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carbonless copy paper

[′kär·bən·ləs ′käp·ē ‚pā·pər]
(materials)
A sheet of paper, used to make duplicate copies of written or printed material, whose back is coated with a layer of microcapsules that contain a dye in colorless form in a hydrocarbon solvent; writing or printing pressure breaks the capsules and releases the dye, which reacts with a clay or phenolic resin coating on top of a second paper sheet, located directly below the first, to produce visible color.
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To add some credibility to the concern over use of carbonless paper are the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health reports that there is a possible worksite health problem, with a paper on the subject to be researched by NIOSH before the year's end.
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AWA said the closure was part of a strategy to restore profitability and remain a world leader in the carbonless paper market.
Appleton, based in Appleton, Wisconsin, is the world's largest producer of carbonless paper and the only producer of the NCR PAPER* brand carbonless paper and the leading North American producer of thermal paper.
Carbonless paper (white) CB, 55-60 gr / sqm size 61x86 cm = 1 tonne
Appvion formed the division nearly 10 years ago to leverage the company's 50 years of experience, technical expertise and large-scale production capabilities for microencapsulation that it developed through its production of carbonless paper.
While Appleton retains its traditional carbonless paper business, it is aggressively developing new paper products and products outside the traditional paper industry.
Carrs Paper of Cranmore Boulevard, Shirley, has been hit by the high pound and a fall in demand for its packaging materials and carbonless paper, which goes into stationery and is the company's main business.