Premier Imaging Canvas Matte Bright White (24" x 40' Roll)

BH #PR29952440 • MFR #2995-2440
Premier Imaging
Premier Imaging Canvas Matte Bright White (24" x 40' Roll)
Key Features
  • 65% Polyester / 35% Cotton Base Material
  • 2:1 Weave Easy-Stretch Canvas
  • Basis Weight: 400 gsm
  • Thickness: 21 mil
Create prints with a stunning dynamic range with this Canvas Matte Bright White from Premier Imaging. Made from a 65% polyester and 35% cotton blend in a 2:1 weave, this textured matte canvas is designed to stretch easy with extra strength. Also, the coating helps produce an extremely high Dmax. The paper itself has a solid heft with a 400 gsm weight and 21 mil thickness and it uses optical brightening agents to achieve a bright white coloration. Additionally, it is instant drying and water resistant.
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Premier Imaging Canvas Matte Bright White (24" x 40' Roll)

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Premier Imaging 2995-2440 Overview

Create prints with a stunning dynamic range with this Canvas Matte Bright White from Premier Imaging. Made from a 65% polyester and 35% cotton blend in a 2:1 weave, this textured matte canvas is designed to stretch easy with extra strength. Also, the coating helps produce an extremely high Dmax. The paper itself has a solid heft with a 400 gsm weight and 21 mil thickness and it uses optical brightening agents to achieve a bright white coloration. Additionally, it is instant drying and water resistant.

This media is available here as a 24" x 40' roll.

UPC: 878928009111

Premier Imaging 2995-2440 Specs

MaterialCanvas
Basis Weight400 gsm
Thickness21 mil / 0.53 mm
OpacityNot specified by manufacturer
BrightnessNot specified by manufacturer
Double/Single-SidedSingle
OBA ContentYes
Surface FinishMatte
Size24" x 40' / 61.0 cm x 12.2 m
Packaging Info
Package Weight9.55 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.6 x 5.3 x 4.9"
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