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coated paper

[′kōd·əd ′pā·pər]
(materials)
Paper with a surface coating of clay and other materials to produce a smooth, shiny surface; especially useful for fine, detailed, blur-free reproductions in color or black and white. Also known as enamel paper.
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 23, 2019-: Coated Paper Market 2019 Size, Growth, Demand, Application, Segmentation, Competitive Landscape, Share Report, Industry Opportunities, Sales Revenue and Global Forecast to 2025
Global coated paper market is estimated to reach a valuation of US$48.21 bn by the end of 2020
Summary: Global coated paper market is estimated to reach a valuation of US$48.21 bn by the end of 2020
For many commercial printers, the cost savings derived from inkjet technology was offset by the expense of pre-or-post coating the paper or having to purchase specialty inkjet coated paper. With the introduction of the Xerox Trivor A 2400 High Fusion Inkjet Press[SP(1], all that has changed.
It is a producer of high-quality coated paper and is considered the European market leader for coated premium papers.
For the women's fragrance Black Opium, Alliora worked on a square box with a bowl covered with a polyester coated paper with metallic appearance.
In the next step, a transparent topcoat is applied to the coated paper on a paintline.
Taipei, Oct.31, 2012 (CENS) -- With Taiwan Paper Industry Association (TPIA) having withdrawn an anti-dumping investigation related to imported coated paper recently, Taiwan's papermakers including Cheng Loong Corp., Chung Hwa Pulp Corp.
The PCC pigments showed greater light scattering, opacity, and smoothness of the coated paper as compared to the GCC pigment.
Matt coated paper has low surface energy, caused by non polar component on the top of surface paper.
Coated paper manufacturer NewPage Corp., Miamisburg, Ohio, has completed its acquisition of the eight North American paper manufacturing operations of Stora Enso Oyj, including the newsprint machine that the Finnish paper company operated in Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia.