Paper Technology: An Elementary Manual on the Manufacture, Physical Qualities and Chemical Constituents of Paper and of Paper-making Fibres

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C. Griffin, limited, 1906 - Paper - 253 pages
 

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Contents

Plan of Coating Machinery
86
View of Coating Machine
87
Machine for Reelingup dry coated Paper
88
Prints on Art Papers containing various percentages of Glue
90
Printing from a Halftone Block on Art Paper
91
A glossary of various papers with brief notes as to origin of same
92
Surface of O W Linen Paper x 90
93
Dampingrolls for Waterfinished Papers
95
CHAPTER IX
98
Sensitive Paper Scales for Small Samples
99
Gange for Measuring the Thickness of Paper
101
Schoppers Papertester
102
Improved Form of Schoppers Machine Hydraulic
103
Leuners Papertesting Machine
104
Marshalls Papertester
105
The Carrington Papertester
106
Machine Direction of Papers
107
Machine Direction of Papers
108
Mullens Papertester
109
Southworth Papertester
110
Curve showing effect of testing Paper by crumpling
112
Apparatus for testing the Resistance to crumpling
113
The Tintometer Standard White Surface
114
Crucible containing Paper with Bunsen Burner
120
Apparatus for determining Gelatine in Paper
126
CHAPTER X
128
Draining Sieve
132
CHAPTER XI
143
Method of staining Fibres by Irrigation
153
Linen Fibres Herzberg
164
Jute Fibres Herzberg
165
Sprucewood Fibre Herzberg
166
Poplarwood Fibre Herzberg
167
Birch Wood Fibre Herzberg
168
148 Bamboo
170
Silk Fibres
171
CHAPTER XIII
173
Conventional Diagram of a Sheet of Tubsized Paper
179
Digester for experimental Investigations of Fibres
198
Handmoulds used for making Experimental Sheets
200
First Papermachine 1802 é 1807
205
Donkins First Fourdrinier Machine
206
Sectional View of Papermill
207
Sectional View of Papermachine Room
210
Embossing Machine
237
Chinese Rice Straw
250

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