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ATLAS® 25% Cotton Bond, 8 1/2" x 11", 24 lb., Imaging Paper, Ultra Bright White, 500/Ream

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Item #: 901-194647LMP
  Model #: 01197
Brand: Neenah Paper
ATLAS® 25% Cotton Bond, 8 1/2 x 11, 24 lb., Imaging Paper, Ultra Bright White, 500/Ream
$40.99 Ream
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Description
Smooth imaging finish for crisp, clean results. Neenah Paper ATLAS® Bond Imaging paper in ultra bright white color measuring 8 1/2" x 11" has a density of 89 GSM. Imaging paper has watermark that makes it use as resume and letterhead, sold as 5000 papers per case.
  • 24 lb. Premium Writing made with 25% cotton fiber
  • Multi-directional watermark. Regardless of which side you print, the watermark reads correctly
  • 96 brightness rating
  • Highly versatile cotton fiber paper that gets both small and big jobs done
  • Inkjet, laser and copier guaranteed
  • Archival quality, made with Neutral pH for longevity
  • Green Seal certified to contain a minimum of 30% post-consumer recycled fiber
  • Grain direction: Grain long
  • Great for resume and letterhead
  • M weight: 12
  • Green seal certified
  • Paper Weight: 24 lbs.
  • Sheet size: 8 1/2" x 11"
  • 89 GSM
  • 500/ream, 5000/case
  • Caliper: 5 Pt
  • Opacity: 90.0
Specifications
Cotton Content % : 25 Sheet Quantity : 5000 and Above Caliper (Point) : 5 Number of Reams : 10-Ream
Opacity : 90 Paper GSM : 90 Sheet Dimension : 8.5" x 11" (US letter) Paper Weight (lbs.) : 24
Brightness : 96 Copy & Printer Paper Finish : Smooth Length in Inches : 8.5 Paper Type : Writing
Series or Collection : Atlas True Color : Ultra Bright White Width in Inches : 8.5 Brand : Neenah Paper
Customizable : No
Weight : 60.00 lbs. per Ream

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