Mondi extends its portfolio of digital printing papers with DNS colour print


DNS colour print is the latest development in Mondi’s professional printing portfolio. The new digital colour printing paper falls within the company’s offering of smooth high-white papers for a broad spectrum of applications that demand high-impact colour saturation.

The DNS brand by international pulp and paper maker Mondi continues to grow with the launch of DNS colour print, the company’s latest development for the fast growing digital printing market. This latest paper offers customers the high whiteness level (170 CIE) characteristic of DNS premium and DNS high-speed inkjet. However, DNS colour print introduces an extra smooth surface to the list of features and benefits comprising the full brand portfolio. The smooth finish combined with the paper’s high opacity allows for full colour reproduction for duplex printing. With far-reaching potential for print applications, DNS colour print is specially engineered for digital colour printing on laser printers, copiers, and digital colour presses. Moreover, DNS colour print is produced with ColourLok Technology, which is a class of paper additives that visibly enhance the print quality of inkjet documents while providing faster drying times.

With a range of grammages from 80-300 g/m2 in A4, A3 (LG/SG) and SRA3 formats, versatility is a prime benefit for printers handling diverse applications from marketing collateral to invitations to business cards. DNS colour print is also suitable for preprint applications such as letterhead and office stationery.

“The research and development for DNS colour print took place at Mondi Neusielder mill in Austria, where the paper is produced. Mondi Neusiedler has been in the paper making business for more than 200 years and has led the way in developing papers for digital printing for more than 20 years. Its reputation for high quality and innovation is well-earned and recognised by professionals in the paper industry,” said Johannes Klumpp, marketing and sales director for Mondi Uncoated Fine Paper.

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