Originally Posted by Fat Freddy
What is the difference between "core" plugs and "pad" plugs? And does either work like foil coming out of the box except perforated?
The core plug (see attached pic) is a piece of black plastic that goes into the cardboard core of the roll. It has a 1" diameter hole in the middle for using with our dispenser, or any 1" dowel/rod/etc. This makes it roll easily for dispensing.
The pad plugs (in pic of original thread here - the 2 white pieces at the ends of the box) are used for holding a roll suspended in a box so that it dispenses easily from the box itself. Foil rolls typically have pad plugs in the box.
Hope that answers it?
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