Premier Imaging PremierArt Generations Aqua Color Paper (42" x 66' Roll)

BH #PR28434266 • MFR #2843-4266
Premier Imaging
Premier Imaging PremierArt Generations Aqua Color Paper (42" x 66' Roll)
Key Features
  • 30% Cotton, 70% Cellulose Textured Paper
  • Basis Weight: 310 gsm
  • Thickness: 15 mil
  • Optical Brightening Agents Added
Produce high-quality images with this 42" x 66' roll of PremierArt Generations Aqua Color Paper from Premier Imaging. With an acid-free construction and fine texture, this medium is designed for artists and photographers that want to create lasting prints with a high dynamic range. It is made of 30% cotton and 70% cellulose and features a thickness of 15 mil.
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Premier Imaging PremierArt Generations Aqua Color Paper (42" x 66' Roll)

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Premier Imaging Generations Aqua Color Overview

Produce high-quality images with this 42" x 66' roll of PremierArt Generations Aqua Color Paper from Premier Imaging. With an acid-free construction and fine texture, this medium is designed for artists and photographers that want to create lasting prints with a high dynamic range. It is made of 30% cotton and 70% cellulose and features a thickness of 15 mil.

The Generations Aqua Color paper has a basis weight of 310 gsm, which allows it to faithfully reproduce most images in fine detail. Optical brightening agents are used to whiten the medium and enhance its appearance, helping ensure that the image comes out correctly. With a matte surface finish, the paper is more subdued than glossy mediums and is suitable for a wide range of situations.

Premier Imaging Generations Aqua Color Specs

MaterialAlpha Cellulose, Cotton Rag
CoatingNone
Basis Weight310 gsm
Thickness15 mil / 0.38 mm
Single/Double-SidedSingle
OBA ContentYes
Surface FinishMatte
Dimensions (W x L)42" x 66' / 106.68 cm x 20.12 m
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