The special sublimation heat transfer paper for office use is classified according to the size of the paper and the number of layers, such as 241-1, 241-2, which represent the narrow-line printing paper of 1 and 2 layers, and of course there are 3 layers of 4 Layered; commonly used wide-line printing paper and 381-1, 381-2 and so on. For example: 241-2 refers to carbonless printing paper (also called pressure sensitive paper). Can only print on a stylus printer. 241 stands for: 9.5 inches, which is the width of the paper. This type of paper is also called 80-column printing paper, that is to say, normal font, 80 characters per line. The main uses of these papers are: outbound/inbound orders, reports, receipts. Applicable to: banks, hospitals, etc.
Carbonless printing paper, also known as pressure sensitive printing paper, is composed of top paper (CB), middle paper (CFB) and bottom paper (CF). It uses the principle of chemical reaction between the color developing agent of the microcapsule and the acid clay in the color developing agent layer. During printing, the printing needle presses the paper surface to achieve the color development effect. The common and commonly used color layers are 2 to 6 layers.
When purchasing carbonless printing paper, pay attention to whether the outer packaging of the paper is damaged (if the outer packaging is damaged or deformed, it may cause the paper inside to develop color). B: Open the outer package and check whether the inner package has a certificate, whether the paper is damp, whether it is wrinkled, whether the color can meet the requirements you want (usually tear off a copy and write a few on it in normal writing Then look at the color rendering of the last layer) C: Confirm whether the specifications of the printing paper are what you need, so as to avoid unnecessary waste and trouble.
heat transfer paper manufacturer commonly used carbonless printing paper specifications are 80 columns or 132 columns, as well as special specifications (width, length, horizontal equal parts, vertical equal parts, etc.). The most commonly used is 80 columns, the size is: 9.5 inches X 11 inches (with holes on both sides, 22 holes on each side, the hole distance between each two holes is 0.5 inches) approximately equal to 241 mm X 279 mm. 80 columns of paper are usually divided into three specifications:
1: Full page (9.5 inches X 11 inches).
2: One half (9.5 inches X 11/2 inches).
3: One-third (9.5 inches X 11/3 inches).