Cocoon Preprint 50 - Recycled Papers

Cocoon Preprint 50

Cocoon Preprint 50 is our 50% recycled, uncoated, preprint laser paper that’s FSC® Mix certified. Impressively, it meets the same performance standards as non-recycled papers with excellent runnability, printability and whiteness (CIE 150); its smooth finish is ideal for high volume laser work.  And with excellent opacity, there’s minimal show through.  

Made from 50% recycled pulp and 50% FSC® virgin fibre, Cocoon Preprint 50 uses waste that may otherwise be sent to landfill, reducing its environmental impact when compared with 100% virgin fibre paper. Good news for you and your business.

Suitable Applications

In the right grammage, Cocoon Reprint 50 is ideal for:

Letterheads, business stationery, report and accounts, CSR & environmental reports, brochures, leaflets, direct mail, books, catalogues, luxury magazines, greeting cards, invitations, menus, business cards, envelopes and limited high speed web inkjet transactional print.  

Key Features

Finishes Uncoated, Preprint
Recycled Content 50%
Whiteness Extra White

Available grammages

  • 80
  • 90
  • 100
  • 120
  • 140
  • 160
Highlights

Printing compatibility

  • Sheet Wet Offset
  • Sheet Dry Offset
  • Heat Set Web Offset
  • Cold Set Web Offset
  • Digital HP Indigo
  • Digital Dry Toner
  • High Speed Web Inkjet
  • Laser Personalisation
  • Office Printing

Mill certifications

  • FSC ®
  • FSC ® Mix
  • ISO 9001
  • ISO 14001
  • ISO 50001
  • OHSAS 18001

Product certifications

  • EU Ecolabel
  • Elemental Chlorine Free (ECF)
  • HP Indigo
  • Toy Safety
  • Archive suitable (DIN 6738)
  • Reach Compliant
  • Heavy Metal Absence
Water
Water
COD 5.6 Kg/t
AOX 0.024 Kg/t
N 0.144 Kg/t
P 0.015 Kg/t
Air
Air
SO2 0.381 Kg/t
NOx 0.886 Kg/t
CO2** 356 Kg/t
Purchased electricity
Purchased Electricity
1,293 KWh/t
Solid waste landfill
Solid waste landfill
20 Kg/t
Carbon Footprint
Carbon Footprint
698 Kg CO2/t

For more information on our carbon footprint see Supporting Information.

Note: These figures include both pulp and paper production.

Arjowiggins Graphic is fully committed to environmental responsibility during the development and production of its pulp and paper*
* Figures based on 2013 measurements
** Fossil energy

ISO 536 ISO 534 ISO 11475 ISO 2470-2 ISO 2471 ISO 8791-3 ISO 5629 ISO 287
Weight (gsm) Bulk (cm3/g) CIE Whiteness ISO Brightness (%) Opacity (%) Roughness Bendtsen (ml/min) Dynamic Stiffness MD (mN.m) Dynamic Stiffness CD (mN.m) Relative Humidity (%)
80 1.15 150 100 94 230 0.40 0.20 30-40
90 1.15 150 100 96 280 0.60 0.32 30-40
100 1.16 150 100 96.5 280 0.75 0.40 30-40
120 1.15 150 100 98 280 0.90 0.45 30-40
140 1.14 150 100 98 330 1.20 0.60 30-40
160 1.14 150 100 99 330 1.80 0.90 30-40

This information is supplied in good faith and is accurate at the date of publication.
Arjowiggins Graphic reserves the right to change or update information as deemed necessary.

Prepress recommendations:

  • Screen rulings (Max 150 lpi)
  • For heavy ink loads, work Under-colour-removal (UCR) is recommended

Printing recommendations:

  • Guaranteed for Offset litho
  • HP Indigo certified
  • Guaranteed for laser personalisation and limited inkjet printing
  • Suitable for use in mono and colour digital printers and dry toner
  • Sheets suitable for letterpress
  • Recommended fount solution wet pH 5.5 +/- 0.5
  • For subsequent laser printing respect storage conditions
  • Suitable for IR-drying and UV-curing
  • Suitable for HSWO (heat set web offset): keep web temperature to a max. of 150° centigrade.
  • Suitable for cold set web offset - pre-testing recommended
  • Suitable for narrow web offset presses

Converting recommendations:

  • Suitable for blind embossing - avoid sharp edges on tools
  • Suitable for die cutting and perforation
  • Suitable for hot foil blocking / cold foil blocking
  • Folding pre-creasing recommended for >150 gsm
  • Suitable for clamps, wire thread and adhesive binding
  • Suitable for envelope machines, folding and inserting process

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