Sydney paper is also called tissue paper and copy paper. It is named after it is generally used to wrap Sydney. It is translucent, brittle and thin. Sydney paper is a kind of paper that requires high strength and whiteness. Most paper mills in China use imported wood pulp to make copy paper. The wood pulp used is preferably bleached softwood kraft pulp. In addition to imported wood pulp, bamboo pulp, awn stalk pulp, and wheat straw pulp can also be used. Among them, the strength of Sydney paper produced by bamboo pulp is good, but the whiteness of the paper is low; if awn stalk pulp and wheat straw pulp are used, the whiteness of the produced Sydney paper is good, but the strength is low. Therefore, under conditions, imported bleached kraft softwood pulp should be selected.
Sydney paper has dozens of colors such as red, pink, orange, yellow, white, etc., with good tensile force and various specifications.
Sydney paper is mainly used in various packaging, hot bags and compartments of clothing, toys, shoe factories, etc. It is moisture-proof and breathable. It can also be used for printing as packaging paper. The general product specification is 14-17g/m2. Unit of measurement: order.