1. Kraft Liner Board (KLB)
Linerboard made of virgin pulp is called kraftliner, whereas recycled linerboard is known as testliner. The corrugating medium may be recycled medium, called wellenstoff in Europe, or virgin, which is called semichemical medium for the type of pulp used in its production.
2. Recycled Corrugated Medium
Corrugated is a highly useful, cost-efficient, versatile packaging material that is used to ship just about every product under the sun, all around the world.
3. Fluting (Standard Semi-Chemical/NSSC)
Fluted paper is the middle liner of corrugated board, which can be supplied individually as a type of protective packaging. It provides protection by filling empty spaces in the outer case and providing a cushioning effect for the primary product.
4. Brown Test Liner
Testliner is a 2-ply paper, which is produced out of 100 % recycled fibres. The top side is brown coloured, the bottom side is grey or grey-brown. If the bursting strength and the stiffness are not important, Testliner is an inexpensive alternative to primary fibre product Kraftliner.
5. Sack Kraft (Standard/Semi-Extensible/Extensible)
A paper sack is a packaging made of paper high quality and weight, usually kraft virgin fiber, which is normally used for transporting powder materials, such as flour, cement, animal feed, etc. Multi-wall paper bags usually have several layers of heavy duty kraft paper, sometimes with a highly printed paper on the outside. Plastic films and coated papers are sometimes used as inner layers to provide a moisture barrier, and resistance to rodents and insects.
6. White Top Testliner (Coated & Uncoated)
White Top Testliner is a 2-ply paper. The top side is either produced of fresh fibres or recycled fibres (bleached), the bottom side (brown or grey) consists of waste paper for 100 %. It mainly use for Packaging production and printing, tubes & cores, cover and intermediate layer paper, for coating & laminating
7. White Top Kraft Liner (Coated & Uncoated)
White top kraftliner is a two-ply product. Top ply consists of pure bleached hardwood kraft fibers and the base ply is made of unbleached softwood kraft fibers. This grade offers excellent printability characteristics.
8. Mottled Kraft Liner board
Kraftliner Mottled is characterised by the random distribution of its white fibres and an aesthetic appeal. Thanks to the high burst and SCT values sophisticated kraftliner end-use applications are feasible. Kraftliner Mottled offers a bright surface, excellent runnability on the corrugators as well as good printability.
9. Mottled White Top Testliner/Kraft Liner
High quality printing Industrial packaging Agricultural applications Consumer durables Electronics Food & drink
11. MG Kraft paper bleached/unbleached
Pure Machine Glazed (MG) Semi Bleached Kraft Paper is produced from 100% semi bleached virgin fibres. It is a high quality pure MG Semi Bleached Kraft in ribbed or plain.
12. MG Kraft paper brown ribbed/colored
The paper is made in two versions: plain or ribbed, in natural or yellow colour, in reels or sheets. made from virgin fibers, direct contact with food allowed, wet strength, yellow colour.These papers may be used for gumming, PE coating, laminating and masking
13. MG Kraft (Bleached & Unbleached)
This is basically a paper that is produced by the help of Kraft processing by means of chemical pulps. it is slightly darker compared to the wooden pulp.
14. Shrenz paper
Schrenz is another liner, used mostly for the inner layer of a triple-layered box or a five-layer box for the middle and inner layer. Considering the fact that this paper is made without the addition of starch, color or glue, which is the case with Testliner, this paper has lower technical characteristics than Testliner.
15. Absorbent Kraft
Absorbent kraft paper has high degree of porosity with good absorbency for resin impregnation. Used as a bottom layer in decorative laminates. It has Uniform thickness, high wet strength & Good absorption properties. It may use in the Bottom layer of decorative laminates & Tube making.
16. Kraft paper
Pulp produced by the kraft process is stronger than that made by other pulping processes; acidic sulfite processes degrade cellulose more, leading to weaker fibers, and mechanical pulping processes leave most of the lignin with the fibers, whereas kraft pulping removes most of the lignin present originally in the wood. Low lignin is important to the resulting strength of the paper, as the hydrophobic nature of lignin interferes with the formation of the hydrogen bonds between cellulose (and hemicellulose) in the fibers.
17. High porosity sack kraft
For fast and dust-free filling of cement or other powdered goods we offer papers with a perfect combination of strength and porosity. As these papers are porous enough to offer efficient de-aeration of bags during filling, perforation is not needed. Yet, they are strong enough to withstand the tough demands of filling and handling.