Tubes

Since the turn of the century tubes have been industrially manufactured on tube winding machines. In order to cope with the steadily increasing demand of spinning mills for small tubes, a different and faster production technique had to be developed. Paperboard was wound onto a wooden core on a rotating axle and the layers were glued together. KLUG-CONSERVATION tubes are made from ageing resistant, spiral-wound, natural white coloured paper plies.

made from conservation board
Archival storage tubes made from spiral-wound, natural white, ageing resistant conservation board. Board plies are glued with a quality tested lamination glue, pH-neutral and free of softening agents. Cutting to customer size on request, tubes available in various diameter sizes and can be cut to a max. length of 10 m. Tube inserts (joining segments) are also available to extend the lengths of 150/200 mm diameter tubes to a max. of 4200 mm.
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