A sturdy paper made from sulphate pulp, commonly used for wrapping.
Made from different pulps, having the appearance of pure kraft and used for wrapping and packaging purposes.
A German word denoting strength. Used as the generic name for paper of high strength made from sulphate pulp and recycled paper.
A sulfate wood pulp paper. See Saturation.
Paper or board made from un-bleached woodpulp by the sulfate process; it is brown in color. to top
A heavy paper or paperboard made from wood pulp using a method of boiling wood chips in a sodium sulfate solution.
strong wrapping paper made from pulp processed with a sulfur solution
Paper grade made from unbleached, bleached or colored wood pulp by the sulfate process. Kraft papers have a coarser finish than woves and are noted for their strength. Most commonly used in the manufacture of catalog and booklet envelopes.
a German word that means strong, it is the strongest and most widely used grade of pulp made today
Paper which is produced from wood pulped by a sulphate process which dissolves the lignin that binds the wood fibres together. Kraft has long fibres for added strength and is brown in colour.
A paper containing unbleached wood pulp and made by the sulphate process, naturally brown in colour.
A coarse unbleached paper used for printing and industrial products.
A paper or board containing unbleached wood pulp ( brown in color) made by the sulfate process.
Paper or chipboard containing unbleached wood pulp (brown in color). Can be virgin Kraft or recycled Kraft.
A word meaning strength applied to pulp, paper or paperboard produced from wood fibres by the sulfate process.
Strong brown paper used as a second lining, and in many forms of packing application.
Word of German origin meaning strength; designates pulp, paper or paperboard produced from wood fibers by the sulfate process. Natural Kraft has a characteristic light brown appearance.
Strong, glazed manilla paper. Also produced in white and bleached kraft.
A sulphate wood pulp paper. Label The functional portion of a pressure-sensitive construction comprising the face sheet and adhesive, die cut into various shapes.
A heavy, water resistant paper.
A strong, brown wrapping paper used as a second lining to reinforce the spine of a book. It is also used for making the hollow.
The German and Swedish word for "strong". Used in reference to sulphate pulp because of its relative strength.
Mega Man Zero series. It should be noted that "Kraft" is an actual German name; a safe assumption regarding the English name would be either mistranslation or avoidance of a copyright conflict with the Kraft Food Company.