|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||50 Pcs|
|Delivery Time:||5-8 days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||70000 pcs/month|
|Sea Transportation:||Large Order Only||Sample:||Charged Only|
|Cigarette Sizes:||King Size/ Super Slim / Nano||Tipping Width:||50mm / 48mm|
|Hardness:||Normal / Enhanced||Thickness:||0.5mm / 0.62mm|
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22 * 3135 Garniture Tape Bearing Cigarette Paper Wrapping Tobacco On Cigarette Making Machine Protos
Garniture tape is used for cigarette making machines on format garniture sector to convey cigarette paper with tobacco wrapped in.We offer aramid tapes and Linen tapes.
Textiles in a linen weave texture, even when made of cotton, , or other non-flax fibers, are also loosely referred to as "linen". Such fabrics frequently have their own specific names: for example fine cotton yarn in a linen-style weave may be called madapollam.
Linen textiles appear to be some of the oldest in the world: their history goes back many thousands of years.
Linen was sometimes used as a form of currency in ancient Egypt. Egyptian mummies were wrapped in linen as a symbol of light and purity, and as a display of wealth. Some of these fabrics, woven from hand-spun yarns, were very fine for their day, but are coarse compared to modern linen. In 1923, the German city Bielefeld issued banknotes printed on linen. Today, linen is usually an expensive textile produced in relatively small quantities. It has a long staple (individual fiber length) relative to cotton and other natural fibers.
The word "linen" is derived from the Latin word for the flax plant, which is linum, and the earlier Greek λίνον (linon). This word history has given rise to a number of other terms:
Line, derived from the use of a linen thread to determine a straight line
Lining, because linen was often used to create an inner layer for wool and leather clothing
Lingerie, via French, originally denotes underwear made of linen
Linseed oil, an oil derived from flax seed
Linoleum, a floor covering made from linseed oil and other materials
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