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millboard

[′mil‚bȯrd]
(materials)
Hard, strong paperboard; used for furniture panels.
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Kartonagen Schwarzenberg produces various grades of millboard from 100% recovered paper in the weight range of 450 to 1050 g/[m.sup.2].
documents were placed between sheets of acid-free paper, and then into a container reinforced with millboard. Library staff placed the package in a custom-made bronze container and padlocked it shut.
At Cape's facilities in London, Hebden Bridge, Uxbridge, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Liverpool, Belfast and the Isle of White, asbestos from its South African mines was turned into a wide range of products including asbestos yarn and cloth, millboard, webbing, insulation mattresses, preformed thermal insulation, sprayed asbestos thermal and acoustic insulation, filtration materials, asbestos cement flat sheets, corrugated sheets, pipes, molded products, slabs, packings and rope lagging.
The room is constructed of an incombustible material such as millboard.
Outerbridge began manufacturing a wood fiber board from recycled newsprint under the name Agasote Millboard Company, he never heard of source reduction, recycling, or landfills.