With JETSCRIPT DLS 9020, Mitsubishi HiTec Paper is offering a new, double-sided satin coated inkjet paper for the growing market of high-speed inkjet printing. The special feature is that the 90g paper provides a unique offset- feel and is ideally suited for use with both pigment and dye inks.
More and more high-speed inkjet users want to use a paper that displays offset characteristics. With DLS 9020, Mitsubishi now meets this requirement. This creates a new business opportunity for printing specialists, because DLS 9020 is designed specifically for applications such as print-on-demand, brochures & magazines, transpromo and direct mail.
The new paper offers a number of features:
- Satin coated both sides
- Satin on printed surface also
- Unique offset feel
- Good opacity and very good colour reflection
- High White
- Wide colour gamut allows for accurate reproduction of even critical colours
- Very good full-area reproduction
- Designed for pigment & dye inks
- Immediate and fast processing in post printing process
- De-inkable and thus ecologically sustainable
JETSCRIPT DLS 9020 is available in jumbo rolls in various widths from now. Inkjet Papers for all applications from one source - only at Mitsubishi HiTec Paper.
Mitsubishi HiTec Paper Europe GmbH is a German subsidiary of Mitsubishi Paper Mills Ltd., Japan, one of the world's most important manufacturers of speciality paper. The roughly 700 employees at Mitsubishi HiTec Paper Europe produce high-quality thermal papers (thermoscript), digital imaging papers (jetscript), carbonless papers (giroform) and label papers (supercote) at two tradition-rich locations in Bielefeld and Flensburg.
Each factory stands out for integrated paper production, state-of-the-art production machinery and innovative coating technologies. Through its dense global sales network, Mitsubishi HiTec Paper Europe supplies a full range of speciality papers featuring a modular system for every application – and is a highly capable partner whenever customised coated communication paper solutions are required.