Machine Finished

As our MF grades are the strongest in the Advantage portfolio, they are in great demand from a huge variety of industries, ranging from retailing to steel products. High stiffness makes them ideal for high-speed converting machines. The end uses include carrier bags, PE laminated products, wrapping and protective products.

 

Benefits

  • 100% softwood virgin kraft fibre
  • World-class strength
  • High stretch

End-uses

  •  Mainly used for the wrapping of spring mattresses.

Specifications

Properties

 

Test method

 

Typical values

Basis weight 

g/m² ISO 536   110 120 130 140 150 160

Thickness

µm ISO 534   150 165 180 190 210 220
Bending resistance mN ISO 2493

MD

CD

115

110

140

130

155

145

200

170

240

200

270

250

Tensile Strength kN/m ISO 1924-3

MD

CD

13.7

5.5

15.1

5.9

16.2

6.5

17.2

6.9

18.7

7.5

19.5

8.0

Stretch  % ISO 1924-3

MD

CD

12.5

9.4

12.5

9.4

12.5

9.4

12.5

9.4

12.5

9.4

12.5

9.4

TEA J/m² ISO 1924-3

MD

CD

750

340

820

370

890

400

960

430

1020

465

1080

490

Tear strength mN ISO 1974

MD

CD

1300

2050

1350

2250

1600

2600

1800

2900

1950

3000

2050

3350

Burst strength

kPa ISO 2758   740 770 830 840 880 920

Cobb60

g/m² ISO 535   28 28 28 28 28 28
Roughness Bendtsen ml/min ISO 2494

Ts

Ws

3000

1700

4700

2100

4900

2400

5000

2600

5100

3000

5200

3300

Moisture

% ISO 287 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0
Validity: 01.01.2019 – 31.12.2019
Test conditions: ISO 554 - 1976 (23°C ± 1°C /RH 50% ± 2%)
MD=Machine Direction, CD=Cross Direction, Ts=Top side, Ws=Wire side  

 

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