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Coin Bank Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of coin bank manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top coin bank manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find coin bank companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture coin banks to your companies specifications. Then contact the coin bank companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of cardboard banks, coin can banks, or customized coin banks of every type, this is the resource for you.

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  • Nagel Paper: Tubes, Cores and Cans Since 1924

    Coin Bank Nagel Paper started in 1924, making it one of the oldest family owned converting operations in the country. Our engineers have a wide range of experience in manufacturing paper tubes, cores and coin banks at the highest quality. We house the most innovative and efficient tube winding equipment in our new 35,000 square foot facility. With millions of tubes and closures on-hand we are able to provide applications to various industries including textile, label, automotive and printing to name a few. Read more......

  • Cardboard Coin Sleeves- Explained

    Coin Bank Coin wraps are a necessity in many businesses, because they easily contain a specific amount of coins in each sleeve. These coin sleeves make it easier to transport money, and also take up less space than loose coins. Paper coin wraps are an alternative to larger coin banks, which are impractical for cash registers and other small storage spaces where space is limited. Each coin roll holds a specific amount of coins and money. Penny wraps hold 50 coins, nickel wraps hold 40, dime wraps hold 50 coins,...

  • Make Your Own Cardboard Coin Bank

    Cardboard coin banks act just like any other coin bank to hold coins and change in one easy-access place. While it is possible to purchase ready-made cardboard boxes online in a variety of shapes, making your own bank is just as easy and more fun. Making your own bank is a simple process, but it is best to use heavyweight cardboard, as lighter cardboard can bend and tear under the weight of a large amount of change. Follow these simple directions to make your own coin bank at home. Decorated...

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Coin Bank

Cardboard coin banks are a type of sealed paper tube or cylinder which are constructed with a slot in one end and are used to collect change and cash. A common use for cardboard coin banks is to gather donations for charities and non-profit causes by placing the coin banks at prominent locations within stores or at an event. Other uses include piggy banks, children’s savings banks and special funds savings containers.

Typically, coin banks are semi-strong and made using the same process as other tubes such as mailing tubes or shipping tubes using wood pulp and cardboard, adhesives and caps/plugs. The cardboard is cut into ribbons and then wrapped around a mandrel, typically using a strengthening adhesive of sorts and dried into the desired size of coin bank. The tubes are often covered in kraft paper, or another type of printed paper; the cardboard itself, or labels are able to be custom designed according to the use and purpose of the tube. Metal or plastic plugs or caps are used to seal the end of the tubes, and the top plug has a slot cut into it that is wide enough and long enough for change and paper money to be pushed through. Some tubes will have removable plugs while other tubes may have a more permanent seal at the ends, especially for tamper-proof purposes.

While coin collecting tubes are also often made of plastic, cardboard offers a highly versatile material for this purpose. The tubes are able to be pre-printed with labels and logos or designs, therefore allowing the tubes to have a potential dual purpose of collecting money and advertising for a cause or organization. The coin banks are not made too big, and typically have a diameter of about 3 inches with a height around 5 inches. Money, especially coins, can be very heavy, and the semi-strong cardboard walling can only hold so much weight. Therefore, the size is restricted to ensure the tube does not break. Some coin banks can be shipped flat with the plugs and assemble as and when needed. These are not likely to be the most durable tubes as the cardboard will be thinner, but can be useful for short term use. When tubes are no longer being used either because they have been damaged in some way, or because a permanently sealed tube has been opened, they are able to be recycled in the same manner as other cardboard items. The relatively low costs of manufacturing and labeling cardboard coin tubes make them an excellent solution for community, church or office charity drives.

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