1) 1,500,000 each, 7" x 12", 4 mil, polyester clear over laminate film with permanent adhesive and 54# glassine
lay-flat liner (translucent) with three (3) kiss cuts in liner, perforation 1" from bottom, 1" x 12" hologram feature across top, as per the accompanying specifications; 2) 1,000,000 each, 1" x 10", 3 mil, polyester clear over laminate film with permanent adhesive and 75# glassine
lay-flat liner (no greater than 92#) (translucent) butt cut with 500 per roll on 3" core, as per the accompanying specifications; 3) 200,000 each, 4.
, Azure Laid and Chromo are all types of what?
Within the box the negatives were housed in a mixture of glassine
paper envelopes or brown paper envelopes.
In standard products, the backing is made of glassine
paper, and after the labeling process, it becomes garbage.
Meanwhile, the varnish coating of 207 Russian lacquerwares had moistened due to humidity in the storage room, resulting in stuck lids and difficulty in replacing the glassine
Glatfelter (NYSE:GLT) reported on Monday that it will complete a three-year targeted investment programme in 2017 at its Ober-Schmitten facility, to upgrade production capabilities and meet market requirements for the electrical and glassine
Cielo e Terra also participates in UPM Raflatac's RafCycle program, where the discarded glassine
backing paper from the label application process is collected and recycled into new paper at UPM Raflatac's specialist Plattling mill in Germany.
The opacity and gestural linearity of the transfers contrasts with the glassine
and translucent purity of the porcelain.
Based on Grade, the market is segregated into Solid Bleached Sulphate Board, White Lined Chipboard, Coated Unbleached Kraft Board, Folding Boxboard, Glassine
& Greaseproof and Label Paper.
The label faces are recyclable with plastic packaging, and the paper glassine
liners are recyclable through UPM Raflatac's RafCycle program.
Primarily release liners are made up from glassine
or super calendered kraft paper.
It is not, for example, uncommon for losses to occur due to the use of newspaper and other packing materials that react with the artwork instead of much safer options, such as glassine