"Tissue" paper includes towels, toilet tissue, facial tissue, napkins and industrial wipers. Most tissue manufacturers make all of these products for "consumer" and "commercial-institutional" markets. Like towels, toilet tissue can be dispensed in jumbo rolls to reduce maintenance costs.
Specialty: These types of tissue papers are often high-end, decorative papers that are glazed, unglazed, or creped, and include wrapping tissue for gifts and dry cleaning, as well as crepe paper for decorating.
To avoid deflection problems, be sure your rolls are properly specified. When ordering, you should know the amount of web wrap (usually stated in terms such as 10 o’clock to 3 o’clock), web tension (PLI), any nip load (PLI), web width, and maximum expected line speed. A good supplier will walk you through these questions and can even help you troubleshoot much of this over the phone.
** The installation times are approximations only, the actual time required to install felt or synthetic underlayment will vary depending on many factors that can not be addressed with the Synthetic Underlayment vs. Felt calculator. The times presented are approximated based on the additional time required to install felt underlayments. For instance, a 5000 square foot job requires 25 rolls of 30 lb felt compared to only 5 rolls of RhinoRoof or Titanium, that means extra time and labor to transport and carry the rolls onto the roof deck. The approximations also take into account the additional laps required to complete a job using felt paper, for instance, a rectangular roof deck that is 22 feet in height requires 8 laps (with a 3" overlap) of 36" wide felt paper whereas the same 22 feet can be covered with just 6 laps of 48" wide Titanium. As felt paper requires more laps to complete, it also requires more anchoring devices which adds time and additional costs.
The root of my equation is simply this, I have a roll of paper, wrapped around a corrugate core, whos diameter is 10.750 in. The outer diameter of the roll is approx. 60 in. The thickness of the paper is .014 in. I am trying to find out how much linear feet of paper is left on the roll, given only the diameter of paper remaining on the core, I'll call the remaining paper scrap.