I’m about to debunk a HUGE myth in the gusseted envelope world…so get ready for it.
When you see the product claim “expands up to 1 inch,” it doesn’t necessarily mean you have 1” capacity for materials. The top half of the envelope may hold an inch, but the bottom holds only half of that. This discrepancy means that it has ½” total capacity. Why buy twice the envelope, only to use half of it?
The only honest way to measure the total expansion of an envelope is by its total capacity, which is the amount that the entire envelope holds throughout its footprint.
I won’t dwell on the other failings of the gusseted construction at the moment. You don’t have the resources to waste on an archaic product. Am I right?
Conformer believes that great construction is the key to keeping your costs down, your environmental claims strong, while getting superior versatility. And our product claims deliver as promised.
by Sari McConnell email@example.com