KAIROS Group offers a meticulously selected assortment of paper of different types:
White office paper - А3, А4, А5 formats
Paper density - 70, 75 and 80 g/m2.
Paper density 55, 60 and 65 g/m2.
Paper density 45 g/m2.
Supplied in sheets and rolls.
Width of the sheet 210, 240, 420 mm.
Supplied in quantities of 1600, 1800 and 2000 sheets.
Rolled paper: Offset, Newsprint, Plotter paper.
Roll width 105, 120, 140, 160, 210, 240, 420 mm. Roll length 55 and 70 m.
Roll width: 610, 620, 841, 910 mm. Roll length 50 and 175 m.
Fax paper is supplied in rolls of 21 cm in width.
Roll length: 17m, 21m, 23m, 30m.
Till receipt rolls
Supplied in rolls 28,5 mm and 76 mm in width.
Types of rolls: offset (paper density 55 g/m2) and thermo (48 g/m2)
Roll length 19m, 21m, 23m, also available in custom lengths.
For further information on any type of paper listed here, or even paper not listed, please contact our trained staff
, who will be happy to answer your questions and provide any information you may require.
General parameters of office paper:
• Density — weight per 1m2 of paper measured in grammes. The majority if office paper is produced with a density of 80 g/m2.
• Smoothness/roughness — usually expressed in units of Bendtsen smoothness. The optimal level of Bendtsen smoothness is a value between 150 and 250. Smoother paper passes more easily through printers and plotters and offers a higher quality of print image.
• Brightness / whiteness — affect the contrast between image and paper. ISO brightness is expressed as a percentage. Office paper normally has an ISO brightness value of about 90% or higher. CIE whiteness values are also expressed as percentages. Normal values for whiteness of office paper c between 130% and 160%.
• Surface smoothness and edge — the edges and surface of the paper should be clean to avoid poor adhesion and damage to office equipment.
• Rigidity — an indicator of resistance to bending in photocopying machine.
• Thickness of the sheet of paper is measured in microns. This indicator affects righty and transparency of the paper but to judge the paper by this indicator only would be wrong.
• Conductivity. If the value for conductivity of fax or printer paper is too high then the image quality may be poor and even fade.
The balance of these parameters determines the class to which the given paper relates.