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        Beaver Paper HomeDye SublimationImaging FabricsSewn ProductsProtective Transfer TissueAbout Beaver PaperContact Beaver Paper

        High-Yield Protective Tissue for Dye-Sub Heat Calenders

        Recyclable ProTex™ Tissue provides more widths, more diameters, in stock with over a million pounds in the supply pipeline!

        With standard widths from 36 cm to 3.2 meters, high density, highly formed natural eucalyptus fiber sheet provides the highest yield and the strongest barrier properties.

        Reduced mass cuts purchases, reduces storage and disposal costs while formaldehyde-free formunlation prevents yellowing of white sythetic fabrics.

        ProTex™ extends the life of the calender belt and heat resistant ProTex™ prevents web tear outs. Longer roll length reduces time wasting roll changes.

        ProTex transfer-tissue is provided in popular 19 gsm basis-weight for all widths. 25gsm ProTex is offered specially for Grand-Format rotary heat calenders at 126" (3.2 meter) width only.

        For more information about this product, please contact:

        Brenda Hamrick
        Product Manager
        ProTex™ Graphic Fabrics
        (770) 935-5080 ext 228
        bhamrick@beaverpaper.com Email Brenda Hamrick

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