Grammage


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Grammage

The grams of weight per square meter of area. This is used to weigh bulk paper.
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Table 1 Characteristics of papers used in the tests Designation Grade of paper Grammage, Thickness, of paper [g/[m.
We also pay attention to minute details like grammage, specific coffee bean used, and accuracy of ingredient quantity.
The improved stiffness has also led to a revision of Incada Exel's grammage range to better suit the demands of the current customer base.
A large part of the flows was in spunmelt materials and EU27 maintained a positive trade balance for each sub-category by grammage.
1986) and Lien and Liu (2006) for the computation of the grammage from the absorption of visible light.
The Commission has used exclusive green and white colours as well as paper of special grammage and quality for the ballot papers as security features.
The children's biscuit market is so price-sensitive that manufacturers tend to reduce the grammage and cream filling of the biscuit rather than suffer the detrimental consequences of a price increase.
Classy art print papers and a vast selection of linen-textured or marbled papers in higher grammage make each certificate into a durable and precious document.
The Wayne Machine reckons you need to give it a good few weeks before seeing an appreciable drop in human grammage.
The goals were to achieve significant cost savings through teabag grammage reduction while maintaining existing product quality characteristics (taste, aroma, color).
The mean values of thickness, grammage and specific weight for the paper materials used in the study along with the standard specification used for the preliminary evaluation were illustrated.