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Prashanthi Agencies, Mumbai, Papers

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Leading Supplier & Distributor of prime quality Standard Newsprint Paper, Lightweight Coated Paper, High Bulk Coated Paperand Art Paper for Brochures, Catalogues, Magazines and Book printing.

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Prashanthi Agencies, Mumbai, Papers

  1. 1. A . / PAPERISECCI)‘. -FRIENDLY or PAPER is THE Mosr REC-. YC_LABLE . / PAPER: |STH'E'SYMBOl. -. OFPROGRESS & Pnosesniw Inden ting Agents for World Renowned Publishing Grade Paper Manufacturers- SAPPI World Renowned Prime Quality Kondopoga Newsprint 8-< All Rights Reserved. Prashanthi Agencies
  2. 2. About Prashanthl Agencies are reliable Indenting Agents Supplying Light Weight Coated Paper, Two Side Coated Art Paper and Prime Quality Kondopoga Newsprint Paper. Being committed to quality, we leave no stone unturned to make available the best range of papers. We are lndenting Agent of: - 0 World Renowned Publishing Grade paper manufacturers, SAPPI, for publishing grade paper, such as LWC and Art Paper, and, 0 Trigon Gulf, who are direct agent of Kondopoga Mills of Russia for Prime Quality Kondopoga Newsprint. Our range of papers is widely appreciated for fine coating, gloss and density. We offer papers in different basis weight (GSM), brightness, whiteness and porosity. Based in Goregaon West (Mumbai, Maharashtra), the company was started in 1991, by Mr. Hlranya Kamdar, a highly qualified professional, having working experience of Newsprint Trade since 1975. Gradually, newsprint portfolio was expanded to add value added products, such as Light Weight Coated paper and Double Side Coated Art Paper for publishing industry in last few years. Having association with the leading entities such as SAPPI and Trigon Gulf, we are engaged in supplying the best range of papers. They manufacture papers by making use of high-grade wood pulp in complete adherence with the defined parameters of the International Standards. Along with this, our esteemed vendors make investments in order to come up with improved papers that can cater emerging demands of creative world. Vision and Mission To be friend, philosopher and guide to the Publishing Industry, where customers are before self. A totally dedicated services based on highly ethical values. Quality Policy Our association with the eminent names fosters us to provide clients with the best range of paper. We do not compromise on the aspect of quality and deliver products of optimum grade. We procure only the best and serve the best in international standard quality. All Rights Reserved. Prashanthi Agencies
  3. 3. GALERIE FINE LWC PAPER ' Galerie Fine is a high-end coated publication paper tai- I lored to publishing and advertising users. its pure white V shade ensures natural colour reproduction, a fresh finished 1 look and lively printed images. With its high brightness, ' . _;_ ‘I good opacity and smooth glossy surface, this coated paper I T ~ provides glamorous print results. lts Prime Print Quality generates maximum exposure for Brand Promotion. It is also available in Silky Finish. It is available in Reels only. SALIENT FEATURES 0 Allows for flawless reproduction ll['5 l_. ‘.. ’l l - Assists in generating maximum exposure for brand promotion "WHWHI . High gloss finish so as to provide for optimum print results ‘ PT‘ N . Optimum brightness & opacity properties - Suitable for displaying pure shed and natural colors - Printing Methods - Heat Set Web Offset Only - End Use- High End Magazines, Brochure, Catalogues, Commercial Print Additional Information Min Order Quantity : 20 Mts Packaging Details : Reels Only "i'I. 'Il: ':li .1-1:: ‘. ‘l#l= .‘. -Illa)-‘P -"lI: V.‘l'l: !l| nim- BASIS WEIGHT ISO 536 g/ m2 65 70 75 80 90 100 115 130 BRIGHTNESS ISO 2470-2 % 92 93 93 94 95 I 97 98 99 (ILLUMINANT D65/10°) ‘ GLOSS 75° ISO 8254-1 % 65 65 I 67 67 68 l 72 73 73 OPACITY ISO 2471 % 91 93 94 94 95 95 96 97 SPECIFIC VOLUME ISO 534 cm3/g 84 83 82 81 80 I 79 79 79 All Rights Reserved. Prashanthi Agencies
