fielding and Marc Chavannes (who went on to set up Sealed Air Corporation) as a type of wallpaper. Unsurprisingly it didn't sell well as wallpaper! But it did sell as greenhouse insulation (which was a very forward-thinking, eco-friendly, sustainable thing to do in the 1960s!) Eventually it was realised that bubble wrap could be used as protective packaging, and it's current use as protective packaging was discovered. Key Features: A layer of barrier film reduces air escape for longer lasting protection and performance Lightweight, clean and flexible An economical, effective high performance solution   Suitable for both heavy and lightweight items on longer storage or journey cycles, interleaving, wrapping, cushioning and as a void-fill. This flexible tear-resistant plastic packaging with air-filled bubbles provide soft cushioning for tough protection    

    €29.99

  • Bubblewrap - 500mm width x 20 metres

    Bubblewrap - 500mm width x 20 metres

      Small Bubble 500mm x 20 metres   Bubble wrap is probably the most recognisable of "traditional" plastic voidfill, as it has been in use for many decades. Bubble wrap was originally invented in 1957 by Alfred Fielding and Marc Chavannes (who went on to become the founders of Sealed Air Corporation) as a type of wallpaper. Unsurprisingly it didn't sell well as wallpaper! But it did sell as greenhouse insulation (which was a very forward-thinking, eco-friendly, sustainable thing to do in the 1960s!) Eventually it was realised that bubble wrap could be used as protective packaging, and it's current use as protective packaging was discovered.   Key Features: A layer of barrier film reduces air escape for longer lasting protection and performance Lightweight, clean and flexible An economical, effective high performance solution   Suitable for both heavy and lightweight items on longer storage or journey cycles, interleaving, wrapping, cushioning and as a void-fill. This flexible tear-resistant plastic packaging with air-filled bubbles provide soft cushioning for tough protection

    €16.99

  • Bubblewrap - 750mm x 100M - 1 roll

    Bubblewrap - 750mm x 100M

    Width: 750mm Length: 100 metres   Bubble wrap is probably the most recognisable of "traditional" plastic voidfill as it has been in use for many decades. Bubble wrap was originally invented in 1957 by Alfred Fielding and Marc Chavannes (who went on to set up Sealed Air Corporation) as a type of wallpaper. Unsurprisingly it didn't sell well as wallpaper! But it did sell as greenhouse insulation (which was a very forward-thinking, eco-friendly, sustainable thing to do in the 1960s!) Eventually it was realised that bubble wrap could be used as protective packaging, and it's current use as protective packaging was discovered. Key Features: A layer of barrier film reduces air escape for longer lasting protection and performance Lightweight, clean and flexible An economical, effective high performance solution   Suitable for both heavy and lightweight items on longer storage or journey cycles, interleaving, wrapping, cushioning and as a void-fill. This flexible tear-resistant plastic packaging with air-filled bubbles provide soft cushioning for tough protection  

    €39.99

  • Acid Free Tissue Paper

    Acid Free Tissue Paper

    Size: 500mm x 700mm Paper: 17gsm Machine Glazed Type: Unbuffered   Ideal for packaging, interleaving and general purpose protection. This Unbuffered Acid Free Tissue Paper will add extra protection to items that you need to store. Acid Free means that the tissue is free of acids that will cause it to deteriorate over time and damage the items that it touches. Unbuffered tissue lacks the buffering reserve to prevent future acidity. It is used with materials that are sensitive to a higher pH level. Unbuffered White Acid Free Tissue Paper can be used to protect: natural fibre clothing (eg: linen, cotton, wool, silk), textiles (eg quilts), heirloom clothing (eg wedding gowns/veils), leather, jewellery, sterling silver, and all collectibles. Acid Free Tissue is so called because if it is immersed and infused in water it yields a neutral pH (7). Paper that is made from wood-based pulp that has not had it's lignin content removed will be naturally slightly off-white (like Packing Paper) and will deteriorate over time. In the 1930s, William Barrow, who was a chemist as well as a librarian, reported on the deterioration of acidic papers in the libraries where he worked. Measures were taken to improve the quality of the papers used. Acid Free Tissue is treated with a mild base (usually calcium or magnesium bicarbonate) to neutralise the natural acids occurring in wood-pulp. This means that Acid Free Tissue Paper (or Alkaline Paper, as it can be known as) has an approximate life expectancy of approximately 500 years. This gives huge preservation benefits to whatever it is used or wrapped in.# Because there are fewer corrosive chemicals used in the making of Acid Free Tissue, the manufacture process is considered significantly more environmentally friendly ... waste water and paper by-products can be recycled, energy can be saved in the drying abnd refining process, and Acid Free Tissue can be easily recycled.

