HP Universal Bond Paper (24" x 500' Roll)

BH #HEUBP24500 • MFR #K6B88A
HP Universal Bond Paper (24" x 500' Roll)
Key Features
  • Basis Weight: 80 gsm
  • Thickness: 4.2 mil
  • Brightness: 110%
  • Whiteness: 160%
Designed for everyday printing in commercial or engineering environments, this 24" x 500' roll of Universal Bond Paper from HP features a basis weight of 80 gsm and a thickness of 4.2 mil. Available in a 3" core, this medium offers a matte surface finish suitable for a wide range of applications and dries nearly instantly at room temperature to help prevent smudging. The paper is also FSC-certified and recyclable through commonly available programs, helping you reduce your impact on the environment. Other features include a brightness of 110%. a whiteness of 160%, and an opacity of 91%.
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HP K6B88A Overview

Designed for everyday printing in commercial or engineering environments, this 24" x 500' roll of Universal Bond Paper from HP features a basis weight of 80 gsm and a thickness of 4.2 mil. Available in a 3" core, this medium offers a matte surface finish suitable for a wide range of applications and dries nearly instantly at room temperature to help prevent smudging. The paper is also FSC-certified and recyclable through commonly available programs, helping you reduce your impact on the environment. Other features include a brightness of 110%. a whiteness of 160%, and an opacity of 91%.

UPC: 848412015874

HP K6B88A Specs

MaterialAlpha Cellulose
Basis Weight80 gsm
Thickness4.2 mil / 0.106 mm
Core Size3" / 7.62 cm
Opacity91%
Brightness110%
Whiteness160%
Single/Double-SidedSingle
Surface FinishMatte
Storage Temperature41 to 104°F / 5 to 40°C
Storage Humidity10 to 80%
Dimensions (W x L)24" x 500' / 60.96 cm x 152.40 m
Packaging Info
Package Weight19.65 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)26.4 x 7.7 x 7.5"
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