Tissue paper is a collective term for thin types of paper with a mass per unit area of less than 30 g / m 2 . Because of its small thickness, it is mostly transparent . It can contain up to 100% recycled fibers. For applications with special requirements, tissue paper can be produced chlorine-free , wood-free , acid-free and / or corrosion-neutral .
Historically, the term can also be used for paper made from silk cocoons .
- Bottle silk: mostly smooth on one side for wrapping (wine) bottles, can be provided with a design print or colored in the mass
- smooth interlayers for mirrors
- chlorine and acid free for precious metal packaging, e.g. B. of gold leaf or circuit boards
- Lining silk: (mostly colored) as lining of high-quality envelopes , prevents the contents of the letter from showing through
- Wrapping paper: mostly printed in multiple colors and smooth on one side
- (z. B. as a protective paper in books prior to image printing light pressure tablets ) to prevent staining and sticking together
- Sample sheets:
- Ready-made tissue paper: When printing as a base under the printing form to compensate for different levels of the printing block in order to achieve a uniform print image over the entire printing area
- thin tissue paper (absorbent, finely creped), also multilayered e.g. B. for napkins and handkerchiefs
- Jürgen Blechschmidt (Ed.): Taschenbuch der Papiertechnik , Carl Hanser Verlag, 2nd, updated edition 2013, p. 48.
- Pierer's Universal Lexikon, Volume 12. Altenburg 1861, pp. 615-620 "on Zeno.org
- Paper Glossary ( Memento of the original from September 23, 2013 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. agentur-brennecke.de
- Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon, Volume 15. Leipzig 1908, pp. 388-396 on Zeno.org
- Sample book of the patented embroidery patterns for flattening onto fabric: containing 299 illustrations of the most popular and most common flattening patterns, including 86 completely new ones . - 5th, possibly edition - Berlin: Ebhardt, 1884.
- Ready-made tissue paper in the lexicon at igepa.de