Regular_Slotted_Container___R_S_C

Regular Slotted Container – R S C

Regular_Slotted_Container R_S_C

 

The Regular Slotted Container (RSC) is the most common box style used for shipping and storage. The two outer flaps of an RSC box meet at the center of the box when folded and are usually closed using tape, or staples. Where the product requires additional protection over the top or bottom, corrugated pads can be placed between the inside flaps.

Regular Slotted Container with Variable Flaps - RSCVF

Regular Slotted Container with Variable Flaps - RSCVF

 

The Regular Slotted Container with Variable Flaps (RSCVF) style of box is similar to the R S C box, except the outer flaps overlap by an inch or more. The RSCVF style of box is used when the length of the box is considerably greater than the width and results in an excessively long distance between the end flaps. This makes it desirable to overlap the outer flaps to prevent them from spreading apart. The RSCVF box is usually closed with staples through the overlapping flaps, but can be glued or taped.

Regular Slotted Container with Variable Flaps -RSCVF