What is it used for? Since coated papers are smoother, whiter, and finer, they can be used for printing leaflets with photos (130–170 g), tickets (250–300 g), invitations (250–300 g), classic business cards (350–400 g), annual reports, books, brochures, catalogues (130–250 g), direct mailing, magazine covers, magazines, or newspapers.
Brown kraft paper 170 g/m2. The brown kraft paperboard is a type of paperboard that provides increased durability and is suitable for the production of transport packaging and packaging for fragile goods. Its surface has a special coating that ensures excellent print quality, is pleasant to the touch, and provides good water resistance.
This packaging material is used to make boxes for a variety of household products, electrical products, and similar items. Thanks to its structure and composition, the paperboard is rigid and stable.
Use: designer eco-friendly packaging for ready-made meals, cakes, pies, confectionery, fast food (burgers, nuggets, french fries), frozen pizza, strawberries, herbs, cereals, pasta, cosmetics, perfumes, or hygiene products.
– Environment-friendly The kraft paper decomposes faster.
– Resistant to wear. The kraft paper is denser and withstands greater loads.
– Resistance to moisture. The kraft paper absorbs moisture slower.
Brown kraft paper
Offset paper 140, 250 g/m² white wood-free non-coated offset paper and paperboard suitable for daily use. Compared to coated paper, offset paper has a non-treated matt, coarser surface. 80 g papers are used in copying machines in companies and at home.
What is it used for? Letterheaded papers (90g), forms, diaries, calendars, notebooks, notepads, colouring books, exercise books, technical documents, brochures, books, leaflets.