Terms used to describe the papermaking material in all stages, but usually referring to the wet pulp before it is fed onto the paper machine suction boxes devices situated under a part of the wire which withdraw water and air from the rapidly consolidating web, also used in felt cleaning etc.
Refers to the system used to describe and measure color a indicates redness, positive value, and greenness, a negative value a4a symbol for standard metric cut-size paper that is nominally 20 x 30 cm or exactly 2 10 x 297 mm used as the european (and other parts of the world) standard in place of 8 1/1 x 11 inches is an iso standard. Muslims invented a method to make a thicker sheet of paper this innovation helped transform papermaking from an art into a major industry the earliest use of water-powered mills in paper production, specifically the use of pulp mills for preparing the pulp for papermaking, dates back to samarkand in the 8th century. Glossary of papermaking terms abrasion resistance ability of paper product to withstand abrasion measured by determining degree and rate that a water used in the papermaking process, recycled to reduce the wastage of fresh water, and normally contains residual amounts of fibres and chemicals backs.
2) a term used by paper makers which indicates how readily a pulp content furnish parts with its water freeness is a measurement of the degree of refining and is inversely related to the ability of a pulp to loose water. Pulp produced from recovered paper to be used in papermaking recycling use of recovered waste paper and board by paper mills to produce paper and boards reed general name of various perennial plants eg common reed, reed canary grass, giant reed potential feedstock for pulping and papermaking. Read the full-text online edition of an encyclopedia of the book: terms used in paper-making, printing, bookbinding and publishing (1960) an encyclopedia of the book: terms used in paper-making, printing, bookbinding and publishing.
The term used in papermaking for aluminium sulphate its action on rosin size is to precipitate the size upon the fibres giving them a degree of water repellency.
Water used in the papermaking process, recycled to reduce the wastage of fresh water, and normally contains residual amounts of fibres and chemicals backs the waste paper stock used to make the bottom ply of a sheet of board baffle a device which obstructs the flow of fluid, whether to aid mixing or restrict the flow rate. Glossary of papermaking terms compiled for penicuik historical society: papermaking tercentenary project 2009 2 word / term definition a acid free paper free from any acid content alum aluminium sulphate, added to gelatine in the sizing of paper to stabilize the gelatine.
The art, science, and technology of papermaking addresses the methods, equipment, and materials used to make paper and cardboard, these being used widely for printing, writing, and packaging, among many other purposes and useful products. Common finish terms include wove, vellum, antique, eggshell, extra bulk or english finish 1) to finish paper is a term used to describe the converting operations in a paper making or printing plant, to prepare the product in a form suitable for the next customer.
Glossary of papermaking terms compiled for penicuik historical society: papermaking tercentenary project 2009 5 h hand made the original method by which paper was made the sheet is formed by dipping a mould into the pulp vat and taking up sufficient ‘stuff’ to form a sheet of paper of the required substances. A term used to describe paper that has been seasoned so that the moisture content is the same as the air surrounding it stacker device attached to delivery conveyor to collate, compress and bundle signatures. The terms applied to the standard type of paper machine which was produced by fourdrinier about 1800 freeness the rate of water drainage from a fibre/water mixture decreased by beating to produce a wet’ stock, ie drainage is slow furnish mixture of fibre and additives used in a particular paper, ie ingredients and their proportions.