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HP Photo-Realistic Poster Paper
HP Photo-Realistic Poster Paper is a recyclable, highly versatile, high-performance media, delivering high image quality for indoor applications.
Maximize productivity thanks to the quick dry time and some water-resistance without lamination. Ideal for mid-volume print service providers (PSPs) looking for an affordable photo-realistic poster paper.
HP Photo-Realistic Poster Paper delivers quality that rivals prints made with photo-based papers, making it the ideal media for a wide range of graphic display applications. This media can be used for a variety of indoor print applications.
Features a fast dry time for easy post-print processing. HP Photo-Realistic Poster Paper can be laminated, mounted and processed conventionally, and enables users to move greater volumes for better profit margins.
This paper-based media delivers vibrant, photo-realistic prints for high-impact displays anywhere, and is a great alternative to more costly photo media. It delivers top quality images comparable to indoor photo paper.
Recycling opportunities for this product currently only available in limited areas
Customers should consult local recycling resources for recycling this product.
|Earth Friendly Manufactured||Post Consumer Recycled Content||Bio-Degradable||Recyclable|
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- 36x200ft ... #HP CG419A
- 54x200ft ... #HP CG420A
- 60x200ft ... #HP CG421A
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|CONDITION OF USE AND STOCKING
Shelf Life: HP Photo-Realistic Poster Paper has a shelf life of 12 months after receipt from Sonoma Graphic Products. Storage (new and partially used rolls): For quality reasons HP Photo-Realistic Poster Paper should be stored and converted under conditions of 35-65% relative humidity and at a temperature of 10-30°C. Storage of open rolls: When an open roll of media is not being used » remove the roll from the printer » cover the roll with a plastic bag to protect it from contaminants » if you are storing it on end, use an end plug and tape down the edge to prevent damage to the edge of the roll » do not lay sharp or heavy objects on unprotected rolls and do not stack them.