- to calender
- n.砑光机 vt.以砑光机砑光
- A machine in which paper or cloth is made smooth and glossy by being pressed through rollers.
- Supercalender: a calendering stack with alternate hard steel rollers and soft rollers some of which move faster than others which imparts a high gloss finish to paper as it "slips" between them.super-calendering is done off the papermaking machine.
- Friction glazing in paper making the form of glossy finish imparted to paper by a special calender.
- Leather-cloth: cloth for bookbinding. A plasticated cotton that dyed-through and calendered.
- Water finish high finish to paper achieved by damping the web as it passes through the calender stack.
- Calender: a set or stack of cast-iron rollers resting on one another in a vertical bank at the end of the paper-making machine.the paper passes through all or some of thes rollers to increase the smoothness and gloss of its surface.
- Calendered paper: paper to which a smooth finish has been imparted by its passing through the calender at the end of the paper-making machine.
- It is made by adding a large quantity of mineral loading such as china clay to the pulp in the beater and made very smooth by calendering.
- It is made by adding a large quantity of mineral loading such as china clay to the pulp in the beater and made very smooth by calendering.the quality is not as good as coated paper but it is lighter and cheaper.
- Calendered paper; a dress of glossy sateen.