Wiley Encyclopedia of Packaging Technology, 3rd Edition

  • Kit L. Yam
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  • ISBN-10: 1444350102
  • ISBN-13: 9781444350104
  • DDC: 688.803
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1353 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2009 | Published/Released April 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2009

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Overview

From A to Z, The Wiley Encyclopedia of Packaging Technology, Third Edition covers all aspects of packaging technologies essential to the food and pharmaceutical industries, among others. This edition has been thoroughly updated and expanded to include important innovations and changes in materials, processes, and technologies that have occurred over the past decade. It is an invaluable resource for packaging technologists, scientists and engineers, students and educators, packaging material suppliers, packaging converters, packaging machinery manufacturers, processors, retailers, and regulatory agencies. New Content includes - Advanced packaging materials such as antimicrobial materials, biobased materials, nanocomposite materials, ceramic coated films, and perforated films; Advanced packaging technologies such as active and intelligent packaging, radio frequency identification (RFID), controlled release packaging, smart blending, nanotechnology, biosensor technology, and package integrity inspection; Contributions from experts in all important aspects of packaging; and Extensive cross referencing and easy to access information on all subjects.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contributors.
Preface.
1: Acrylic Plastics.
2: Active Packaging.
3: Adhesive Applicators.
4: Adhesives.
5: Adhesives, Extrudable.
6: Aerosol Containers.
7: Air Conveying.
8: Ampuls and Vials, Glass.
9: Analytical Methods for Food Packaging and Shelf Life Studies.
10: Anti-Counterfeiting Packaging.
11: Anti-Fog Coating.
12: Antimicrobial Packaging.
13: Applications of Predictive Microbiology to Food Packaging.
14: Aroma Barrier Testing.
15: Bag-in-Box, Dry Product.
16: Bag-in-Box, Liquid Product.
17: Bagmaking Machinery.
18: Bags, Bulk, Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers.
19: Bags, Multiwall.
20: Bags, Plastic.
21: Bands, Shrink.
22: Barrels.
23: Barrier and Overprint Coatings.
24: Barrier Polymers.
25: Biobased Materials.
26: Biofilm Development on Packaging Materials.
27: Biosensor Technology for Food Packaging Applications.
28: Blow Molding.
29: Bottle Design, Plastic.
30: Boxes, Corrugated.
31: Boxes, Rigid, Paperboard.
32: Boxes, Rigid, Plastic.
33: Boxes, Solid-Fiber.
34: Boxes, Wood.
35: Bulk Packaging.
36: Can Seamers.
37: Can, Composite, Self-Manufactured.
38: Canning, Food.
39: Cans, Aluminum.
40: Cans, Composite.
41: Cans, Corrosion.
42: Cans, Plastic.
43: Cans, Steel.
44: Capping Machinery.
45: Carbonated Beverage Packaging.
46: Career Development, Packaging.
47: Carriers, Beverage.
48: Cartoning Machinery, Top-Load.
49: Cartons, Folding.
50: Cartons, Gabletop.
51: Case Loading.
52: Cast, Polypropylene.
53: Cellophane.
54: Changeover of Packaging Lines.
55: Checkweighers.
56: Child-Resistant Packaging.
57: Closures, Bottle and Jar.
58: Closures, Bread Bag.
59: Coating Equipment.
60: Code, Bar.
61: Coextrusion for Semirigid Packaging.
62: Coextrusion Machinery, Flat.
63: Coextrusion Machinery, Tubular.
64: Coextrusions for Flexible Packaging.
65: Colorants.
66: Compression Molding.
67: Computer Applications: Pallet Patterns.
68: Consulting.
69: Consumer Research.
70: Container Integrity Regulation, USA.
71: Controlled Release Packaging.
72: Conveying.
73: Corrugated Plastic.
74: Date Coding and Marking.
75: Decorating: In-Mold Labeling.
76: Diagnostic Sensors in Packaging and in Shelf-Life Studies.
77: Distribution Hazard Measurement.
78: Drums, Fiber.
