(4) What are the three common methods of cushioning?
a. Floated item, floated package, and suspension mounting.
b. Floated item, floated package, and framing.
c. Floated container, floated package, and framing.
d. Bolting, framing, and strapping.
(5) When a load is applied to a cushioning material, it loses some of its original thickness. Upon removal of the load, the
difference between the thickness of the compressed material and the original thickness is know as:
a. Rate of recovery.
b. Compression set.
d. Liquid absorption capacity.
(6) What cushioning method used an interior container which in turn is floated in cushioning material?
a. Suspension mount.
b, Floated item.
d. Floated package.
(7) Function(s) of cushioning materials (is) (are)
a. Prevent abrasion.
b. Distribute forces.
c. Protect fragile items.
d. All of the above.
(8) How are items grouped according to their shock resistance?
a. Cushioned, blocked, or braced.
b. Rugged, semifragile, or fragile.
c. Floated, framed, or mounted.
d. Suspended, floated, or compressed.