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Intended for roll-fed high-speed inkjet presses using pigment aqueous inks, Appvion Triumph™ Treated Ultra P High-Speed Inkjet Paper supports high-color, direct mail, commercial and transpromotional applications. Paper needs no on-press pretreatment or bonding agents and is quick-drying for smear resistance.Â Acid-free and elemental chlorine free, paper is available in white and cream in 24# bond (60# text), and in white in 20#, 28#, 32#, and 38# bond (7 pt).
Original Press Release:
Appvion Expands its Triumph High-Speed Inkjet Paper Line
APPLETON, Wis., -- Appvion, Inc., has announced a significant addition to the high-speed inkjet offering in its specialty papers line. The new Appvion Triumph(TM) Treated Ultra P High-Speed Inkjet Paper is engineered to deliver superior results and improved productivity with roll-fed high-speed inkjet presses using pigment aqueous inks.
The product name is derived from its ultra-high performance and outstanding color outcome with pigment inks. Commercial, publishing and in-plant printers, as well as data centers and mail houses, will benefit from the improved performance. Triumph Treated Ultra P High-Speed Inkjet Paper is an ideal choice for high-color direct mail, commercial and transpromotional applications.
"Our new Triumph Treated Ultra P High-Speed Inkjet Paper needs no on-press pretreatment or bonding agents, making it lower cost to print and easier to use," said Ethan Haas, Appvion's vice president and general manager of carbonless and specialty papers. "It's fully qualified on HP inkjet presses. As with all Triumph Papers, this newly designed product has outstanding print and image quality."
Haas added that the inkjet market space is moving towards pigment inks for higher-color applications. "Triumph Treated Ultra P High-Speed Inkjet Paper enables printers to realize those quality gains while getting optimal sheet stability formation that translates into exceptional runnability and problem-free performance on-press, finishing and post-processing. Our stock offering, low minimums and short lead times offer further business advantages. Plus, the product is backed by Appvion's best-in-class service and a robust distribution network," Haas said.
Appvion's Triumph Treated offerings meet the current and future needs of the rapidly growing inkjet segment. Triumph Treated products are available in a range of basis weights and sizes that ensure users have the right product for any application. In addition to the new Ultra P products, other Triumph Treated papers offer surfaces compatible with both dye and pigment water-based inks.
The entire family yields vibrant color reproduction over a wide gamut with uniform print density, sharp lines and even solids. The papers offer both high brightness and high opacity for excellent image contrast and low show-through. They are quick drying for outstanding smear resistance. Triumph Treated papers are now available in white and cream in 24# bond (60# text), and in white in 20#, 28#, 32# and 38# bond (7 pt.).
A roll-stocking program is available for Triumph High-Speed Inkjet Papers for merchants and printers. Appvion also offers low minimum order quantities and custom roll widths and requested sheet sizes. Appvion will work with customers to develop high-speed inkjet products that have custom colors and basis weights. The company ensures timely delivery via its network of strategically located distribution centers.
All Triumph High-Speed Inkjet Papers are made in the U.S.A. They're acid free, elemental chlorine free (ECF), and manufactured under ISO 14001:2004-certified environmental management systems. FSC(®) Certified (FSC-C003368) product versions are available. Triumph High-Speed Inkjet Papers have been qualified on major OEM presses including Canon Océ, Ricoh, Hewlett Packard, and Screen. Appvion also offers customers technical support for product testing and Triumph High-Speed Inkjet Papers are covered by Appvion's 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Appvion creates product solutions through its development and use of coating formulations and applications. The company produces thermal, carbonless, security, inkjet, digital specialty, and colored papers. Appvion, headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin, has manufacturing operations in Wisconsin, Ohio and Pennsylvania, employs approximately 1,400 people and is 100 percent employee-owned. For more information, visit www.appvion.com.
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