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Weight
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Weight

Basis Weight is the weight of a sheet based on standard size. The number corresponding with each weight refers to the thickness and sturdiness of the paper, not the actual weight of the sheet. The higher the weight the thicker and stiffer the paper. Writing papers (W) are lighter-weight papers often used for letterheads and stationery. Text papers (T) are lighter-weight papers for use as text pages, for example within books and reports. Cover papers (C) are durable, heavier-weight papers, available in a variety of finishes and colors.

Size (inches)
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Size (inches)

Size in inches, of the sheet. Basic “cut size” sheets range from 8.5 x 11, 8.5 x 14, 11 x 17 and various digital sizes such as 12 x 18 and 13 x 19. "Parent size” sheets, cut from rolls,are larger and come in a range of sizes like 23 x 35, 25 x 38, 26 x 40, and more. For big print jobs, a large sheet is much more efficient, allowing for multiple pages to print on a single sheet using larger printing presses.

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Pack (sheets)
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Pack (sheets)

The number of sheets per ream or pack.

Cotton Content
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Cotton Content

The percentage of cotton found in papers utilizing cotton fabrics and cotton linters. Papers made with cotton range from 25% to 100% cotton content.

Caliper
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Caliper

The thickness of a sheet paper, in thousandths of an inch (points or mils).

Flame Retardant
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Flame Retardant

Engineered to provide that extra margin of safety in crowded public environments where concerns over fire safety exist.

Tear Resistant
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Tear Resistant

The ability of a paper to resist tearing when subjected to rigorous production demands of manufacturing and display.

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