ImagePerfect™ 2405 Poster Paper
Waterproof Poster Paper, Gloss, 135g/m
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ImagePerfectTM 2405 Poster Paper, is a highly scratch proof paper intended for indoor and short-term outdoor applications, such as promotional posters and billboard advertising. This material has been specifically designed for digital printing on large-format inkjets and is suitable for printing with eco-solvent, solvent, latex and UV-cured inks.
IP 2405 offers high resistance to mechanical wear even when wet and does not tear when being folded.
IP 2405 has a top coating that results in exceptionally high printing quality. This paper can be printed very economically because of its special top-coating that allows for comparable levels of printing with less ink usage than would be the case on a standard product. Due to the paper's top coating, an ink limit of 220% should not be exceeded when aiming for optimum and speedy printing results. If this paper is printed with a higher limit, fractures may occur showing white lines when folded. This will also result in much longer drying times, which can cause problems when printing roll to roll.
IP 2405 is sustainable manufactured following the ISO 14001 standards. Further IP 2405 meets the requirements of FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council) and has been certified accordingly. The wood which has been used to produce this paper is of guaranteed socially and environmentally responsible forestry.
Laminate: IP2810-100, IP2810-101, IP2810-102, IP2820-100, IP2820-101, IP2810-200, IP2820-200, IP2830-101, IP2830-102, IP2830-200.
|Interior or Exterior use||
Material Ink Compatibility
|Shelf Life||2 years (20°C / 50% relative humidity)|
|Durability (range)||Up to 3 months|
Be aware that paper is a heat and humidity sensitive medium, therefore it tends to show buckling much faster. Buckling may occur when leaving the material on the heater plate without printing. Before printing is resumed, be sure to perform a media feed in order to move the buckles away from the danger zone to avoid headstrikes