Definitions for "Linters"
The short fibers that cling to cotton seeds after the first ginning. These cotton fibers are too short for thread spinning or cloth making, but are useful in making paper pulp.
three grades of cotton fibres obtained from the cotton plant after the ginning operation and used in papermaking: first cut or lint, mill cut and second cut. The fibres are short and do not need much refining.
A term for pre processed pulp, cotton or wood purchased in sheet form.