Inkpress Media Rag Cool Tone 300 Paper (17 x 22", 20 Sheets)

BH #INRCC20300 • MFR #PRCT300172220
Inkpress Media Rag Cool Tone 300 Paper (17 x 22", 20 Sheets)
Key Features
  • 100% Cotton Rag
  • Double-Sided
  • Basis Weight: 300 gsm
  • Thickness: 23 mil
This 20 sheet pack of 17 x 22" Rag Cool Tone 300 Paper from Inkpress Media features archival-grade paper that is made of 100% cotton rag with a cool bright white coating. It is also acid and lignin free and has a heavy basis weight of 300 gsm along with a thickness of 23 mil. This paper is double-sided and features a brightness of 95%. Additionally, the archival paper is light and water resistant for lengthening the lifetime of your prints.
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Inkpress Media Rag Cool Tone 300 Overview

This 20 sheet pack of 17 x 22" Rag Cool Tone 300 Paper from Inkpress Media features archival-grade paper that is made of 100% cotton rag with a cool bright white coating. It is also acid and lignin free and has a heavy basis weight of 300 gsm along with a thickness of 23 mil. This paper is double-sided and features a brightness of 95%. Additionally, the archival paper is light and water resistant for lengthening the lifetime of your prints.

UPC: 111261172228

Inkpress Media Rag Cool Tone 300 Specs

MaterialCotton Rag
Basis Weight300 gsm
Thickness24 mil / 0.61 mm
Brightness95%
Single/Double-SidedDouble
Surface FinishMatte
Quantity20 Sheets
Sheet Size (W x L)17 x 22" / 43.2 x 55.9 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)21.9 x 17.5 x 1"
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