Foil refers to a thin sheet of metal, around 0.006 inch (0.15 millimetre) thick or less, and widely used in the packaging, household and industrial markets.

-see also:
"Foil" is in the NAICS Code "322225"
  (Laminated Aluminum Foil Manufacturing for Flexible Packaging UsesFoil sheet, laminating purchased foil sheets for packaging applications)

"Foil" is in the HS Code "3920"
  Other Plates, Sheets, Film, Foil And Strip, Of Plastics, Non-Cellular And Reinforced, Laminated, Sup

"Foil" is in the UNSPSC Code "30102000"
Ref: 123845/2006-09-25

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Aluminium foil (Aluminum foil refers to a flat-rolled product, ...)
Hydrofoil (Hydrofoil is a skilike device under a hull. When ...)
Foil Stamping (Foil stamping is the application of foil to paper ...)
roof foil; roofing foil (roof -the protective covering that covers or ...)

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