FSC 8135                                                         JCP N10
                               NO. 2 KRAFT
Kraft Paper                                             February 1, 1999

Use information: This paragraph is informational only and is not 
    exclusively definitive of the end use.
  For face and back letterpress and offset printing of top cover for 
tablets, separators, wrapping for packages, etc. Printed matter may 
include text and line illustrations.

Stock: 100 pct unbleached sulphate pulp.

    Note: Not less than 5 pct postconsumer fiber. Any percent over 5 
  percentage points, is encouraged, provided that the requirements of 
  this Standard are met.

Grammage (g/m\2\)...............      65      80     100     115     130
  Basis weight: 24 by 36 inches,      40      50      60      70      80
   500 sheets (pounds)..........
  A tolerance of  5 pct shall be allowed.

Bursting strength: Average,
  not less than (kPa)...........     190     230     260     290     320
  Equivalent (lb/in\2\).........      28      34      38      42      47

Tearing strength: Average,
  each direction, not less than
  (mN)..........................     680     880   1,070   1,270   1,470
  Equivalent (grams)............      70      90     110     130     150

General appearance: The color, finish, formation, and cleanliness shall 
  conform to the standard sample(s) adopted by the Government.
  Color: The paper in the order (or publication) shall be uniform with a 
  color variation not to exceed DE(CIELAB)=1.0.
Sampling and testing: Shall be conducted in accordance with standards in 
  Part 2, Government Paper Specification Standards.


 Unless otherwise specified, the following is automatically waived when 
  printing or duplicating is to be accomplished on commercial contract
Curl: Paper shall lie flat with either no tendency to curl or with a 
  curl which can be overcome under reasonable working conditions.
Size and trim: Sheets: Paper shall be furnished in the size(s) ordered 
  and shall be flat, trimmed square on four sides with clean smooth 
  edges, and evenly jogged. A tolerance of  2 mm (\1/16\ 
  inch) shall be allowed except for sheets 216 by 356 mm (8\1/2\ by 14 
  inches) or less; then a tolerance of  1 mm (\1/32\ inch) 
  shall be allowed. Successive sheets within any package shall not 
  differ from each other by more than 0.5 mm (\1/64\ inch). Paper with 
  the long dimension 813 mm (32 inches) or less shall be considered 
  square if the variation does not exceed 1 mm (\1/32\ inch); over 
  813 mm (32 inches), 2 mm (\1/16\ inch).
    Rolls: Roll width and diameter shall be as ordered. A tolerance of 
  2 mm (\1/16\ inch) shall be allowed for width and 
  26 mm (1 inch) for diameter.
Roll winding: Roll paper shall be tightly wound at even tension and 
  shall not contain more than the specified maximum number of splices 
  per roll. The number of splices permitted per roll is de-

  termined by the roll diameter as ordered. On rolls 1,016 mm (40 
  inches) or less, a maximum of three splices per roll shall be allowed. 
  On rolls over 1,016 mm (40 inches), a maximum of four splices per roll 
  shall be allowed. Splices shall be neatly and securely overlap-pasted 
  and made with a repulpable adhesive which will not permit the splice 
  to separate. The adhesive may be applied from a tape form backing, 
  provided the backing is removed, leaving only the adhesive component 
  on the splice. The adhesive shall not cause the splice to adhere to 
  adjacent laps. The tails of the splices shall be neatly and evenly 
  removed without damage to adjacent laps. Splices shall be flagged at 
  both ends with projecting colored markers, not pasted to the splice, 
  or otherwise clearly marked.

Grain: Direction of the grain on flat paper shall be as ordered.

Pressroom conditions: The bulk of this paper will be used in air-
  conditioned pressrooms maintained at 24  deg.C 2  deg.C 
  and 45 pct 8 pct relative humidity.