|B10||1.22 × 1.57 in|
|B9||1.73 × 2.44 in|
|B8||2.44 × 3.46 in|
|B7||3.46 × 4.92 in|
|B6||4.92 × 6.93 in|
|B5||6.93 × 9.84 in|
|B4||9.84 × 13.9 in|
|B3||13.9 × 19.69 in|
|B2||19.69 × 27.95 in|
|B1||27.83 × 39.37 in|
|B0||39.37 × 55.51 in|
The B-Series of papers consists of 10 papers that are released by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) and are the only papers that are accepted by the ICAEW for its qualifying examinations. They are also referred to as the syllabus papers.
The B-Series is available in a variety of sizes, including A3, A4, A3+, A2, A1, A0, A1+, A0+, A0, B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B7, B8. These are characterized by their high light-fastness and their high resistance to chemicals and solvents.
These paper sizes were created to make it easier for people to find paper sizes in the B-Series. Each B-Series paper size has a width of 22.5 cm and a height of 29.7 cm. Within the B-Series, there are over 30 paper sizes. This is because they have a larger surface area than A-Series paper sizes. It is also important to use B-Series paper sizes because they are used internationally.
Purposes of using B-Series Papers
In instances where you can’t use A-series, then B series papers are used as an alternative. Similar to the A series papers, its The sizes and dimensions of B-series are defined by the ISO 216 International Standard for paper sizes just like A-Series papers. Every company needs promotional material. For that, they need to make some attractive and eye-catching promotional material. The best option for that is to use B-Series paper.
- B-Series paper sizes are ideal for when you are printing in color.
- They are used by artists, designers, publishers, and printers for fine art, commercial, and industrial applications.
- B-Series paper is used by government and military agencies to create documents that can be destroyed in a fire.
- It is also used by medical and financial institutions that need to maintain documents that are easily destroyed.