|Size||420 x 297mm|
|Pack Size||500 sheets, 1 ream|
|Paper Source||Farmed Trees|
|Applications||Laser, Inkjet, Copier, Fax & 2 Side Copying|
7 Advantages of Double A Paper
Everything is in the fiber, and Double A high fiber content makes it the best copy paper for high-speed machines. Here are seven reasons why:
Good Runnability: Our precision rotary paper cutting machines significantly reduce paper jams in copiers, a quality proven in a tough. No Jam Runnability test performed under independent laboratory conditions in which 60 pages per minute were copied for 24 continuous hours.
Printing Sharpness: Doubles smooth surface allows for good toner transfer, making copies as sharp as the original.
Excellent Smoothness: Double A smooth surface gives it a high quality touch and makes for effortless copying, especially in high-speed machines.
Bright Appearance: Double A 148-151 CIE whiteness provides high print contrast and resistance to fading.
Enhanced Copier Performance: The sharp blades on our advanced sheet cutting machines result in a lower dust content when printing or copying, prolonging the life of office equipment.
Two-Sided Use: The high opacity and excellent formation resulting from Double A high quality fiber allows double-sided use.
Longer Storage Period for Documents: Acid free paper has longer shelf life, making it perfect for storing documents.
Double A Paper Properties
Double A has 30 million fibers per gram, a unique characteristic that gives Double A its: -
Smooth surface -High density -High opacity- Low ash content -Good formation
Smoothness: Smoothness is a measure of the flatness of a paper surface and affects how it moves through a printer or copy machine. A smoother surface also has a high-quality feel, is pleasing to the eye, and is particularly well suited to high-speed machines.
Roughness is taken into account when measuring a paper moothness, and the lower the number the better the paper. Paper roughness varies from the top of a sheet to the bottom due to gravitational forces.
Bending: Bending strength improves a paper contact with the copy machine and prevents tearing the higher the bending strength the better.
Density: Another property of good paper is density, which refers to its strength, smoothness and opacity the higher the density, the smoother the surface, but with lower opacity and strength.
Opacity: Opacity is the measure of how much light is prevented from passing through a sheet. High opacity is usually associated with high filler content and results in a high ash reading under test conditions. Double opacity comes from the unique features of its pulp, giving it high opacity with low ash content.
Ash Content: Ash Content is another key to good paper formation a property that is associated with filler use, high ash content equals high filler content.
Formation: Formation is an indicator of how evenly fibers and fillers are distributed in a paper sheet. Paper with poor formation has an uneven surface with thin spots and thick spots.
Light Fastness: Light fastness is a good indicator of a paper resistance to fading or change of color when exposed to sunlight the longer the line, the longer a paper will retain color.