79: Drums, Plastic.
80: Drums/Pails, Steel.
81: Economics of Packaging.
82: Electrostatic Discharge Protective Packaging.
83: Environmental Regulations, North America.
84: Environmental Impact of Packaging.
85: Environmental Management System.
86: Environmental Regulations, International.
87: Estimation of Shelf Lives of Oxygen Sensitive Packaged Products.
88: Ethylene–Vinyl Alcohol Copolymers.
89: European Packaging Legislation.
90: Export Packaging.
91: Extrusion.
92: Extrusion Coating.
93: Filling Machinery, by Count.
94: Filling Machinery, Liquid, Carbonated.
95: Filling Machinery, Liquid, Still.
96: Film, Ceramic Coated.
97: Film, Edible.
98: Film, Flexible PVC.
99: Film, Fluoropolymer.
100: Film, High-Density Polyethylene.
101: Film, Oriented Polyester.
102: Film, Oriented Polypropylene.
103: Film, Perforated.
104: Film, Plastic.
105: Film, Rigid PVC.
106: Film, Shrink.
107: Film, Stretch.
108: Film, Transparent Glass on Plastic Food-Packaging Materials.
109: Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers.
110: Foam, Extruded Polystyrene.
111: Foam Plastics.
112: Foil, Aluminum.
113: Food Package Development.
114: Food Packaging for Space Missions.
115: Forensic Packaging.
116: Form/Fill/Seal, Horizontal.
117: Form/Fill/Seal, Vertical.
118: Gas Barrier Properties: Effects of Small Leaks.
119: Gas Permeation of Packaging Materials.
120: Glass Bottle Design and Performance.
121: Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points.
122: High-Voltage Leak Detection (HVLD) Technique for Hermetically Sealed Packages.
123: Hot-Fill Technology.
124: Indicating Devices.
125: Injection Molding for Packaging Applications.
126: Inks.
127: Intelligent Inks in Packaging.
128: Intelligent Packaging.
129: International Standards.
130: Ionomers.
131: Japanese Packaging.
132: Labels and Labeling Machinery.
133: Laws and Regulations, United States.
134: Leak Testing.
135: Life-Cycle Assessment.
136: Light Protection from Packaging.
137: Lipid Oxidation: Chemical Stabilization.
138: Liquid-Crystalline Polymers, Thermotropic.
139: Logistical/Distribution Packaging.
140: Machine Direction Orientation.
141: Managing the Packaging Function.
142: Marine Environment and Export Packaging.
143: Materials Handling.
144: Medical Device Packaging.
145: Metal Cans, Fabrication.
146: Metallizing, Vacuum.
147: Metrication in Packaging.
148: Microwavable Packaging and Dual-Ovenable Materials.
149: Microwaveable Foods Packaging.
150: Migration from Food Contact Materials.
151: Military Food Packaging.
152: Military Packaging.
153: Modified Atmosphere Packaging.
154: Modified Atmosphere Packaging Market, Europe.
155: Molecular Weight of Packaging Polymers.
156: Multilayer Flexible Packaging.
157: Nanocomposite Packaging Materials.
158: Nanotechnology and Packaging.
159: Netting, Plastic.
160: Nitrile Polymers.
161: Nonwovens.
162: Nutrition Labeling.
163: Nylon.
164: Off-Odors Packaging.
165: Oxygen Scavengers.
166: Package-Integrity in Sterile Disposable Healthcare Products.
167: Packaging Design and Development.
168: Packaging Design System for Fresh Produce.
169: Packaging Functions and Environments.
170: Packaging in China.
171: Packaging in India.
172: Packaging in the European Union.
173: Packaging Line Performance.
174: Packaging of Food.
175: Packaging of Food for High Pressure Treatments.
176: Palletizing.
177: Pallets, Plastic.
178: Paper.
179: Paper, Synthetic.
180: Paperboard.
181: Patent Law Primer for the Packaging Industry.
182: Permeation of Aromas and Solvents Through Polymeric Packaging Materials.
183: Pharmaceutical Packaging.
184: Point of Purchase Packaging.
185: Poly(Vinyl Chloride).
186: Poly(Lactic Acid).
187: Polycarbonate.
188: Polyesters, Thermoplastic.
189: Polyethylene, High-Density.
190: Polyethylene, Linear and Very Low-Density.
191: Polyethylene, Low-Density.
192: Polymer Properties.
193: Polymeric Oxygen Scavenging Systems.