grammage


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grammage

(ˈɡræmɪdʒ)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) the weight of paper expressed as grams per square metre
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2) Poster--printed on BLUEBACK PREMIUM SB (base grammage 135 g/[m.
In other initiatives on the environment front, the company launched the Brown Carton Box last year -- a revolutionary new packaging concept which significantly reduced the amount of corrugated carton used in terms of grammage and coverage.
Reducing grammage doesn't necessarily mean that you have to compromise on anything else.
Specification of the material tested Corrugated cardboard type 2BT BST Flat layer type-- white white obverse testliner testliner grammage [g/[m.
T 546 om-06 Machine direction grammage variation measurement (gravimetric method)
It may be mentioned that the low grammage poster paper has been produced for the first time in Pakistan by Century.
The strengths rise to approximately 80 grams linearly to the grammage.
The company has also come up with the Brown Carton Box -- a revolutionary new packaging concept, which significantly reduced the amount of corrugated carton used in terms of grammage and coverage.
For the growing print industry, Oce will demonstrate how to give applications such as transaction printing, book printing, technical drawings, posters & manuals a new dimension - with their incredible range of media, grammage and color.
Each strip has been characterized by Paprican's ISO-accredited testing laboratory for the following properties: grammage, caliper, burst, tear, tensile, Parker Print-Surf (PPS) roughness, Gurley air resistance, and optical characteristics.
The investigation was done on three samples of differnet grammage coated with glossy plastic by means of the described method under standard conditions.
The system can produce low grammage and high precision webs by the combination of a high performance pneumatic feeder and an air laid card machine.