Paper and Cardboard


Cromo Card Board

This multi-coated cardboard with a blade top coat provides brilliant printability with substantial ink economy and a high degree of varnishability. The backside is grey. Normprint can be successfully used for many packaging applications.

   

SBS Card Board

Solid bleached sulfate, or SBS, board. Also known as box board, carton board, and cardboard, Paperboard containing recovered fiber is a multi-ply material, formed in layers of recovered fiber. Often grey in appearance, a white top layer made from recovered office paper is often used to provide a clean printing surface. It comes in many forms having various attributes. Common examples include chipboard

   

Bristol Paper

Bristol board (also referred to Bristol paper) is an uncoated, machine-finished paperboard. It is named after the city of Bristol in the southwest of England. Common sizes include 22.5″ × 28.5″ (572 × 724 mm) and its bulk thickness is .006 inches (0.15 mm) or higher and A4, A3, A2 and A1 Bristol board may be rated by the number of plies it contains or, in Europe, by its grammage of 220 to 250. It is normally white, but is also made in different colours.

   

Cellulose

Cellulose is mainly obtained from wood pulp and cotton. It is mainly used to produce paperboard and paper; to a smaller extent it is converted into a wide variety of derivative products such as cellophane and rayon. Converting cellulose from energy crops into biofuels such as cellulosic ethanol is under investigation as an alternative fuel source.