RePrint Matt - Recycled Papers

RePrint Matt

RePrint Matt is our 60% recycled paper that’s FSC® Mix certified and PEFC™ certified on requestand matt-coated – opening up a range of creative opportunities. Its matt-coated surface is ideal for printing large amounts of text with high readability, while picture reproduction is perfect in both B&W and colour.

With a very high bulk and mid-whiteness of CIE 115, it strikes a fine balance between optimal opacity, high runnability and excellent printability in both sheets and reels

Made using a minimum of 60% recycled fibre content and virgin fibre from sustainable forest sources that are FSC® certified and PEFC™ certified on request, RePrint delivers environmental credentials and performance.

Suitable Applications

RePrint Matt is ideal for:

Report and accounts, brochures, leaflets, direct mail, books (matt finish), catalogues, luxury magazines, greeting cards, invitations, menus, business cards and posters (depending on required opacity). Can also be used to make business stationery.

Key Features

Finish Coated, Matt
Recycled content 60%
Whiteness Mid white

Available grammages

  • 70
  • 80
  • 90
  • 100
  • 115
  • 130
  • 150
  • 170
  • 200
  • 300
Highlights

Printing compatibility

  • Sheet Wet Offset
  • Sheet Dry Offset
  • Heat Set Web Offset
  • Cold Set Web Offset
  • Flexography
  • Screen Printing
  • Digital HP Indigo
  • Digital Dry Toner
  • Laser Personalisation

Mill certifications

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

Product certifications

  • EU Ecolabel
  • Listed WWF Check Your Paper
  • Elemental Chlorine Free (ECF)
  • HP Indigo
  • Toy Safety
  • Archive suitable (DIN 6738)
  • Reach Compliant
  • Heavy Metal Absence
  Le Bourray/Bessé sur Braye
Water
Water
COD 5.1 Kg/t
AOX 0.022 Kg/t
N 0.185 Kg/t
P 0.015 Kg/t
Air
Air
SO2 0.349 Kg/t
NOx 0.562 Kg/t
CO2** 175 kg/t
Purchased electricity
Purchased Electricity
815 KWh/t
Solid waste landfill
Solid waste landfill
14 Kg/t
Carbon Footprint
Carbon Footprint
672 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 5629 ISO 5629 ISO 8254-1
Weight (gsm) Bulk (cm3/g) CIE Whiteness ISO Brightness (%) Opacity (%) Dynamic Stiffness MD (mN.m) Dynamic Stiffness CD (mN.m) Gloss (%)
70 1.0 115 92 92 0.20 0.10 20-25
80 1.0 115 92 94 0.25 0.12 20-25
90 1.0 115 92 95.5 0.30 0.17 20-25
100 1.0 115 92 96 0.45 0.25 20-25
115 1.0 115 92 97 0.80 0.30 20-25
130 1.0 115 92 98 1.05 0.50 20-25
150 1.0 115 92 98 1.80 1.10 20-25
170 1.0 115 92 99 2.20 1.50 20-25
200 1.0 115 92 99 4.00 2.70 20-25
300 1.0 115 92 100 14.50 8.50 20-25

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 175 lpi)
  • For heavy ink loads, work Under-colour-removal (UCR) is recommended

Printing recommendations:

  • Guaranteed for Offset litho
  • Suitable for silk screen printing
  • Sheets suitable for letterpress
  • 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
  • Compatible with IR-drying and UV-curing
  • Suitable for all offset varnishes, acrylic and UV – tests recommended

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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