Burrows’ ability to offer multiple finishes, colors and enhanced properties, all while adhering to your exact specifications. This means customers can count on paper converting consistency and product performance. With expertise in the science of paper making, Burrows is one of only a few companies worldwide capable of producing very light weight printable tissue of 7.5 pounds and, also produces papers up to 30 pounds (12.5gsm-49gsm).
Used in a variety of industrial applications, Burrows’ current portfolio of paper includes:
- Archival Tissue
- Battery Tissue
- Doctor Roll
- Flat Stock
- Knit Twist
- One-time Carbonizing
- Pattern Tissue
- Salon Products
- Seat Cover
- Table Cover
- Tape Base
Burrows can develop a grade tailored to your specific needs. Call the Customer Service Department today at 1-800-272-7122 ext. 3 for more information.
This specialty tissue is pH buffered to prevent the paper from turning yellow or getting brittle with age. Most commonly used for interleaving prints, drawings, and protecting artifacts, it is also used for wrapping gowns, historic uniforms, and protecting other textile items.
Developed specifically for the manufacturing of car batteries, this tissue is used as a carrier of lead paste in the production process. Its high porosity allows it to readily adhere to and carry lead paste and then quickly dissolve.
Commonly used to line an examination table in a doctor’s office, this grade is available in creped or MG finishes. Creped offers a softer texture and finish. MG is a smooth finish and has the capability to be printed.
This sheet has super wet strength that allows strips of the paper to be soaked and twisted into heavy yarn-like fibers that dry into reeds. The reeds then become the base for knitted and woven products such as baskets, cowboy hats, carpets, hampers, or window coverings. It can also be used as a liner or filler in the production of multiple-wire electrical cables to help keep their shape, or twisted into shopping bag handles.
This is a strong, dense, natural colored tissue that is used as a base for carbon coating. The finished product can be used between two single sheets or layered in multi-part forms.
This is a light weight printable paper that is used to produce sewing patterns and is also used as a stabilizer to assist in the production of pleats, buttonholes, and lapels in the clothing industry.
Exceptional wet strength allows this paper to be soaked in a soapy or antiseptic solution and used as a wet wipe. The wipes are sealed in foil packets and used in quick serve restaurants and medical facilities. Paper wipes offer an environmental, cost effective alternative to synthetic non-woven wipes.