pulpboard


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pulpboard

[′pəlp‚bȯrd]
(materials)
Chipboard to which is added a percentage of mechanical wood pulp.

pulpboard

A solid board usually composed of wood pulp. Also See fiberboard.
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(98) These paper scraps were turned into pulpboard. However, the confiscated clandestine books were presumably made into (more expensive) pasteboard.
"We have had quite a number of mills close over the last two years," reports John Mullinder, executive director of the Paper and Pulpboard Environmental Council (PPEC).
(1960), "Process Costs in a Pulpboard Industry," Cost and Management, Vol.
This train carried a number of hazardous chemicals, including propylene glycol, glacial acetic acid, ethyl hexyl phthalate, fluorosilicic acid, tripropylene, and hydrochloric acid It also carried several boxcars of plywood, pulpboard, and paper.