Color Copy is the leading paper for full colour printing, guaranteeing true-to-life, brilliant colour copies and perfect print results. Ideal for Certificates / presentations / proposals / brochures / annual reports / invitations / letterheads / compliment slips / flyers / legal documents.
In a New Zealand workplace, Color Copy Paper Uncoated A4 120gsm Pack 250 is a versatile choice for various printing needs. Whether it's for creating professional certificates, impressive presentations, eye-catching brochures, or important legal documents, this high-quality paper delivers sharp prints and brilliant colour reproduction.
With its special surface treatment, Color Copy Paper ensures that your prints come out vibrant and true to life. The paper formulation is designed for even toner transfer, resulting in excellent print quality with every use. Not only does this enhance the visual impact of your prints, but it also reduces wear on your printing machinery, making it a cost-effective option for businesses.
The Color Copy Paper Uncoated A4 120gsm Pack 250 is specially developed for toner applications, making it the leading choice for color laser printing. It is indigo compatible and toner approved, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of printers and copiers. This pack contains 250 sheets of A4 size paper, providing ample supply for your printing needs.
When it comes to sustainability, Color Copy Paper Uncoated A4 120gsm Pack 250 meets the highest standards. It is FSC certified, indicating that the paper comes from responsibly managed forests. By choosing this paper, you are supporting sustainable forestry practices and contributing to the protection of our environment.
- Pack Size: 250 sheets
- Paper Type: Uncoated
- Paper Size: A4
- Weight: 120gsm
- Colour: White
- Whiteness of Paper (CIE): 161
- Opacity %: 95
- Acid Free: Yes
- Hole Punched: No
With its exceptional print quality, reliability, and sustainable credentials, Color Copy Paper Uncoated A4 120gsm Pack 250 is the perfect choice for businesses and organizations in New Zealand.