carbonless paper


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carbonless paper

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a sheet of paper impregnated with dye which transfers writing or typing onto the copying surface below without the necessity for carbon pigment. See carbon paper
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carbonless paper

[ˈkɑːbənlɪsˈpeɪpəʳ] Npapel m autocopiativo
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Conditions of the sale include a long-term supply agreement whereby Encapsys will continue to produce and sell microcapsules to Appvion that Appvion uses to produce its carbonless paper.
com)-- TRANSACT will exhibit point-of-sale paper and supplies for the hospitality industry, including POS paper rolls, thermal paper rolls, bond paper rolls, 2-ply and 3-ply carbonless paper rolls, Inkjet Cartridges, guest checks, credit card supplies and more.
The range extends from commodity-grade uncoated paper products, to value added coated paper products that include cast coat paper, tissue, specialty papers, carbonless paper, stationery and office products.
More than 30 workers were left facing Christmas on the dole after the Shirley carbonless paper manufacturer went to the wall, it emerged today.
Mill owners, ArjoWiggins, run by the Italian Fiat owning Agnelli family, are blaming the decline in the carbonless paper market on the plans to close and say the plant could close as early as September this year.
Arjo Wiggins are Europe's largest carbonless paper producer, with a turnover of more than pounds 250million
The troubled Arjo Wiggins Corpach mill in Fort William, Argyll, specialises in the production of the carbonless paper previously used by stores to provide a customer copy of credit card transactions.
The Standard Register PL4830nC has the technology to effectively handle carbonless paper forms without the reliability issues typically associated with normal laser printers.
Mitsubishi HiTec Paper Bielefeld GmbH produces and sells carbonless paper, inkjet paper, heat-sensitive paper and cast-coated paper, and has annual sales of 215 million euros.
The group's products include carbonless paper, writing paper, thermal paper which can be used in faxes and paper for other uses including playing cards and art and design.
Disease from exposure to carbonless paper is either covered under the workers' compensation laws and/or the basis of an employer's liability suit--which may even be more costly to the employer when you factor in pain and suffering, and related damages--rather than the workers' compensation schedule of wage loss benefits and medical.
Few investions are as ubiquitous and truly useful as fax machines and carbonless paper.