A method of removing ink and making recovered fibers suitable for the production of recycled paper. See Deinking.
A type of water-washable ink used for printing on textiles and fabrics that is easily washed out.
A test to determine a paperboard’s water resistance or degree of sizing in which a paperboard sample is weighed, then immersed in water for a set period of time, at which point
Term for a continuous roll of paper that forms on a papermaking machine, or the paper roll that is used uncut in web offset lithography. Paper webs can either be cut into sheets
The breaking of a paper web when it is on-press, which can occur at any point from start to finish, and which is caused by many factors. A web break
In web printing, an auxiliary device which automatically detects the site of a web break and immediately shuts down the press.
In web offset lithography, the pull applied to a web of paper as it travels through the press. See Web Offset Lithography: Infeed and Web Control.
A property of printing inks that describes the ability of the dry ink film to resist bleeding, discoloring, fading, etc., upon exposure to moisture. An ink’s wettability is an important consideration
A procedure performed in the ink-manufacturing process in which the particles of pigment are coated with varnish so as to enable them to be ground more easily and finely and disperse more completely in
A substance added—typically in small quantities—to a liquid in order to reduce its surface tension and allow solids to be more completely wet by the liquid. A variety of wetting
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