Relyco® Expands Durable Paper Line with Inkjet-compatible TriDura Paper
New triple-layer paper with synthetic core meets customers’ demands for resilient, water-tolerant paper suitable for production color inkjet as well as digital, laser, flexo, litho offset, and UV printing
Dover, N.H., June 9, 2015—Relyco, the specialty paper experts, today announced the addition of TriDura durable, water-tolerant, tear-resistant paper to its line of durable papers. TriDura is ideally suited to applications that require greater durability than what is available with traditional paper, but do not need all the advantages of REVLAR, the industry’s premier synthetic, waterproof paper. In addition, unlike other synthetic papers, TriDura is fully inkjet, laser and digital compatible and is also ideal for flexo, litho offset, and UV printing.
“According to analysis by InfoTrends, production color inkjet accounted for 31 percent of all production digital color volume in 2012, but it will top 59 percent by 2018,” said Bruce Steinberg, Relyco president. “As inkjet volume grows to exceed that of toner, customers in industries like travel and tourism, healthcare, retail, and education who rely on production color inkjet will explore new applications that require the durability of synthetic paper. We’re excited to be able to respond to that demand with the introduction of TriDura, which is also versatile enough to be used across the print spectrum, including with laser, digital, and offset printers.”
TriDura offers the image quality, appearance, and printability of standard paper and the durability and resilience of synthetic paper. Like traditional paper, TriDura can be folded, punched, glued, perforated, scored, or die cut as needed. TriDura can be used for thousands of applications, including signage, displays, menus, tickets, manuals, maps, bookmarks, and postcards.
TriDura is available in matte white, 8.5″ x 11″ and 12” x 18” sheets and comes in three weights: 4 mil., 7 mil., and 9 mil. For more information, and to order, contact us here.