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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Main features: the boxes requested, all formats combined, are intended for the preservation of documents of low or average heritage value and will be manufactured in a carton of grammage lower than 1200 gr / m
Some of these features include moisture resistance and wet strength, flat crush test, edge crush test, bending resistance, cushioning and shock absorption, burst strength, grammage, and tear resistance.
It would be more prudent to set limits in terms of the weight or grammage rather than the price as the rates fluctuate all the time."
"One increase there is Kopiko, from P6 to P7, but higher grammage from 25 to 30 grams.
The features of cigarette paper include air permeability, grammage, fibre type, visual appearance, and the like, and it is suitable for filtered as well as non-filtered cigarettes.
Grammage 10g to 370g Breadth 100mm to 3300mm Styles Flat or Point Application Advantages
The Committee decided to take samples on the grammage of paper in the next meeting and the mover shall withdraw the bill on condition of satisfaction.
The dependence of Braille dot diameter from paper grammage and thickness of a laminating film is presented in Figs.
One can generally assume, that the grammage of "linerless" labels is higher than that of self-adhesive labels, even if they both appear to have a similar feel.
To ensure consumers are properly informed, Lopez said the label will indicate sugar grammage content per pack like "This pack contains ____ gm sugar" or "_____gm per serving (200ml)."
The Nantes mill also addressed growing market demand for paper products in a wider grammage and trim range.
Nous avons egalement acquis une balance hautement sophistiquee avec meme, la mesure du grammage [beaucoup plus grand que].