    €4.99 - €25.50

  • Bubblewrap - 1500mm x 100M

    Bubblewrap - 1500mm x 100M

    Width: 1500mm Length: 100 metres   Bubble wrap is probably the most recognisable of "traditional" plastic voidfill as it has been in use for many decades. Bubble wrap was originally invented in 1957 by Alfred Fielding and Marc Chavannes (who went on to set up Sealed Air Corporation) as a type of wallpaper. Unsurprisingly it didn't sell well as wallpaper! But it did sell as greenhouse insulation (which was a very forward-thinking, eco-friendly, sustainable thing to do in the 1960s!) Eventually it was realised that bubble wrap could be used as protective packaging, and it's current use as protective packaging was discovered. Key Features: A layer of barrier film reduces air escape for longer lasting protection and performance Lightweight, clean and flexible An economical, effective high performance solution   Suitable for both heavy and lightweight items on longer storage or journey cycles, interleaving, wrapping, cushioning and as a void-fill. This flexible tear-resistant plastic packaging with air-filled bubbles provide soft cushioning for tough protection

    €79.99

  • Sale -21% Shredded Cardboard 4kg

    Shredded Cardboard 4kg

      Quantity: 4kg Shred Size: 5mm flat strips Material Type: Mix of single-wall and double-wall cardboard Shredded cardboard packaging for protecting goods in boxes. Eco-friendly alternative to bubble wrap. This eco-friendly product is perfect for void-filling boxes, giving excellent cushioning Made from recycled cardboard, so may contain shredded logos/labels * Please note bottle in images shown as perspective guide only.

    €14.50€11.50

  • Corrugated Cardboard Roll 225mm x 10M

    Corrugated Cardboard Roll 225mm x 10M

    Single-faced cardboard 225mm x 10 metres   Key Features: Eco-Friendly alternative to plastic bubble wrap. Made from 100% thick single-faced corrugated cardboard. Lightweight design, but still offers great protection.   This brown corrugated cardboard provides excellent packing and wrapping capabilities. Corrugated cardboard is made from 100% recycled paper, with a liner on one side and fluted cardboard on the reverse, making it a perfect environmentally friendly choice. Ideal for wrapping items, as filling material for packaging, for interleaving and as a protective covering for painting or decorating purposes.  

    €9.99

  • Corrugated Cardboard Roll 225mm x 75M

    Corrugated Cardboard Roll 225mm x 75M

    Single-faced cardboard 225mm x 75 metres   Key Features: Eco-Friendly alternative to plastic bubble wrap. Made from 100% thick single-faced corrugated cardboard. Lightweight design, but still offers great protection.   This brown corrugated cardboard provides excellent packing and wrapping capabilities. Corrugated cardboard is made from 100% recycled paper, with a liner on one side and fluted cardboard on the reverse, making it a perfect environmentally friendly choice. Ideal for wrapping items, as filling material for packaging, for interleaving and as a protective covering for painting or decorating purposes.  

    €24.99

  • ActivaWrap VoidFill Paper

    ActivaWrap VoidFill Paper

    ActivaWrap   An innovative and sustainable paper bubble wrap alternative Easy-tear and self-clinging properties eliminates the need for sealing tape Extremely compact dispenser design means excellent space-saving advantages. Save up to 75% in storage space! 100% Biodegradable 100% Compostable 100% Recyclable. For best results, use with an ActivaWrap Dispenser This listing is for one roll of ActivaWrap paper   Expand this brown ActivaWrap 3D Wrapping Paper into a 3D structure by simply pulling the paper for a professional and secure finish. Used with this desktop dispenser for ease of use, this product is ideal for protecting fragile goods in transit as an alternative to the less environmentally friendly polythene bubble wrap.   This ActivaWrap is a truly a remarkably effective eco-friendly alternative to bubble wrap. With it's unique honeycomb design, it is self-securing for perfect presentation, with no tape or glue required. Ideal for smaller companies who have less storage space available for traditional bulky bubble wrap It's innovative design means a high level of protection to whatever it covers, with excellent shock protection for fragile items Extremely space-saving, one roll is equivalent to a full bale of 1500mm x 100 metre bubble wrap! Manufactured from brown 80gsm kraft paper, this paper is 100% Biodegradable, 100% Compostable and 100% Recyclable, making it an obvious eco-friendly addition to your packaging process.  

    €60.50

  • Sale -25% Silica Desiccant - 10g bags (500 per pack)

    Silica Desiccant - 10g bags (500 per pack)

    10g pouches - 500 per pack Silica Desiccant has the capacity to absorb excess moisture from the atmosphere without damaging other items. Moisture in the atmosphere and adverse weather conditions can cause transit damage to items should they not be packed well enough. Items that are particularly susceptable to aesthetic moisture damage include optical equipment, electrical goods and clothing, especially leather goods. The addition of a desiccant - such as this silica - to your packed goods can help maintain the high quality of your items, whether in transit for a short while, or placed in storage. Silica gel absorbs unwanted moisture from parcels before it has a chance to impact the goods within with rust, corrosion, or mould damage.   Our Silica Desiccant is supplied in a vacuum-packed clear bag. Do not open the individual white bags of silica - simply place them with the items you wish to protect. Do not eat this product - seek medical assistance if ingested

    €39.99€29.99

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