Honeycomb is a rugged, cost-effective, custom-engineered kraft paper material that has proven ideal for many uses, including packaging, pallets, dunnage, furniture inner structures and signage displays.
Honeycomb is made by joining individual bands of kraft paper together into a series of continuous hexagonal cells. In most cases, the cells are faced on both sides with similar materials to create what is, ounce for ounce, the strongest product known.
Honeycomb works on the I-beam principle. The facing of the panel acts as the flange of the I-beam and the core as its web. The flange carries the tension and the compression across the surface of the panel. The web holds the flanges together in proper order.