Eural Offset - Recycled Papers

Eural Offset

Eural Offset is a 100% recycled, uncoated offset paper that’s available FSC® Recycled and PEFC on request. A bulky paper, it offers a whiteness of 88-95 CIE depending on grammage, as well as good opacity, a smooth surface and excellent printability – even with large print runs.

Manufactured at the Le Bourray mill near Le Mans, France, Eural Offset is one of our high-grade papers made using an in-line pulp production process – so there’s no need to transport pulp at any stage of production. As well as a low carbon footprint, Eural also diverts waste from landfill, reduces water and energy usage, and negates the need for wood as a raw material.

Suitable Applications

Eural Offset is ideal for a range of applications, including:

Manuals, brochures, inserts, financial reports, invitations, catalogues, school exercise books*, calendars, dividers, press kits, report and accounts, leaflets, direct mail, magazines, greeting and business cards, menus, business stationery and envelopes.

*For use in exercise books, a specific treatment can be added on request.

Key Features

Finish Uncoated, Offset
Recycled content 100%
Whiteness Natural

Available grammages

  • 60
  • 65
  • 70
  • 75
  • 80
  • 90
  • 100
  • 115
  • 130
  • 250
  • 300
  • 350
Highlights

Printing compatibility

  • Sheet Wet Offset
  • Sheet Dry Offset
  • Heat Set Web Offset
  • Cold Set Web Offset
  • Laser Personalisation
  • Office Printing

Mill certifications

  • FSC ®
  • FSC ® Recycled
  • PEFC
  • ISO 9001
  • ISO 14001
  • ISO 50001
  • OHSAS 18001

Product certifications

  • EU Ecolabel
  • Blue Angel
  • Listed WWF Check Your Paper
  • Process Chlorine Free (PCF)
  • Toy Safety
  • Archive suitable (DIN 6738)
  • Reach Compliant
  • Food contact approved (BGVV36)
  • Heavy Metal Absence
  Le Bourray
Water
Water
COD 1.7 Kg/t
AOX 0.000 Kg/t
N 0.036 Kg/t
P 0.009 Kg/t
Air
Air
SO2 0.001 Kg/t
NOx 0.144 Kg/t
CO2** 158 Kg/t
Purchased electricity
Purchased Electricity
751 KWh/t
Solid waste landfill
Solid waste landfill
9 Kg/t
Carbon Footprint
Carbon Footprint
489 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
Weight (gsm) Bulk (cm3/g) CIE Whiteness ISO Brightness (%) Opacity (%) Roughness Bendtsen (ml/min) Dynamic Stiffness MD (mN.m) Dynamic Stiffness CD (mN.m)
60 1.25 88 76 92 280 0.18 0.07
65 1.25 90 78 94 280 0.20 0.08
70 1.25 90 78 95 280 0.25 0.10
75* 1.25 90 78 95 280 0.26 0.12
80 1.25 90 76 96.5 280 0.40 0.15
90 1.23 90 78 97 280 0.67 0.24
100 1.23 90 78 98 280 0.90 0.27
115 1.23 90 78 98.5 280 1.12 0.48
130 1.23 90 78 99 280 1.50 0.70
250* 1.17 95 82 99.5 520 8.30 4.10
300* 1.17 95 82 100 520 14.20 7.00
350* 1.16 95 82 100 550 21.20 10.80

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
  • Sheets suitable for letter press
  • Suitable for use in mono and colour laser printers and dry toner
  • Recommended fount solution wet pH 5.5 +/- 0.5
  • 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
  • Compatible with IR-drying and UV-curing
  • Suitable for all offset, acrylic and UV varnishes – pre testing reccommended

Converting recommendations:

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

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