Bundy Tube Packaging

Bundy tubes are vulnerable to direct exposure to sweat, water, heavy moisture, and ocean atmosphere, especially in southern and coastal areas, and in the ocean as well.

Bundy tubes with no plating or original copper plating can rust gradually when exposed to fresh water or heavy moisture. Direct touch with sweat or sea water, or exposure to ocean atmosphere fastens the rust speed and the tubes might turn to total steel scrap if not properly packaged.

The typical package of the Bundy tubes is firstly wrapped in bundles with plastic film inside to avoid any contact with atmosphere, sweat and water; then wrapped with woven strips to have further proof against water and atmosphere, and protect tubes from wearing and foreign contamination.

Bundy tubes cut to length in straight are shipped in a welded steel frame reinforced box. The box is made per the length of the tubes and a proper space for forklift is left at the bottom of the case for fast transport operations.

Generally the gross weight of each pack is no more than 3 metric ton.

Bundy tubes cut to length in flat coils are wrapped with plastic film, packed in carton boxes and shipped on pallets or in steel frame reinforced boxes if required.

Bundy tubes cut to length in spring coils are shipped in welded steel frame re-enforced box, or bundled on pallets.

Bundy tubes in bulk coils can be shipped on pallets, or to be indicated by the buyer. Each coil weighs approximately between 100kg and 300kg.