offset paper

offset paper

[′ȯf‚set ‚pā·pər]
(materials)
Paper with a certain degree of porosity as a result of coating with an alkali-swelling resin; used for offset printing.
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Discussed prints are made on woodfree uncoated offset paper. To determine the substrate influence a series of prints on coated art paper for printing were made.
Consumption of offset paper has declined by 48%, office paper by 41% since 2003 and the volume of waste by 11%: from 331 kg/person/year, it has dropped to 294 kg/person/year, of which around 54% is recycled.
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Paper Converting (Youssef Allam & Co) paying US$109,882 to secure a contract worth US$1.2 million, for supplying "offset paper; offset wood-free paper; duplicating paper and bond paper; printing machine; roll paper ..." The company did not comment on the claims to committee's investigators.
Producing 546 metric tons/day of 60-120 g/m2 offset paper, the machine made saleable paper right after start-up at the end of August 2004.
The addition is part of the paper's effort to retire the converted Hoe presses and print a 100% offset paper.
Today, its capacity is 300,000 metric tons/yr of newsprint and 50,000 metric tons/yr of offset paper on four paper machines.