A4 80gsm paper – A4 is the most commonly used paper size for printing purposes. A4 paper comes in different weight classes; 80gsm is a lightweight paper form
A4 90gsm paper – This type of paper is mid-weight paper form.It has a smoother finish and is ideal for reports and presentations.
A4 100gsm paper – Perfect for all business communications which require a high quality finish. Extra smooth and brighter to maximise print quality and performance.
A4 120gsm paper – The ultimate premium paper. it is deal for the most important documents, such as legal documents, wills and title deeds.
Inkjet paper – Superior quality paper especially for inkjet printers.Available in Matt, Glossy and Bright White.
A3 paper – A3 paper is twice the size of A4 paper. Available in white, high white, yellow, blue, green and pink.
Paper Other – Various other paper types including certificates,A5 paper, Marble paper and Parchment paper
The storage and handling of paper is often overlooked. By being aware of a few simple facts, paper jams and other problems can be avoided.
Paper is manufactured with low moisture levels. if exposed to damp it will absorb moisture from the air and will not feed efficiently.
It is recommended that paper is stored in its wrapper until you need to use it. This will prevent damage but also help to minimise running issues.
Paper stored next to heat sources or in direct sunlight can become over dry. this will also cause paper jamming.
If paper has been stored in cold conditions it should be allowed to reach room temperature before being put into printers and copiers.