Canvas is described as a tightely woven cloth used for sails, covers, dodgers and biminis. Typically made from cotton, hemp or linen. Sailcloth made out of synthetic materials are now used for modern sails.

-see also:
"Canvas" is in the NAICS Code "31491"
  (Textile Bag and Canvas MillsTextile Bag and Canvas Mills)


"Canvas" is in the HS Code "5907"
  Textile Fabrics Otherwise Impreganted, Coated Or Covered; Painted Canvas Being Theatrical Scenery; S

"Canvas" is in the UNSPSC Code "24111501"
  Canvas bags
Ref: 122254/2006-10-09


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