FineArt Baryta is a paper that sets the benchmark for high colour depth, large colour gamut and image definition. This paper gives the "wow" factor particularly to black and white prints with extremely high density and finest grey tones. Using barium sulphate in the premium inkjet coating ensures the typical gloss that makes this paper a genuine replacement for traditional Baryta papers from analogue laboratories.
FineArt Baryta Glossy FineArt 325 gsm, 100% a-Cellulose, bright white, high-gloss Product Description FineArt Baryta
A bright white, 100% α-cellulose paper – guarantees archival standards. With its premium high-gloss baryta inkjet coating FineArt Baryta meets the highest industry standards regarding density, colour gamut, colour graduation and image sharpness while preserving the special touch and feel of genuine art paper.
Compatible with pigmented and dye inkjet systems.
Applications Photographic and fine art reproduction complying with highest archival standards, digital art, black & white and colour photography, limited edition prints, presentation prints for display purposes and exhibitions, albums, greeting cards etc.
Unit Valuation Based on Test Norm / Notes Test Conditions 23°C / 50% R.H. Weight gsm 325 EN ISO 536 Thickness mm 0,41 EN ISO 534 Whiteness % 103,0 D65 2° 460 nm Media Colour bright white Opacity % 98,0 ISO 2471 pH-Value total 7,8 DIN 53124 Acid free yes Calcium Carbonate buffered yes Water Resistance very high Drying Behaviour instant Surface Finish high-gloss OBA Content moderate Additional Comments contains barium sulphate All indicated data to be understood as typical average values. Conditions of use and storage ´ Use and store ideally at a relative humidity of 35 to 65% and a temperature of 10 to 30° C (50° – 86°F.) ´ All recommendations and product indications are for your guidance, and are subject to our test criteria, which remain subject to change without prior notice. The consistency of results is not guaranteed. ´ Use care in handling printed material, surface susceptible to abrasion. ´ Store papers in archive quality envelopes, folders, and boxes. ´ Use only archive grade tapes and glues for mounting & framing.