Canadian Kraft Paper Industries Ltd.

Kraft Unbleached SPX®

SPX® is an outstanding, high-performance multi-wall paper. It combines remarkable cross-direction strength with added stretch in the machine direction creating a superior balanced sheet for today’s bag manufacturing equipment.

SPX® is more cost-effective than conventional papers in several ways:

  • Even stronger than SPK®
  • Converters running two-ply versus three-ply use up to thirty percent less paper per bag.
  • Machines can run faster with fewer roll changes.
  • Less paper inventory is needed.
  • More bags stacked per pallet cutting shipping costs.

Multi-wall bags made from SPX® use less paper in demanding applications such as:

  • Agriculture (e.g. Feed, seed, sugar)
  • construction (e.g. cement)
  • and other materials

End Uses

SPX extensible high performance kraft paper has superior Tensile Energy Absorption (TEA) and balanced strength characteristics in both the machine and cross direction. Even stronger than SPK , multiwall shipping sacks made from SPX use less paper in demanding applications for a variety of products such as cement and other construction materials. Typically used in pasted valve sacks.

Fibre Source

SPX is manufactured with a blend of virgin fibre from Black Spruce and Jack Pine. These northern slow growing woods have exceptionally high strength potential. Canadian Kraft Paper Industries LTD. fibre is harvested and replanted in accordance with sustainable forest management practices under CSA, PEFC, and ISO 14001 environmental quality control standards.

Quality Systems

SPX quality is controlled with a comprehensive management system registered to the ISO 9001 and incorporating elements of environmental (ISO 14001) and employee health and safety (OHAS 18001) management systems. Canadian Kraft Paper Industries LTD. are manufactured in compliance with FDA as per 21 CFR 176.170 and 176.180, CONEG heavy metals and toxics, German recommendation XXXVI, 94/62/EEC certifications and are certified Kosher. This paper meets the requirements for packaging recoverable by composting and degradation ISO 17088 (2008) and EN 13432 2000. Certificates of compliance to all applicable regulatory requirements will be supplied upon request.

Kraft Papers Spec Sheet

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