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Lines for Production of Laminate Tubes, Laminate Pouches and Tube and Pouch Filling Automation

KOMBIS - Squeeze Tube Volume Calculator
Tube Volume Calculator

The form below accepts metric and imperial units. It assumes “mm” if no unit specified.
Example:
Metric Entry: 200, .2m, 20cm, 200.0mm, etc will be accepted as 200mm.
Imperial Entry: 0' 1" 3/4", 1-3/4in, 1" 3/4in, etc will be accepted as 1-3/4inch.


tube diagram Tube Body Length - b =
(min 2*d)The length of the tube enclosed volume which include the product and a small quantity of air or inert gas. It does not include the length/height of the plastic shoulder.
 
Seam Length - s =
(≈ 4÷10 mm)Tube seam length seaming the tube after filling. It is technologically required in order to close the package.
 
Trim (Scrap) Length - t =
(≈ 2÷8 mm)Tube scrap peace length that is trimmed after seaming the tube. It is technologically required for making a good looking seam.
 
The height of the air bubble enclosed in the tube, when the tube us downward. It is technologically required for making of non leaking seam.Air Layer Height - a =
(≈ 1mm÷5mm)
 
Cylindrical Shape Height - c =
(max h-2*d)The height of the air bubble enclosed in the tube, when the tube us downward. It is technologically required for making of non leaking seam.
 
Tube Diameter - d =
(≈ 5mm÷60mm)Outside diameter of the tube. It is usually slightly smaller than a rough number in order to prevent jamming in filling machine. This difference (0.1-0.3 mm) can be accounted for in the wall thickness.
 
Wall Thickness - w =
(≈ 0.4÷0.8 mm)The thickness of the foil used for the tube body.
 
Shoulder Wall Thickness - p =
(≈ 1 mm)The thickness of the plastic shoulder. It effects the product volume enclosed in the shoulder.
 
Shoulder Angle - angle =
(≈ 30°, 0÷89 Degree)The angel under which the plastic shoulder is made. It is the angle on which the shoulder surface is made regarding to a flat closing surface.
 
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