Twin Sheet

Packline Twin SheetPackline is currently the only manufacturer offering a roof box in plastic and fiberglass. With the launch of NX series, we will expand the range further with a new option – Twin Sheet. Packline will then first in the world to deliver a Twin Sheet product of this size. This makes the NX-series not only a unique roof box, but to a completely unique concept.

Twin Sheet is a new production method using advanced technology can both vacuum forming and welding together two plastic discs into a single unit. This means that the material is extremely strong, without having to use more material.

Benefits

• Provides a more stable and safer box

• Because the strength is in the construction and not in the amount of material used, the box is extremely lightweight compared to what would be required to achieve the same qualities in a traditional plastic.

• The stability of the material makes it possible to design the box without having to take into account profiles, edges and the like which normally must be integrated into the box to make it as stable as possible. It has also made NX box has a unique design.

• Already in the design so the welder and molded mounting points and hardware into the box which means that even lock assembly, lift-off system and security become more integrated in the box, feeling and stability even in these will last much longer than a traditional plastic.

• Since both machines and tools of the latest technology, we also get a surface that is better than anything we’ve seen before. The process is so mild that box top will be as smooth as your car’s paint.

• The stability and strength that we receive from Twin Sheet makes the box more secure than a traditional roof box. The risk that the cargo should be able to come out of the box if a collision occurs is significantly reduced when we have reinforced roof box with “Safe Nose”.

What is Twin Sheet?

twin-sheet_smallThe best experience of what Twin Sheet really means you get by even try to run with a NX-box, to experience stability.

But to try to describe why the difference is so outstanding; Imagine that you are holding a plastic plate of 6 mm in hand. This will always be able to twist and bend. Do we have a couple of longitudinal profiles of the disc, it immediately becomes much more rigid in the direction profiles yesterday.
But if you imagine instead that the plastic plate still consists of 6 mm plastic, but that it consists of two 3 mm plates welded together hundreds of small dots all over the plate. In this way we get a strengthening of the profile multiplied and strength is not only in one direction as before, but in all directions.