Xerox Matte Presentation Paper 120 g/m2

Xerox Matte Presentation Paper 120 g/m2
Media Product Data Sheets
Xerox Matte Presentation Paper 120 g/m2
Product Description
An economical, general-purpose, matte-coated presentation paper available in three weights. The two lighter weight
offerings (90 g/m2 and 120 g/m2) are designed for lower ink density printing with all inkjet plotters commonly used
in these environments. This paper, in either 90 g/m2 or 120 g/m2 base weight, gives sharp line definition (meeting
the GIS/CAD line width specifications) and can accept lower-density color fills giving uniform shades with instant
drying. These lightweight matte presentation papers are not suitable for high-density graphic imaging.
The 90g/m2 base weight is intended for everyday output and the 120 g/m2 variant gives extra stiffness and thickness
for high quality presentation drawings. Both are treated also on the reverse to prevent curl. The 120 g/m2 paper can
be used as a low-cost poster proofing paper.
Applications
High quality CAD line drawings with low and medium density solid color infill, charts, mapping, corporate
or organization charts, simple signage (i.e. door signs, changeable short-term menu/price signs, schedules
and timetables, survey/mapping/graphic “proofs” for review prior to final graphic production on higher
capacity media.
Physical Properties
Product Code
Width
Length
m2
Base Weight
120 g/m2
023R02084
1524 mm
60"
46 m
150 ft
70
Caliper (microns)
160
023R02085
1270 mm
50"
46 m
150 ft
58
Whiteness (CIE)
132
023R02086
1067 mm
42"
46 m
150 ft
49
Opacity
96%
023R02087
914 mm
36"
46 m
150 ft
42
023R02088
610 mm
24"
46 m
150 ft
28
Compatibility
Printer
Ink Type
HP 1XXX
Dye (& Black Pigmented)
HP 2XXX/3XXX/5XXX
Dye/Pigment
Epson Stylus Pro 7000/7500/9000/9500
Dye/Pigment
Epson Stylus Pro 7600/9600/10600
Dye/Ultrachrome®
Encad Novajet
GA/GS/GS+/GX/GO
Critical Operating Instructions
• For best results store and use within temperatures of 64-77°F (18-25°C) and relative humidity of 40-60%.
• Attempting full-density graphics prints will overload these lightweight papers with ink. This may cause cockle
and distortion of the paper which can result in head strikes and damage to the inkjet writing heads.
• Allow prints to dry before laminating.
• Lamination is recommended for prints requiring satin, matte, high gloss or other finishes and/or prints requiring
UV protection or greater general durability if they may be subject to moisture or handling. Best used with
thermal laminates on both sides of a print.
Xerox Wide Format Supplies Applications Guide
Version 2.0; April 2005
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