The hand box is designed to move a set of cards to the splash table. Each hand box shall be identified by an identification enabling it to be identified:
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The set of boxes consists of 16 boxes. In each set there are all dispensing combinations (4 possibilities), NS before or after the lot (2 possibilities) and EC before or after the lot (2 possibilities). print box
The cards in the hand box are stored in 4 13 card pockets. The cards are stored with the T-shirts facing up.
Before the first hand cards may be issued:
- distributed and played. It is only later that they reach the boxes;
- distributed by computer;
- as defined by the managing organisation of the event.
Boardboard – the thickest paper material (up to 4 mm thick [required footnote]). It is formed by sticking two to several layers of paper pulp together. It is made of thicker fibres of wood pulp, rags and waste paper. Some manufacturers also add fillers and chemical additives that increase resistance to loads, contact with water or freezing. It also produces cardboard coated with, among other things, food-quality film, which is suitable for contact with food. Cardboard is not used for writing but is suitable for both offset and flexographic printing. There are several grades of cardboard to be distinguished: white, brown (grey), technical, coated.
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The largest share of the Polish cardboard market is held by cardboard used for food packaging, in catering, confectionery and pizzerias. Such cardboard is not certified for use as a foodstuff. Production plants using this cardboard must undergo the process of product certification at the National Institute of Public Health, abbreviated as the National Institute of Hygiene.
It is distinguished by its solid and corrugated cardboard. Corrugated board is made up of two to seven layers of liners, with the middle layer (fluting) waved. This significantly increases the stiffness of the sheet. It is mainly used for the production of packaging (cartons). There are three most popular types of wave in three-layer cardboard:
Five- and seven-layer boards are made of a combination of the above types of waves (e.g. BC, EB, BCA, AAC, etc.).