Sim ilar to a pallet, the slip sheet, which is made of cardboard or plastic, is used to facilitate movement of unitized loads.
A protective sheet placed between innerlayers during transport to limit board-to-board contact and scratching.
A sheet that is used as a base on which other material is transported or shipped.
Blank sheet placed between printed products to prevent setoff or scuffing during handling and shipping. Also, a blank sheet of colored paper placed between unbound collated publications to indicate separation.
An unprinted sheet of paper placed between printed sheets of paper to absorb set-off, or offset. Slip sheeting permits cutting paper soon after printing.
A flat sheet of material used as a base upon which goods and materials may be assembled, stored and transported.
Blank sheets of paper placed in between sheets of paper as they are printed to prevent set-off.
Tissue between stacked proofs to prevent offseting of ink to next print.
A lightweight rosin sized paper inserted between sheet copper and underlayment to prevent bonding. See Building Paper.
A unit load base which is made of cardboard or plastic, is used to facilitate movement of unitized loads.
A thin, flat sheet made of fiberboard or plastic used in lieu of pallets or skids that requires a special attachment for handling.
A paper pallet. Most of the time special equipment is needed to handle the product.
A light sheet of paper applied over roof sheathing to prevent the roofing from bonding to sheeting. May be called dry sheet.
(1) Sheet material placed between two layers of a roofing system to assure that there is no adhesion between them; (2) Sheet material, such a reinforced kraft paper, rosin-sized paper, polyester scrim or polyethylene sheeting, placed between two components of a roof assembly (such as between membrane and insulation or deck) to ensure that no adhesion occurs between them, and to prevent possible damage from chemical incompatibility, wearing or abrasion of the membrane.
A farm sales unit wrapped with a cardboard top and bottom and three metal bands. A charge is assessed for each cardboard (slip sheet) used.
Sheeting material placed between roofing components to prevent those components from adhering to one another or to prevent material damage due to component incompatibility. Slip Sheets may be polyethylene, rosin-sized sheathing paper, or other material.
A sheet that is placed on a pallet prior to palletizing of product.
A release treated sheet used to protect the edges of rolls from sticking to each other while stacked.
a sheet material placed between two components of a roof assembly to ensure that no adhesion occurs between them, and/or to prevent possible damage from chemical incompatibility, wearing or abrasion of the membrane. Often associated with PVC membranes.
Blank sheet placed between newly-made printed products to prevent setoff or scuffing during handling and shipping.
Slip Sheets are thin pallet-sized sheets made of plastic or fibreboard, used in commercial shipping.