Paper products include paper-based products and paper-based preparations (also called paper-based preparations).
Paper products are in the form of a ribbon or a sheet and are made of vegetable fibres, sometimes with the addition of mineral, synthetic or animal fibres, often with the addition of fillers, dyes, sealants and others.
Cardboard packaging – convenient to use
Paper converters are paper products that have undergone further chemical treatment, e.g. coating, or mechanical treatment, e.g. punching, embossing, stitching, stitching, etc. cardboard packaging
Polish customary breakdown
In Poland, paper products are customarily divided:
tissue paper – up to 28 gsm
paper – 28-160 gsm
carton – 160-315 g/m²
cardboard – above 315 gsm
65-250 g/m² for tissue paper, for high absorbency materials only
In Poland, paper products are also divided into paper and cardboard:
according to the outdated Polish Standard PN-P-50007:1987, a paper product is paper up to 250 g/m², above it is cardboard,
according to the Polish Standard (irrevocable) PN-P-50000:1992, a paper product is paper up to 225 gsm, above it is cardboard,
According to the EU standard ISO 4046-1-4:2002, a paper product is paper if it is lightweight, heavyweight or cardboard,
Characteristics of the paper
Cardboard packaging why this is the case
Brystalline Thick (over 0,006 inch, i.e. 0,15 mm), rigid (150-300 gsm) drawing or drawing board, sold in sheets (classic format 22,5″×28,5″, i.e. 571,5×723,9 mm, close to the traditional Anglo-Saxon elephant format 23″×28″). Most often white, but also produced in colored versions.
Initially, it was produced in Bristol, England, and the city’s name, in a slightly modified version, became the term for this type of paper.
In Poland, in the retail trade it is most often available in sheets in A1 format (594×841 mm), in 160 and 250 g/m² weights, but also rolled up in rolls of 100 or 200 cm width and several dozen meters long.
Bristol is characterized by high abrasion resistance (pencil, ink, ink – using an eraser or knife).