  4. 4. ROYAL PRESS LWC PAPER ROYAL PRESS LWC PAPER Royal Press is the classic coated pa per that can run the highest number of sections in an hour — even at Light Weight Grammage. This mechanical coated paper was developed for Even Visual appearance, Consistent Print Quality, Smooth runnability, High Opacity and High Speed Printing. It is available in Gloss as well as in Mat Finish and in Reels Only. SALIENT FEATURES - Even Visual Appearance 0 Consistent Print Quality - Smooth Runnability 0 High Opacity 0 Developed For High Volume Printing 0 Printing Methods - Heat Set Web Offset Only 0 End Use- Magazines, Catalogues, Brochures, Inserts, and Commercial Print Additional Information Min Order Quantity : 20 Mts Packaging Details : Reels Only TYPICAL SPECIFICATIONS STANDARD UNIT 345:5 WEIGHT ISO 536 g/ m2 54 57 so 65 7o 75 so 90 100 115 smcumsss ISO 2470-2 % 81 82 82 87 87 87 87 87 ‘ 87 87 (ILLUMINANTD65/10°) ‘ GLOSS TAPPI7$°(MD) ISO 82544 % ‘ so ‘ 51 53 l 57 57 57 so 62 les 64 OPACITY l ISO 2471 % 87,5} 88,5 90,5 91,5 92,5 93,5 94 95,5 i 96.5} 97.5 SPECIFICVOLUME ‘B0534 cms/ glss |8s 85 [83 81 81 81 79 |79 ‘79 All Rights Reserved. Prashanthi Agencies
  5. 5. ROYAL XPRESS COATED PAPER ROYAL XPRESS COATED PAPER Royal Xpress is a classic coated paper with a track record of more than 30 years. Royal Xpress is the right choice for quality commercial print applications, magazines and catalogues, allow- ing images to sparkle with detail. Royal Xpress is expressive, vibrant and productive. It is Available in Gloss and Silk Finishes in Reels only. SALIENT FEATURES - High Brightness with Excellent Opacity - High Print Gloss - Consistent Runnability - Even Visual Appearance - Expressive, Vibrant and Productive - Printing Methods - Heat Set Web Offset - End Use - High-end Magazines, Brochures, Catalogues Additional Information Min Order Quantity : 20 Mts Packaging Details : Reels Only TYPICAL SPECIFICATIONS STANDARD UNIT BASIS WEIGHT ISO 535 9mm! 70 75 so 85 90 100 115 130 BRIGHTNESS ISO 2470-2 % 92 93 ‘ 93 94 92 92 92 ‘ 92 (ILLUMINANT D65/10°) I I GLOSS 75° ISO 8254-1 % 58 70 I 71 as so so I 61 I62 OPACITY ISO 2471 % 0.76 0.75‘ 0.78 0.75 0.79 0.79 O.80I 0.81 SPECIFICVOLUME ISO 534 cm3/9 1.0 1.0 I 1.0 0.7 0.9 0.9 I 0.9 I 0.9 All Rights Reserved. Prashanthi Agencies
  6. 6. ROYAL ROTO ART PAPER ROYAL ROTO ART PAPER Royal Roto Art Paper has well balanced Brightness / Opacity ratio, precise Image reproduction, outstanding print gloss and even print surface, consistent quality and unparalleled productivity. With Its superior print gloss and brightness, It combines outstanding Image reproduction with proven reliability at high volumes, adding extra punch to your quality magazines and bro- chures. Available In wide range of basis weight in Gloss, Silk and Matt finishes in Reels only. SALIENT FEATURES - Well Balanced Brightness Vis-A-W5 Opacity Ratio - Precise Image Reproduction - Outstanding Print Gloss And Even Print Surface - Consistent Quality And Unparallel Productivity - Ideal For Day—To—Day Application - Printing Methods - Heat Set Web Offset Only 0 End Use- Quality Catalogue, Magazine, Brochure Additional Information Min Order Quantity : 20 Mts Packaging Details : Reels Only TYPICAL SPECIFICATIONS STANDARD UNIT BASISWEIGHT lSO536 g/ mz 90 100 115 130 135 150 170 200 225 250 BRIGHTNESS ISO 2470-2 95 95.5 955955 95,5 95,5 95,5 95,5 95 98 98 (ILLUMINANTD65/100) GLOS$TAPPI75°(MD) ISO 8254-1 59 59 I59 59 59 59 I59 68 68 68 OPACITY ISO 2471 95 91,5 92,5 94,5 95,5 95,5 95,5 97,5 98 98.5 98,5 SPECIFICVOLUME ISO 534 cm3/g 74 74 I74 74 74 74 I74 75 73 74 ROUGHNESSPPS ISO 8791-4 Iim 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 0,9 50 50 All Rights Reserved. Prashanthi Agencies
  7. 7. LWC PRINTING PAPER LWC Magazine Paper Creating a niche of LWC Magazine Paper such as Galerie Fine LWC Magazine Paper and Royal Press LWC Magazine Paper at its best, with the best quality. LWC Magazine Paper LWC Catalogue Paper Prominent & Leading Supplier and Distributor from Mumbai, we offer LWC Catalogue Paper such as Galerie Fine LWC Catalogue Paper and Royal Press LWC Catalogue Paper. LWC Catalogue Paper LWC Brochure Paper Our product range has top Brands of LWC Brochure Paper such as Galerie Fine LWC Brochures Paper and Royal Press LWC Brochures Paper. LWC Brochures Paper All Rights Reserved. Prashanthi Agencies
  8. 8. ART PAPER Art Pa per For Magazine Two Side Coated Art Paper For Magazine has well balanced Brightness/ Opacity ratio, precise Image re- production, outstanding print gloss and even print surface, consistent quality and unparalleled productivity. Art Paper For Magazine Art Paper For Catalogue Two Side Coated Art Paper For Catalogue, with Its superior print gloss and brightness, it combines out- standing lmage reproduction with proven reliability at high volumes, adding extra punch to your quality magazines and brochures. Art Paper For Catalogue Coated Paper For Multi Purpose It is a classic coated paper with a track record of more than 30 years. It is the right choice for quality com- mercial print applications, magazines and catalogues, . . allowing images to sparkle with detail. It is expressive, coa, ,_, ,, pape, ,. -,, , vibrant and productive. Multi Purpose All Rights Reserved. Prashanthi Agencies
