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Relyco Introduces REVLAR Waterproof Synthetic Paper for HP Indigo Digital Presses

Premier Brand of Durable, Tear Resistant, Waterproof Paper Now Available for Most Digital and Laser Presses and Printers for Thousands of Applications

DOVER, NH -- (Marketwired) -- 05/20/14 -- Relyco®, a leading provider of value-added business printing and payment solutions, today announced that it now offers its REVLAR™ waterproof synthetic paper for HP Indigo digital presses. Relyco's REVLAR is the industry's premier brand of durable, tear resistant, waterproof paper that delivers superior image quality. With added compatibility for HP Indigo presses, REVLAR is now available for most digital and laser press and printer manufacturers including Ricoh, Konica Minolta, Kodak, Xerox, Canon, Oki, and more.

"The market for durable synthetic paper is one of the fastest growing in the digital print space and sales of our REVLAR products continue to grow exponentially year over year," said Mike Steinberg, president and CEO of Relyco. "Customers have been asking us for REVLAR for HP Indigo presses and we are now delivering a premier synthetic paper with a unique coating for exceptional HP Indigo ink adhesion."

Relyco REVLAR Waterproof Synthetic Paper
Ideally suited for use anytime printed materials will be subjected to frequent handling or extreme environmental conditions, REVLAR synthetic paper is ultra-durable and water, tear and stain resistant. Now available for use with HP Indigo presses, REVLAR is also compatible with high volume digital printers, home and office digital copiers/printers, flexographic, and offset printer equipment.

REVLAR for HP Indigo has a proprietary coating that offers a new standard for ink adhesion on Indigo presses (even at lower temperatures) and a complete elimination of static build up both through the press and in the bindery. The result is better print quality, less warping and curling, fewer printer jams, and faster production.

REVLAR Key Features include:

  • Weatherproof - able to withstand water, heat and temperature variations. Suitable for indoor and outdoor uses
  • Durable - tear-proof, fade and scuff resistant
  • Thousands of Applications - signage, maps, menus, labels, manuals, permits, ID cards, and so much more
  • Multi-Purpose - grease, solvent, chemical, blood, and sweat resistant
  • Invulnerable - very high melt point of 450 degrees allows for use on wide range of equipment and applications
  • Promotes Workflow Efficiency and Cost-Savings - eliminates need and cost to laminate with toughness and durability built in
  • Wide Range of Thicknesses and Sheet Sizes Available
  • Paper-Like Appearance - durable and tough with the appearance, smoothness and printability of paper -- available in wide range of colors
  • Superior Laser Image Quality - bright white sheets enable high image quality on the finished product

Comprehensive Sheet Sizes and Rolls
REVLAR for HP Indigo is compatible with these HP Indigo presses, 7000, 5000, 5500, 5600 multi-shot, 7500 and 7600. Available thicknesses for HP Indigo presses include 5 mil, 8 mil and 11 mil with 12" x 18" and 13" x 19" stock sheet sizes.

With thicknesses from 3.7 to 13.7mil, Relyco offers these REVLAR stock sheet sizes; 8.5" x 11", 8.5" x 14", 11" x 17", 12" x 18", 13" x 19" and Xerox iGen compatible (14.33" x 22.5"); as well as custom order sheet sizes. For wide format printers, Relyco offers REVLAR on a Roll (R.O.A.R) in various widths and lengths.

For more information and pricing on the Relyco's REVLAR line of waterproof paper and label products, call 1-800-777-7359, email [email protected], or visit http://www.relyco.com/index.php/products/revlar-waterproof-paper

About Relyco
With over 20,000 customers worldwide, Relyco is a leading provider of value-added business printing and payment solutions, including custom digital packaging, waterproof paper, e-Payment solutions, payroll paycards, carbonless laser forms, and more. As one of the largest distributors of laser and digital applications, including laser checks and other high-security documents, Relyco's long-standing membership in the ASC X9AB check processing committee and extensive experience with fraud prevention strategies and new forms technologies positions it as the most innovative leader in the business printing solutions field. Relyco's customers include Google, PepsiCo, Samsung, Adobe and Microsoft. For more information, please visit www.relyco.com.

Contact:
Christian Simko
Director of Product Marketing and Communications
Relyco Sales Inc.
121 Broadway
Dover, NH 03820
Office: 603.516.3695
E-mail: Email Contact

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