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Torraspapel extends its range of Termax thermal papers

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

With the incorporation of three new products, Termax meets the demands of a constantly changing market.

Torraspapel, part of the Lecta Group, offers a range of continuously evolving thermal papers, providing excellent thermal image quality, optimum runnability and safe treatment for thermal printer heads.

As a result of significant investments and ongoing research and development, Torraspapel has extended its offer of thermal papers designed for tickets, bills, and point-of-sale receipts manufactured at its Leitza (Navarra, Spain) mill with the incorporation of 3 new products:

-    Termax SF1 58g: high-caliper paper designed for point-of-sale receipts; with a 66-micron caliper, it offers ideal runnability and excellent thermal image quality.
-    Termax SF1 D7 55g: guarantees a printed thermal image of up to 7 years, under appropriate storage conditions; designed for receipts that must be kept for a prolonged period of time.
-    Termax TRO 59g: semi-topcoated paper with a high resistance to environmental agents and thermal image durability of up to 7 years, under appropriate storage conditions; designed for tickets and point-of-sale receipts that must be durable and may come into contact with plasticizers, oils, or grease, or be exposed to heat and light.

The Termax line of papers hold FSC and PEFC chain-of-custody forest certifications and are manufactured in accordance with ISO 90001 quality and ISO 14001 environmental management standards.

Full, updated information on all of Torraspapel's product lines is available at www.torraspapel.com.




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