TitanStrongBox™ - Lined
TitanStrongBoxes offer the strength of plywood without the weight, cost or shipping expense of a wooden crate.
Our TitanStrongBoxes are carefully engineered to combine absolutely the best components available anywhere, utilizing the strongest grades of corrugated sheets and the highest quality foam. Every box comes with three layers of foam protection in a strong, humidity-resistant corrugated container.
Lined TitanStrongBoxes are fortified with hard ABS Puncture Guard liners, which are affixed to the inside of the box’s top and bottom panels. Testing shows these liners provide the pack with the puncture resistance of 3/8” plywood, ensuring extra safety for the shipping of valuable artwork.
The foam protection includes one perforated layer sandwiched between two layers of convoluted (egg carton) foam. You can easily customize the middle layer by centering your framed art on top of the middle layer of foam and marking the four corners with a marker. Remove the artwork and tear out the perforated squares within the four marks. If the mark falls in the middle of a perforated square, take care to make the opening one square smaller rather than larger. This ensures that the framed artwork will be hugged in place on all four sides and snugly encased by the foam. Multiple layers provide superior shock absorption.
TitanStrongBoxes provide an inexpensive and reusable art shipping container suitable for land and air transport, with excellent damage survival qualities that can withstand the rigors of surface shipping and air courier handling.
TitanStrongBoxes are available in more than 30 sizes to accommodate a wide range of artworks and are manufactured with either 350lb or 500lb burst-test double-wall corrugated sheets, depending upon the size. The strength of each TitanStrongBox is certified by a Box Maker’s Certificate (BMC), which identifies the construction of the corrugated sheets, the tests it has passed, and its other protective capabilities.*
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*Corrugated strength is measured in two ways: burst test and ECT test. Burst test measures the force required to puncture a corrugated board, while ECT test measures stacking capability.