Bond paper is a grade of writing or printing paper where strength, durability and performance are essential requirements. Bond paper is used for letterhead.
A sized finished writing paper generally of 80gsm characterized by its durability, strength and permanence. Useful for letterheads, business forms etc.
Writing paper with slightly different characteristics than paper designed for general (eg. catalog) use. Occasionally colored bonds are interchanged for colored offsets.
Strong lightweight paper commonly used for letters and business forms
A grade of durable writing, printing and typing paper that has a standard size of 17x22 inches.
A typing paper of normal grammage
a grade of strong but lightweight paper designed for printing on one side, commonly used for stationery, business forms, and copying.
A security paper of high quality, used to a limited extent in early stamp printing. Originally, bond was made from rags. The modern paper used for first-day covers is usually a bond quality paper.
Good quality papers used for stationary, forms and other documents having a basic weight of more than 60 gsm, often containing a watermark.
A grade of paper that is stronger and more durable than the average sheet of paper, often used for letterhead.
Bond paper may be made from either cotton, chemical wood pulp, or a combination of the two. This grade of paper used for stationery and business forms and is made with superior strength for its weight.
Paper used for printing, writing, or typewriting. It may contain all chemical wood pulp or 25%, 50% or 100% rag pulp. Several grades are available, and the best are usually watermarked.
a superior quality of strong durable white writing paper; originally made for printing documents
A type of office reprographic paper widely used for letterheads and business forms. Bond papers are characterized by strength, durability, and performance during electronic printing. They are manufactured with a basic size of 17x22".
Strong durable type of paper commomly used for letterheads and business forms
Strong durable paper grade used for letterheads, business forms, writing, typing and copying.
a grade of writing or printing paper with these essential requirements: strength, durability, and permanence. It is often used for letterhead, business forms, etc.
Grade of writing or printing paper where strength, durability and permanence are essential requirements; most common bond paper weight is 20 lb.; mainly used for photocopying and desktop printers
Good quality papers used for stationery, forms and other documents having a basic weight of more that 60gsm; often containing a watermark.
A grade of durable but lightweight paper commonly used for typing and writing
Strong, durable paper grade used for letterheads, business forms, and other such pieces.
Strong, durable writing paper, consisting of wood, cotton, or both, most commonly used for letterheads, stationery, business forms, etc.
A grade of writing or printing paper where strength, durability and permanence are essential requirements; used for letterheads, business forms, etc.
Strong durable paper grade used for letterheads and business forms.
originally used for printing bonds or stock certificates is now a term applied to writing or business papers. Known for strength and good writing characteristics such as letterhead and correspondence papers.
Strong, durable paper used for letterheads, laser printing, and other business purposes. May be made from cotton fiber, wood pulp, or a combination. May be watermarked.
A strong and durable paper, made from either rag, bleach chemical wood pulp or both. Most commonly used for writing, printing, and duplicating purposes.
Grade of paper commonly used for writing, photocopying and printing.
A strong, durable paper especially well suited for writing, duplicating, and office use.
Category of paper commonly used for writing, printing and photocopying. Also called business paper, communication paper, correspondence paper and writing paper.
A grade of writing or printing paper generally manufactured for letterheads, or forms. Basic size is 17 x 22
A grade of writing or printing paper, usually used for letterheads or business forms.
Paper used for letterheads and forms. Basic size: 17" x 22". Substance weight: 13 to 24 lbs. Bonds are characterized by strength, rigidity, good absorptiveness and erasability. Bond used for fanfold purposes, called register bond, is lightweight, 17" x 22"-11 lbs./ream to 20. It possesses high tensile and tearing strengths, and good manifolding properties. Usually made from chemical wood pulp and/or cotton fiber pulp.
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Originally a term applied to cotton-content paper used for printing bonds and legal documents, and distinguished by strength, performance, and durability. Bond paper may now be made from cotton, chemical wood pulp, or a combination of the two. Today, writing, digital, and cut-size papers are often identified with the bond scale.
Grade of paper commonly used for writing, printing, and photocopying.
Writing and typing paper which can also be used for printing
Bond paper is a high quality durable writing paper similar to bank paper but having a weight greater than 50 g/m2. The name comes from it having originally been made for documents such as government bonds. It is now used for letterheads and other stationery and as paper for electronic printers.