A type of paper whose water resistant properties have been enhanced by using special additives during pulp or paper production process.It is used in compost sacks.
Water dissolving paper is produced by modifying the structure of the paper.This is realised before the pulp is formed into paper .Preferred for use in products that are mixed into the process with their packaging.
One or both sides glossed paper to achieve high quality printing.
A type of paper creped during production process.Regular kraft papers would have a 5% stretch versus crepe paper with 10% stretch.This type of paper is preferred where one requires a higher coefficient of friction.
Kraft paper is made from pine trees.Grammage is 70-90 grams/sqm. Colour is light brown.Can be whitened with a bleaching process.Is used in multiwall sack making.