Standard grades of WHITE Jute Fibres


Name of the Grade   Characteristics of the fibres


 

“Bangladesh White Special”

 => BW Special

White/creamy white. Jute of finest texture, very strong and very good lustre. Completely free from any defect. Clean cut, well-hackled and entirely free from red ends

 


 

“Bangladesh White A”

 => BW A

White to light cream. Jute of fine texture and very good lustre. Completely free from any blemish. Clean cut, well hackled and entirely free from red ends.

 

 

“Bangladesh White B”

 => BW B

Light cream to straw colour. Jute of good texture, strong and good lustre, free from blemish. Clean cut and well-hackled, red ends excluded.

 


“Bangladesh White C”

 => BW C

Light grey/light reddish to straw colour. Clean Jute of sound strength and average lustre. Free from hard specks and croppy or hard gummy tops. Well cut, well-hackled, free from black roots, red soft ends permissible.

 

 

“Bangladesh White D”

 => BW D

Any colour, average strength, occasionally barks and specks permissible. Slightly croppy and gummy tops permissible well cut on the hard and hackled. Red ends permissible.

 

 

“Bangladesh White E”

 => BW E

Any colour. Any strength but free from perished fibre. Free from unretted jute and stick but bark and hard centre permissible. Rough cut on the hard and and hackled.

 

 

 

Remarks: none


 

 

 

Miscellaneous grades of WHITE Jute Fibres


Name of the Grade   Characteristics of the fibres



“Bangladesh White Special”

 => BW Special

White/creamy white. Jute of finest texture, very strong and very good lustre. Completely free from any defect. Clean cut, well-hackled and entirely free from red ends

 


“Bangladesh White A”

 => BW A

White to light cream. Jute of fine texture and very good lustre. Completely free from any blemish. Clean cut, well hackled and entirely free from red ends.

 

“Bangladesh White B”

 => BW B

Light cream to straw colour. Jute of good texture, strong and good lustre, free from blemish. Clean cut and well-hackled, red ends excluded.

 

“Bangladesh White C”

 => BW C

Light grey/light reddish to straw colour. Clean Jute of sound strength and average lustre. Free from hard specks and croppy or hard gummy tops. Well cut, well-hackled, free from black roots, red soft ends permissible.

 

“Bangladesh White D”

 => BW D

Any colour, average strength, occasionally barks and specks permissible. Slightly croppy and gummy tops permissible well cut on the hard and hackled. Red ends permissible.

 

“Bangladesh White E”

 => BW E



Remarks: non

Any colour. Any strength but free from perished fibre. Free from unretted jute and stick but bark and hard centre permissible. Rough cut on the hard and and hackled.

 

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