All Neenah Paper Digital Finish Papers Obtain HP Indigo Certification
Press release from the issuing company
ALPHARETTA, GA (November 13, 2008) - Neenah Paper is pleased to announce that all CLASSIC CREST Digital and CLASSIC Linen Digital Papers are now HP Indigo Certified. These new Digital Finish papers are engineered for a wide array of full production digital presses. They are available in three colors, four weights, and four digital sizes in both CLASSIC CREST Digital and CLASSIC Linen Digital Papers, making it easy to mix coordinated textured and smooth premium papers.
The HP Indigo Substrate Certification Program at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) is a series of tests for performance properties including runnability, ink transferability, and blanket compatibility.
"Third-party certification demonstrates that Neenah Paper is willing to hold itself to the highest policies and standards of a credible, independent third party. This gives our customers the assurance and confidence that our products meet the highest HP Indigo performance expectations," says Pamela Hill, Brand Manager for Neenah Paper.
With this update Neenah Paper has more than doubled its number of HP Certified items, making all CLASSIC CREST Digital, CLASSIC Linen Digital, and CORONADO SST Papers third-party certified for HP Indigo. The Neenah Digital offering composes a comprehensive selection of premium papers that are engineered to work on any digital printing press. Neenah Paper also offers a full selection of premium laser and ink jet guaranteed papers for office technology.
For more information and a complete listing of certified Neenah Digital items visit www.neenahpaper.com/digital.
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