fish paper

fish paper

[′fish ‚pā·pər]
(materials)
A type of fiber used in sheet form for insulating purposes where high mechanical strength is required, as in insulating transformer windings from the transformer core.
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Poulter, who dropped from three off the lead to 60th place in Ireland on Monday, said: "That's old fish paper now.
The clips can be formed of rectangles of fish paper. The clips prevent the flooring adhesive from coming between the front ends of the slats of one panel and the rear ends of the next panel slats.