boxboard


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boxboard

[′bäks‚bȯrd]
(materials)
Paperboard used for making cardboard boxes.
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Now, Red Dress is also helping the environment by manufacturing its cartons using boxboard, an environmentally friendly and cost beneficial packaging option.
The Sprague mill has an annual production capacity of 180,000 short tons (about 7% of the North American coated recycled boxboard manufacturing capacity).
Also included in the sale are four coated recycled boxboard mills, 38 other consumer packaging operations in the U.
MasterShield is a grease-resistant grade of coated recycled boxboard that protects folding cartons from grease and oil discoloration.
By feeding a voltage signal proportional to tension to an amplifier, indicator, or controller, the transducers can help the machine operator to improve the consistency and quality of products in the converting, pulp and paper, and boxboard industries.
a Canadian producer and distributor of boxboard, containerboard and specialty boards.
Recycling that one-third of a ton of cardboard, boxboard, and newspaper saves forests, lessens solid waste, and reduces water and air pollution.
The upgraded stock preparation line processes corrugated paper and board packaging grades, boxboard cuttings, as well as corrugated board and has a feed capacity to the existing low-consistency pulper of approximately 900 tons per day.
TSX: CAS) has closed the sale of its North American boxboard manufacturing and converting assets to US-based Graphic Packaging Holding Co.
Solid bleached sulphate (SBS) and coated unbleached kraft (CUK) are typical in North America, while folding boxboard (FBB) is more typical in Western Europe.
It is suited for printing, boxboard and document destruction operation with air-conveyed trim waste of less than 10 tons per day.