Rag Content

Rag Content

Cotton fiber in paper. If one holds the paper up to light, one is able to see the rag content (which may be arranged in a small design).
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The re-launched one rupee notes will be made up of 100 per cent cotton rag content.
The nuances that separate a heavy paper with a high rag content and low acidity might not elude me, but it undoubtedly would escape my limited capability to exploit the fine points.
It features seven primary sludge tanks, which due to the high rag content of the sludge, caused frequent maintenance, cleaning and equipment repair.
Smith prefers paper and note cards that have a high cotton rag content.
The sheets should be of high rag content to eliminate yellowing.
And the paper used to print real bills is very difficult and expensive to replicate because it has a 100 percent rag content and contains telltale red and blue fibers.
The rag content of garbage in Karachi makes up for the low amounts of plastic as most of this cloth contains synthetic fibers.
The poster is brilliantly colored and exquisitely detailed , this rich vibrant picture is a 12 color lithograph printed on archival quality paper made of 245 gm 100% recycled rag content.
The ITT Water & Wastewater team have been invaluable in providing a solution to deal with our individual site needs including the heavy sludge and high rag content at the works.
180 pumps fitted with 632 impellers to cope with a high rag content.
Exporters are reluctant to take fruit from young (less than eight years old) 'Kinnow' orchards due to quality concerns in terms of low juice and high rind and rag contents (Khalid et al.
deliciosa Tenora) trees often produce inferior quality fruit with less juice and more rind and rag contents.