Vacuum packaging for the transportation of digital kiosks and billboards

Protection and security in the transportation and distribution of digital kiosks and billboards, are very important issues for PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS.


Frequently, PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS improves packaging methods so that kiosks arrive at their destination, in perfect condition.


Vacuum packaging has become one of the most effective ways of protecting kiosks and their components, especially from adverse weather conditions.


This method of packaging in vacuum-sealed, foil allows the equipment to be fully insulated and protected against airborne deterioration from sea areas, bacteria, humidity effects or extreme temperature changes.



The protection of kiosks are a priority for PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS!




The process of vacuum packaging goes through different phases:

  • Cover the entire kiosk with specific aluminum foil;
  • Triple and parallel welding, which makes the union of the aluminum film that guarantees the absence of leaks;
  • Aspiration of the indoor air and final sealing;
  • Film coating throughout the kiosk.
Vacuum packaging for the transportation of digital kiosks and billboards

Distance has never been a problem for PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS! In the acquisition of digital kiosks and billboards, PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS undertakes to deal with all the logistics related to the packaging and delivery of the kiosks.


Know the importance of flightcases, in the transportation and security of PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS kiosks.


PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS respects all Community standards and technical measures, which contribute to standardization and security in the transportation of kiosks worldwide.

SOME PHOTOS OF KIOSK'S VACUUM PACKAGING

Vacuum packaging for the transportation of digital kiosks and billboards
Vacuum packaging for the transportation of digital kiosks and billboards
Vacuum packaging for the transportation of digital kiosks and billboards

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