Epson Standard Proofing Paper Premium (250) (13 x 19", 100 Sheets)

BH #EPSPP1319250 • MFR #S450202
Epson Standard Proofing Paper Premium (250) (13 x 19", 100 Sheets)
Key Features
  • Certified GRACoL 1 and Fogra 52
  • Resin-Coated Base Material
  • Basis Weight: 250 gsm
  • Thickness: 10 mil
Certified to GRACoL 1 and Fogra 52 standards for papers with optical brighteners, this Standard Proofing Paper Premium (250) from Epson allows users to proof their documents with a media featuring a wide color gamut and sharp detail. The resin-coated paper is available here as a 100-pack of 13 x 19" sheets and features a basis weight of 250 gsm along with a thickness of 10 mil. Also, the semi-matte media has a high brightness of 106.2% and a whiteness of 135% as well as being instant drying for immediate handling. Additionally, it has L*a*b values of 96, 1.5, -10.
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Epson Standard Proofing Overview

Certified to GRACoL 1 and Fogra 52 standards for papers with optical brighteners, this Standard Proofing Paper Premium (250) from Epson allows users to proof their documents with a media featuring a wide color gamut and sharp detail. The resin-coated paper is available here as a 100-pack of 13 x 19" sheets and features a basis weight of 250 gsm along with a thickness of 10 mil. Also, the semi-matte media has a high brightness of 106.2% and a whiteness of 135% as well as being instant drying for immediate handling. Additionally, it has L*a*b values of 96, 1.5, -10.

UPC: 010343930872

Epson Standard Proofing Specs

CoatingResin
Basis Weight250 gsm
Thickness10 mil / 0.25 mm
Brightness106.2%
Whiteness135%
Single/Double-SidedSingle
OBA ContentYes
Surface FinishLuster
Storage Temperature68 to 77°F / 20 to 25°C
Storage Humidity40 to 60%
Quantity100 Sheets
Sheet Size (W x L)13 x 19" / 33.02 x 48.26 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight1 lb
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Which black ink is to be used with this paper? MatteBlack or PhotoBlack??
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You would use Photo Black.
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Date published: 2018-08-27
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