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Magno Plus Gloss and Magno Plus Silk Coated Paper

Best stock in the land!

Certified for HP Indigo

Choose Magno Plus premium coated paper for its perfect balance between excellent bulk and image brilliance.

Magno Plus is a coated fine paper available in sheets and reels for a multitude of full-colour Litho Print applications including Digital Print. 

  • Extraordinary image brilliance
  • Premium coated, high gloss and opacity
  • Superb silky smooth, even and high white surface
  • Superior quality consistency
  • Certified for HP Indigo
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Description

Magno Plus Gloss and Magno Plus Silk Premium Coated Paper Specifications

FINISH

g/m2

SHEET SIZES IN MM

455 x 640

640 x 915

710 x 1020

Magno Plus Gloss
and Magno Plus Silk 
90
100
115
130
150
170
200
250
300
350
Magno Plus Silk only400
FSC® CoC stock available on request. Subject to availability.

Magno Plus Gloss and Magno Plus Silk Coated Paper

Outstanding Visual and Tactile Parameters

  • New Magno Plus combines the balance of great bulk (stiffer, thicker feel) with extraordinary image brilliance for all your print communications.

  • Exceptional high whiteness, gloss and opacity for outstanding print results.

  • Superb mirror-like surface, smooth to the touch.

Magno Plus is a Leading Global Premium Coated Paper

  • New Magno Plus – delivering your brand with superior, consistent quality and improved printing performance.

  • Choose Magno Plus Silk – to increase the perceived value of your communication.

No Compromise on Printing Quality

  • Outstanding printing qualities – for the finest print detail and vibrant colour reproduction.

Sappi Magno Plus Gloss

Magno Plus Gloss is a beautiful, high white smooth paper and has superior quality consistency. It provides the highest print gloss that delivers exceptionally vibrant and glossy images. Plus Gloss has good bulk and great surface properties for excellent printability.

Technical Information Sheet

Sappi Magno plus Silk

Magno Plus Silk is a sophisticated soft calendared high white sheet with a superb, smooth and even surface. The outstanding quality consistency combined with excellent bulk and extraordinary image brilliance with good readability adds value to your communication.

Technical Information Sheet

Magno Plus Sustainability

Produced at the Sappi Mill in Austria one of the world’s leading sustainable paper mills in Europe.  Magno Plus ticks all the right environmental boxes: PEFC, FSC® CoC on request subject to availability), ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 50001 OHSAS 18001, ECF and EMAS certified.

Magno Product certification
MAGNO MILL CERTIFICATION
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Kalideck Antalis FSC Certified paper supplier

FSC® Certified option available on request

“Let there be light”

What makes a white paper white? It all comes down to light. Visible light waves are categorised by length, and the length of the wave determines the colours we see. Violet wavelengths, at about 400 nanometres, are the shortest and red wavelengths, at about 700 nanometres, are the longest waves of the visible light spectrum.

White light contains all colours. So what makes a paper white is, in effect, its ability to reflect equal amounts of red, green and blue light – the entire visual spectrum. It is really less a matter of being ‘white’ than of containing all colours.

A truly white paper reflects the entire visual spectrum in equal amounts. The more white, the higher the degree of colour reflectance and the greater the possible spectral range. The lower the whiteness, the less complete the spectrum of reflected light, which can result in dull, lack-lustre appearance.

Electromagnetic waves

Colour Management Tips

What designers can do to manage colour2019-07-03T22:02:37+00:00
  • Help manage colour by designing in visually neutral surroundings; patterns and strong colours in the background affect how we perceive screen colour. Ambient light, like sunlight on the screen, will also affect contrast

  • To help manage colour expectations, remember that every digital device has its own specific colour gamut with a limited range of colours. Even devices of the same make and model can differ from each other, which is why the colour on your screen may look slightly different from what your colleague is seeing on his or her screen. Also, as digital devices age, their ability to render colour changes

  • Remember that the quality and weight of the paper you use will affect colour fidelity

  • Ask your offset printer to provide their ICC colour profile so you can view it on your system and match it to your colour space

  • Consult with your customer before you convert from RGB to CMYK so you can match their colour profile and printing conditions

  • Think beyond print when preparing files. These days the same design may be used on different media – different types of paper, billboards, the Internet, plastic, etc.

  • Always retain an RGB version of the original document for all eventualities

How to make correct colour proofing2019-07-03T10:11:23+00:00
  • Choose colour proofing paper that is able to simulate both colour gamut and paper shade of your printing process

  • Linearise and profile your proofer using the proofing paper in question

  • Make sure you are using correct press ICC-profile for print simulation

  • Use absolute colourimetric rendering to simulate paper shade

  • Use a commonly accepted colour control wedge (e.g. Ugra / Fogra Media Wedge) for quality control

  • Mark your proofs with the results of quality control measurement – this will show the printer that proof can be trusted

How to standardise printing2019-07-03T11:17:05+00:00
  • Design in visually neutral surroundings; patterns and strong colours in the background affect how we perceive screen colour. Ambient light, like sunlight on the screen, will also affect contrast

  • Remember that every digital device has its own specific colour gamut with a limited range of colours. Even devices of the same make and model can differ from each other, which is why the colour on your screen may look slightly different from what your colleague is seeing on his or her screen. Also, as digital devices age, their ability to render colour changes

  • Keep your monitor and laser/inkjet printer accurately calibrated. Calibration should be done at least once a month, and preferably every two weeks. A choice of monitor proofing software is available at affordable prices

What is Grey balance?2019-07-03T22:08:40+00:00
  • Grey balance has traditionally been targeted to 50% K vs C50%, M40%, Y40%

  • In modern ICC-based picture workflow this does not necessarily qualify anymore

  • ECI / bvdm has developed a concept where corresponding CMY percentages are taken from ICC- profile data by checking which K50% Lab-values correspond to which CMY combination

ensuring colour reproduction from photo to print

Brand

Sappi Magno

Sappi MagnoSappi Magno, your trusted coated paper solutionSappi Magno is an exclusive imported range of triple coated paper and board ideally suited for a multitude of full-colour Litho Print applications including Digital Print.It is acid-free and totally chlorine free. The key feature of consistency in terms of performance and visual properties throughout the range makes Sappi Magno your paper of choice. The smooth even surface combined with the highest print gloss and increased bulk lets printed images stand out with extraordinary brilliance.  The increased bulk; in conjunction with further refinements in fibre furnish and fibre orientation, results in increased stiffness for excellent high-speed printing results, improved stability and excellent runnability.

Sappi Magno environmental accreditations

Produced at the Gratkorn Sappi Mill in Austria one of the world’s leading sustainable paper mills in Europe.  Magno ticks all the right environmental boxes: PEFC, FSC® CoC on request subject to availability), ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 50001 OHSAS 18001, ECF and EMAS certified.

Applications

Magno can be confidently specified for Annual Reports, Coffee Table books, Top quality magazines, Posters, High end Promotional material, Calendars, Catalogues, Direct mail. In fact, all quality colour printing. Metallic, pearlescent, and special inks perform superbly.  Renowned for It’s varnishing receptivity, foldability and creaseability and binds well.  Die cuts, embosses, hot foil stamps and laminates excellently.

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