Bleached sulphite machine glazed Albino paper is among the most commonly produced types of packing paper and is currently offered from the production capacities of JK/6 and JK/8. During its production, sulphite and sulphate bleached pulp are used in a suitable combination in order to achieve the desired strength and qualitative parameters. This packing paper is offered in weights from 17 g/m2 to 90 g/m2 and supplied to customer in reels or sheets. Apart from standard production, Albino packing paper is also produced with an optic brightening agent, and in weights of 17-40 g/m2 this assortment is enriched with the production of wet strength paper. The application of Albino is also extended by the production of its modifications with an altered neutral pH, enabling the contact of the paper with refined metals.
Albino of lower weights is often used for refinement, either through the application or paraffin or polyethylene lamination combines with the suitable printing. After processing into sheets, it also serves for the packaging of consumer goods of all types. Higher weights are used for the production of bags. In the pH neutral version, Albino is used as a layering material in the metallurgical industry.