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Fiber Tubes

Fiber tubes are very similar in structure to telescope tubes. Fiber Tubes are made up of paper canisters that utilize friction fit plastic plugs, metal end closures or paper caps. Fiber tubes are usually used for higher end packaging like candles, retail packaging, and bath and skin care product packaging or in some cases, for packaging promotional kits. Fiber tubes are not usually used for food packaging because of the materials used to produce them. The paper material used for fiber tubes is mostly recycled paper as this is a more cost-effective and more environmentally friendly way to package certain products. The width of the insides of fiber tubes usually range from ¼ inches to 5 inches wide, wall thickness from 0.40 to 0.120, and length up to 24 inches, and sometimes come with grade foil or grease proof liners. Read More…

Fiber Tubes Fiber tubes are very similar in structure to telescope tubes. Fiber Tubes are made up of paper canisters that utilize friction fit plastic plugs, metal end closures or paper caps. Fiber tubes are usually used for higher end packaging like candles, retail packaging, and bath and skin care product packaging or in some cases, for packaging promotional kits.
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Cleveland, OH  |  800-882-9002

As a member of the Member of the Independent Converters Association, we know our business and the business of cardboard tubes.

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Ace Paper Tube Corporation $$$

Greeneville, TN  |  423-638-1284

Valk Industries provides engineering and manufacturing services for cardboard tubes as well as custom thermoformed items like clamshells, blister packs, trays and filler material.

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Valk Industries, Inc. $$$

Belvidere, IL  |  815-547-1700

At Wes-Pac, we have made it our mission to ensure that our customers are having their needs and expectations met, and to turn first time customers into lifelong connections. We offer white tubes, kraft tubes, Snap-Loc tubes, telescopic tubes, and more. All of our tubes are 100% recyclable. For more information on how we may be of service, get in touch with our customer service representatives today!

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Wes-Pac Inc. $$$

Beloit, WI  |  800-393-7917

Western Container partners with the world`s top spiral tube equipment designers & paperboard manufacturers, to bring our customers the very best paper tubing and precision cores.

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Western Container Corp. $$$

Chicago, IL  |  312-243-6050

Chicago Mailing Tube is a premier manufacturer of custom paper tubes, containers, and cores, providing products that are both high quality and economical.

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Chicago Mailing Tube $$$

Dallas, TX  |  800-422-5108

Here at Paper Tubes and Sales we are a proven manufacturer of high quality cardboard tubes. These products are ideal for a multitude of industries and our teams are available to assist you with determining the best paper tube for your application.

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Paper Tubes & Sales $$$

Milwaukee, WI  |  414-988-7141

For quality, 100% recyclable cardboard tubes, look no further than Heartland Products. Based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, we serve customers throughout the United States with the highest quality products.

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Heartland Products Group LLC $$$
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These tubes can come in either two piece or three piece designs. In the two-piece design, the outer tube (usually a little wider in diameter) serves as the cap and the inner tube (usually smaller in diameter than the outer tube) serves as the container holding the items. There are also a few options with regards to the sealing of this item.

The first is to seal the ends with seamed on metal, or utilize curl and disc paper ends as closures. The three piece tubes come with dual wall construction with both the inner and outer tubes having the same diameter. The ends of these tubes can also be closed off using seamed on metal ends or curl and disc paper ends. Fiber tubes vary because they are not usually spiral wound like other paper tubes. These cans however are very lightweight and more durable than regular paper tubes. Customers who require specific designs on their fiber tubes will have to notify the manufacturer so the designs can be imprinted on the tube itself. Because it is not spirally wound, the label or design for the specific customer cannot be added after the fiber tube has been produced. Fiber tubes cannot be used for large scale or industrial scale purposes because they are not strong enough to handle heavy materials.

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