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Common specifications and thickness of thermal paper rolls.
May 30, 2018

The common weight of heat sensitive paper is 55 grams, 58 grams, 63 grams, 65 grams, 70 grams, 80 grams, 100 grams, 180 grams, 200 grams and 230 grams.

The weight of heat sensitive printing paper refers to the net quantity. The unit is gram per square meter, or short gram. Printed paper

55 grams of thermal sensitive paper thickness is thinner, usually used in facsimile paper and medical electrocardiogram drawings and other fields, the color density requirement is high, and the general 55 grams of thermal sensitive paper will be called facsimile thermal sensitive paper.

58 grams of heat sensitive paper is used in the field of cash register paper, and the color requirement of facsimile heat sensitive paper is slightly lower than that of 55 grams, and the thickness is almost the same as that of 55 grams of heat sensitive printing paper. The ordinary use of this paper more, the number of meters required high thickness is not high requirements will be preferred 58 grams of thermal paper, because the same can be printed meters, 58 grams of small diameter, space less.

63 grams, 65 grams and 70 grams is the final net amount obtained by the thermal sensitive coating coating on different thickness based on the original paper of different thickness. This type is most applied in the field of thermal sensitive printing paper of the paper. The thickness of 76U-82U is the result of the manufacturer's individualized customization according to the demand of market differentiation, and also the manufacturer itself. The selection of different devices.


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