A thick sheet produced by mechanically and chemically processing cellulose fibres derived from rags, grasses or other vegetable sources, draining the water through fine mesh leaving the fibre evenly distributed on the surface, followed by pressing and drying.
Fluting paper is the middle liner of corrugated board, which can be used individually as a type of protective packaging paper. Fluting provides protection by filling empty spaces in the outer case, providing a cushioning support for the primary product.
Kraft paper is paper produced from chemical pulp produced in the kraft process. Sack kraft paper, or just sack paper, is a porous kraft paper with high elasticity and high tear resistance, designed for packaging products with high demands for strength and durability.
A relatively inexpensive type of paper, generally made through a less-refined process than other types of paper, and is typically made from semi-bleached wood fibres. It is just as strong as kraft paper but has better printing qualities.
The term testliner refers to papers of different bursting strengths. Since some grades of testliner have lower burst factors due to containing high amounts of recycled fibres, the lower grades of testliner are often associated with recycled fibres.
A multi-layered paper having a high brightness and exceptional uniformity. It has a base layers made from wood pulp and a top fibrous layer made of unbleached wood fiber, filler and a binder to create a top fibrous layer of sufficient uniformity at moderate brightness.
A type of paper used for printing of decals in which a thin, water-absorbent tissue is laminated to a heavier stock. The decal design is printed face down on the tissue side, and the decal is commonly affixed to its ultimate substrate by means of water or a varnish.