NovaJet Coated Paper Premium 100 (CPP 100)

NovaJet Coated Paper Premium 100
For water based (dye & pigment) inkjet printing of proofing, architectural & engineering drawings
Product Description & Application
NovaJet Coated Paper Premium 100 (CPP 100) is top-coated with a matte colour-receptive layer for the printing of engineering drawings, architectural layouts & imposition proofs, GIS imaging & remote sensing applications.
Features & Benefits
High image definition & line clarity for better resolution and sharpness
Superior whiteness for wide colour gamut & deep rich colours
High opacity for limited show-through
Quick drying for high productivity
Product Specifications
Base
:
Wood-free paper
Thickness
:
100 gsm (± 5 gsm)
Surface Finish
:
Matte
Ink Compatibility
:
Water-based Dye & Pigment Inks
Ink Limit
:
200%
Shelf-Life
:
Two years from the date of manufacture when stored in original packing at 20 - 25oC and 50% RH.
Available Sizes
:
610 mm x 45 m; 914 mm x 45 m; 1067 mm x 45 m & 1118 mm x 45 m
Also available in custom size rolls on request
Durability of Media
The durability of the printed image is dependent on the fading characteristics of the inks used. Please consult the ink manufacturer for technical advice.
If the printed graphics are likely to be exposed to corrosive liquids, smoke, fumes or a highly polluted atmosphere or if there is a likelihood of scratching or friction, it is strongly recommended that the prints are laminated with a UV stabilized vinyl lamination film with a solvent-based adhesive.
This media, when printed with water-based pigment inks and protected as indicated above (with a laminate), can have an image life expectancy of up to 4 weeks.
Usage Instructions
It is recommended to condition the media in the normal printing environment for 24 hours before printing.
While printing, care must be taken to modify the print file to suit the ink limit of the media. For best results, please ensure proper colour calibration. For further assistance, please consult our Applications Experts or contact our HelpDesk.
The media should be printed within the specified ink limit. Exceeding the ink limit can lead to longer drying time, bleeding, lower resolution and poor adhesion of the lamination film.
The absorbent nature of the paper may result in the warping of the media when printed with a heavy, graphic intensive file leading to difficulties in printing. Special care should be taken while printing such files to avoid damage to the printer head. Please contact our Applications Experts for film-based media (self-adhesive / nonadhesive) designed for such applications.
Printed media should be protected by a cold, UV stabilized, pressure sensitive laminate only. The prints should be thoroughly dried before lamination. The lamination film must be checked for compatibility with the media. Exposure to more than 40°C through a heat lamination process is not at all recommended.
Before mounting the prints onto PVC Foam Board, Polycarbonate or Acrylic sheets, it is recommended to conduct compatibility tests with the mounting film in normal use conditions. Substrates must be moisture-free before mounting. Please refer to the suppliers' instructions concerning the conditioning of the substrate before use. Be careful to avoid re-absorbtion of moisture from the air, during and after mounting. Never use the “wet method” to mount prints.
Printed media should be thoroughly dried before rolling-up for transport to avoid ink smearing.
A fresh pair of cotton gloves should be used while handling the bare media to avoid sweat; grease and oil transfer on to the media that could adversely affect the print quality.
When not in use, the media should be stored in its original packing. Over exposed to humidity will cause cockling on print surface while printing.