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Laminated vs Synthetic Paper: Which one Is The Best for Durable Applications

Posted by Layla May on Sep 11, 2018 10:00:00 AM
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Topics: Synthetic paper, Laminated Paper, Waterproof paper

Does Your Application Require Resistance to Tearing?

Posted by Layla May on Aug 6, 2018 8:38:55 AM

Printers are turning to durable laminate paper for its waterproof, tear-resistant qualities. Could it work for some of your applications?

Paper/film/paper is a smart choice for its durability and environmental advantages. This water-resistant, tear-resistant laminate prints and converts like traditional papers while offering comparable durability to synthetic papers. Marketers, designers, and print professionals have a new choice with this diverse substrate, which offers the best of both worlds.

To help you learn more about paper laminates, here are the answers to frequently asked questions. 

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Topics: durable paper, resistant paper

PaperTyger is Approved for Mattress Law Label

Posted by Layla May on Jul 26, 2018 10:41:01 AM

PaperTyger, a leader of high quality, technologically advanced, cost competitive, durable papers now offers law labels that: “shall be of white vellum cloth, or a cloth or Tyvek of comparable quality which will not flake out when abraded”, subject to rule of the Ohio Administrative Code. This is thanks to recent approval by the Division of Industrial Compliance that found PaperTyger’s materials to be of “comparable quality” to those expressly authorised above. Consequently, PaperTyger product F5066 is an authorised material for mattress law label production.

What is a law label?

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Topics: Label Law, Mattress Law, Mattress Label

How to Avoid Card Clash with RFID Protector

Posted by Layla May on Jul 9, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Advances in technology can improve our lifestyle in many ways. Contactless payment technology has allowed us to quickly and conveniently pay for purchases at many shops and restaurants by simply holding our debit or credit card against an RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) scanner. It’s also accepted as a form of payment on some transport services, including TFL (Transport for London). This makes journeys quick and easy with a simple tap.

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Topics: Card Clash, RFID

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