Kraft paper is a tough and waterproof packaging paper, which is brown in color and widely used in making paper bags, envelopes, workbooks, record sleeves, folders, and sandpaper, etc. The weight range is from 80gsm to 120gsm, and there are differences between reel paper and flat paper, as well as single-sided gloss, double-sided gloss, and striped patterns. The main quality requirements are flexibility, strength, high tear resistance, and the ability to withstand large tensile and compressive forces without breaking. Kraft paper has high tensile strength, and is available in single-sided gloss, double-sided gloss, striped, and uncoated varieties. It is mainly used for packaging paper, envelopes, paper bags, etc., and for printing press cylinder liners.

Kraft paper usually maintains its natural brown color and is suitable for making bags and packaging paper, etc. Depending on their properties and uses, kraft paper has various different applications. Kraft paper is a general term for a type of paper, without specific standards, and is generally classified based on its properties and uses.

According to different colors, it can be divided into: natural kraft paper, red kraft paper, white kraft paper, flat kraft paper, single-sided kraft paper, double-colored kraft paper, etc.

According to different uses, it can be divided into: packaging kraft paper, waterproof kraft paper, moisture-proof kraft paper, rust-proof kraft paper, plate-making kraft paper, process kraft paper, insulating kraft paperboard, kraft paper stickers, etc.

According to different materials, it can be divided into: recycled kraft paper, kraft core paper, kraft original paper, rough kraft paper, waxed kraft paper, wood pulp kraft paper, composite kraft paper, etc.