Four-ply of 100% recycled fiber, two white fiber on the top or face side and two brown fiber on the back or bond side, make the Cream Face grade. This quality paper is used in the production of wallboard on multiple types of board lines, slower and high speed, and with all types of gypsum material from natural to synthetic and blends. Republic’s Gypsum Cream Face paper is used in housing, commercial, modular, and mobile home applications. Cream Face is available in various basis weights and is cut to your specific width needs.
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|Critical Properties||UOM||Min||Target||Max||Test Method||Method Comments|
|Basis Weight||lbs/msf||-2.0||as ordered||+2.0||ABB Scanner|
|Moisture||weight %||7.5||9.00||10.5||ABB Scanner|
|Porosity||sec/100cc||Grade Dependent||Autoline||Gurley; 5-min 300°F cure|
|Face Cobb||g/100cm^2||0.30||0.80||1.50||T-441||10-min 250°F cure; 3-min 120°F water|
|Bond Cobb||g/100cm^2||0.50||0.70||1.2||T-441||10-min 250°F cure; 3-min 120°F water|
|MD Tensile||lbs/in||-10||BW dependent*||-----||Autoline||5-min 300°F cure|
|CD Tensile||lbs/in||-4||BW dependent*||-----||Autoline||5-min 300°F cure|
|Smoothness Sheffield||SU||350||Autoline||5-min 300°F cure|
|Coefficient of Friction||degrees||Grade Dependent||T-815||Uncured; test 3x, record 3rd value|
|Expansion 180 sec||%||-0.30||BW dependent*||+.30||CD Wet||Uncured; 10” strip|
Surface Quality – Paper shall be uniform in appearance and formation. Examples of defects include, but are not limited to: orange peel, discoloration, tiger striping, streaking, spotting (dirty face), fuzzing, fish hooks, cockles, excessive wire, felt, press roll, or other marking.
Flatness – Paper shall lie flat - free of cockles, edge warp, curling, and grooves.
Holes – Paper shall be reasonably free from holes (no repetitive MD holes). Holes smaller than 3" may be patched (no more than 2 per roll).
Roll Quality – Rolls shall be tightly wound. No telescoping. No wrinkles. No crushed or damaged cores. Splices shall be clearly marked. No splices 1" from the top. Core diameter: 4".
Physical Damage – Paper shall be free from physical defects including, but not limited to tears, edge nicks, excess moisture.
Packaging – Rolls shall be packaged to prevent damage during transport (ex: plastic wrapped). Rolls shall be marked to indicate bond side and labeled with roll number, basis weight, MD & CD tensile strength, top & bond cobb, and porosity.