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ISO 535

Paper and board - Determination of water absorptiveness - Cobb method

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 February 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 16
ICS Code (Paper and board): 85.060
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This International Standard specifies a method of determining the water absorptiveness of sized paper and board, including corrugated fibreboard, under standard conditions. It may not be suitable for paper of grammage less than 50 g/m2 or embossed paper. It is not suitable for porous papers such as newsprint or unsized papers such as blotting paper or other papers having a relatively high water absorptiveness for which ISO 8787[2] is more suitable.

This method is not intended to be used for precise evaluation of the writing properties of paper although it does give a general indication of suitability for use with aqueous inks.

Document History

January 3, 2022
Paper and board — Determination of water absorptiveness — Cobb method
This document specifies a method of determining the water absorptiveness of paper and board, including corrugated fibreboard, under standard conditions. This document does not apply for paper of...
ISO 535
February 1, 2014
Paper and board - Determination of water absorptiveness - Cobb method
This International Standard specifies a method of determining the water absorptiveness of sized paper and board, including corrugated fibreboard, under standard conditions. It may not be suitable for...
January 1, 1991
Paper and Board - Determination of Water Absorptiveness - Cobb Method
This International Standard specifies a method of determining the water absorptiveness of sized paper and board. including corrugated fibreboard, under standard conditions. It may not be suitable for...

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