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Qingdao K.Y.F Daily Necessities Co.,Ltd

Add:Beilongwan Industrial Park, Jimo, Qingdao city, Shandong

Contact us:Grace

Tel:86-532-88590166

Fax:86-532-88591275

Mobile:86-15969846639

E-mail:Grace@californ.cn

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Types of papers

Types of papers    

●Craft paper  Craft paper is a strong paper which is used for 25—50kg multi-wall 

sacks for powders, flour, sugar, fruits, and vegetables. It can be bleached white, 

printed or used unbleached (brown). It is usually used in several layers or plies 

to give the required strength. 

● Fine paper  Fine paper is made from woodchips and sawmills residues, which is a

by-product of the forest product industry. These materials are pulped and pressed 

into sheets to make fine paper. Fine paper is used as writing paper, photocopier 

paper and printer paper. Fine paper is good to use for these purposes because it 

has longer fibers and is brighter than other paper grades. 

● Vegetable parchment  Vegetable parchment is produced from sulphate pulp which is

passed through a bath of concentrated sulphuric acid to swell and partly dissolve 

the fibres, to make them plasticized. This closes the pores and fills voids in the 

fibre network to make the surface more intact than Kraft paper and 6  thus makes the

paper resistant to grease and oils and gives greater wet strength properties. It is 

used to pack butter, cheese and fresh fish or meat. 

● Greaseproof paper  Greaseproof paper is made from sulphite pulp in which the 

fibres are more thoroughly beaten to produce a closer structure. It is resistant to 

oils and fats, and although this property is lost when the paper becomes wet, it is 

widely used for wrapping fish, meat and dairy products. 

● Glassine  Glassine is similar to greaseproof paper, but is given additional 

calendaring to increase the density and produce a close-knit structure and a high 

gloss finish. It is more resistant to water when dry but loses the resistance once 

it becomes wet.

● Coated paper  Many papers are treated with wax by coating, dry waxing 

(in which wax penetrates the paper while hot) or wax sizing (in which the wax is 

added during the preparation of the pulp). Wax provides a moisture barrier and allows 

the paper to be heat sealed. However, a simple wax coating is easily damaged by folding 

or by abrasive foods, but this is overcomed by laminating the wax between layers of paper 

and/or polyethylene. Waxed papers are used for bread wrappers and inner liners for cereal 

cartons.