A2 enveloped definitions and a2 envelope sizes are both widely used to define and ship envelopes for home delivery, but they can have different effects on how much the contents of an envelope is delivered.
The A2 envelope size is typically defined by the thickness of the envelope, the width of the opening, and the size of the cover.
If you use the width and length of an opening as your reference, the envelope is typically made up of one or more thin, thin envelopes that meet at the top of the open flap.
Envelopes that are longer are usually made up by a double layer of thick envelopes, and envelopes with two or more thick envelopers are often made up from single envelopes.
The envelope is then wrapped around a sheet of paper with a small opening.
In the case of the double-layer envelopes the opening must be longer than the envelope to achieve the double layer.
The thin envelope is generally used to package small items like diapers or baby food and the double layered envelopes are usually used to deliver packages larger than the average home delivery package.
In most cases, a single A2-sized envelope can be used to encapsulate a single container of food or baby formula.
A2 Envelopment and Delivery Methods Enveloping for home Delivery The first type of envelope is usually the most versatile and common type of envelopment.
Enclosures that are made from two-ply fabric with a thin cover are known as two-layer.
These envelopes may contain only one or two layers of material, such as a fabric and a paper, so that the contents are spread evenly across the envelope.
Two-layer fabrics typically have a smaller opening than the other types of envelopes and may contain the same amount of fabric and paper in the two layers.
The opening on the front of the first envelope is smaller than the opening on a double-sided envelope, so the contents can be spread evenly.
The edges of the two- layer envelope are usually thicker than the edges of an A2 or standard A2.
Enclosed containers can be packed in two different ways, either through a double wall or a single wall.
A double-wall envelope has the opening at the bottom of the box and is made of a second layer of material.
This second layer can be thicker than that on the top layer and is sometimes called a ‘thicket.’
When a container is opened, the contents fall onto the second layer, forming a solid, flat surface that can be held firmly.
The thicket envelopes typically have the opening close to the edge of the container, but can have a thicker opening.
The second layer usually has a top edge, which is usually made of material that is thinner than the top edge of an open A2, and a bottom edge.
The thinner the opening of the top and bottom edges, the less likely the container will be crushed or damaged by a strong, forceful open.
Enclosure Size and Shape The next type of wrapping is usually a double layered envelope.
The double layer envelopes usually have a top opening and a top and a side opening.
A single-layer envelope has a front opening and an opening at either the top or bottom.
The top opening of a double or single-lined envelope has no edge and is typically thin and rounded, similar to a single layer envelope.
A two-line or three-line double-lined package can have the top opening near the top (one or two thick layers) or near the bottom (one thin layer) of the package, and two thin layers may be used for the top, bottom, or middle opening.
Double-lined packages typically have both an opening and bottom opening.
They can also have a single opening at both the top AND the bottom.
Double lining can be added to double- lined envelopes or to a double, triple, or quadruple-lined box.
Enclose size and shape may vary depending on whether the envelope was made in a double line or a triple line.
A Double-Line Box Enveloper In a double lined box, the top open edge of a box is usually at the same height as the top corner of the window, making it easy to open.
Double lined boxes usually have two or three openings at either end of the enveloper.
The bottom opening is usually thin and is usually small enough to fit the contents.
A box made from double lined envelopers can be made to look like a double box, such that the top opens at a different angle than the bottom and the box can be wrapped with a single thick sheet of material to prevent the top from being crushed.
The two thin edges of a triple-lined double-line box can make it look like two boxes are attached to each other, with one opening at one end and the other opening at another end.
A triple-line package can also be made by using three double- line boxes.