  9. 9. KON DOPOGA NEWSPRINT PAPER Kondopoga Newsprint Paper Offered by us is a distinct array of Prime Quality Kon- dopoga Standard Newsprint Paper, manufactured from long fiber Virgin Pulp. Kondopoga Newsprint Paper has Brightness of 620 with +/ - of 2%, Opacity of 94% and Ash content of only about 5%. It meets with the International Parameters of Standard Newsprint, i. e. ISO Standards, as can be observed from Typical Specifications given below. This paper is well accepted by major Newspaper Publishers in India - some of them are leading names, such as, The Hindu, The Times of India, Malayala Manorama, Mathrubhoomi, Eenadu, Sakshi, Andhra Jyothi, Anand Bazar Patrika, Deccan Herald, Rajasthan Patrika, etc. , . I. — . _ "4- I ~" 18- %% , .'f ’ . ,, n ~ .7’ r 5 5 I We offer this newsprint paper on customer base arrangements in consultations with our Principal Source, M/ s Trigon Gulf. Additional Information Min. Order Quantity 2 26 Metric Ton, Packaging Details : Only Reels Kondopoga Newsprint Paper Typical Specifications Gsm +/ - 1.00% ISO 535 — 75 B/ L 4000 ISO 1924/ 1 - 83 smoothness 50 - 53 ISO 5527 - 84 Moisture 6-8% ISO 287 - 85 Density 0.5 ISO 534 - 80 Brightness 52 +/ - 2 9/. ISO 2470 - 73 Opacity 94.00% ISO 2471 - 73 Ash 5.00% ISO 2144 — 87 All Rights Reserved. Prashanthi Agencies
  10. 10. Special Issues The technique of heat set web offset printing, with its special drying process, has its own, unique requirements. In multi colour web offset printing on coated papers, the paper web is printed on both sides and thermally dried after it leaves the last printing unit. Drying takes place at this point because an unsettled layer of ink would rub off on the turning bars, the guide bars and the former fold, causing the print to smear and preventing successful processing in the folding unit. Heat set inks settle (or "set") when the thin-liquid binding agents evaporate. To make this happen, the printed—paper web is heated in a multi section-drying oven, with different temperatures in each of the different sections. Usually, the first section has the highest temperature, which is then gradually reduced in the following sections. Overall, however, very high temperatures are used, because processing takes place at high speed and the paper does not remain in the drying oven for very long. When it leaves the oven, the paper web is usually at a temperature of 100 to 130°C, depending on paper quality, substance, and ink covering. PROBLEMS IN WEB OFFSET PRINTING Blistering When the ink dries, so does the paper. In intensively printed areas, if the drying temperature is too high or if the paper is sensitive to such problems, this can lead to blistering. The sudden, extreme rise in tem- perature produces a build-up of water vapor in the internal structure of the paper. And because the paper is not only coated, but also printed on both sides — at certain places covered in thick layers of ink — this vapor has nowhere to go. This leads to tearing in the internal structure of the paper and blistering in the printed areas (see figures). From a technical point of view, blistering is a direct result of ink layer thickness and high temperatures in the drying oven. Thick layers of ink reduce the air (or vapor) perme- ability of the paper surface and high temperatures increase the amount — and the pressure — of vapor building up in the internal structure. The easiest and most efficient way to prevent blistering is reducing the oven temperature. This means that printing speed will have to be reduced as well, in order to achieve sufficient settling of the ink at a lower drying temperature. Since blistering only occurs in areas with intensive ink covering on both sides, reducing the thickness ofthe ink layer — by means of UCR (Under Colour Removal), for instance — can also have a positive effect. Apart from this, there are certain paper properties that affect blistering, such as the type of binding agents and coating pigments used, the amount of binding agents contained in the paper and the amount of coating used, and the degree to which the surface has been "closed" as a result of calendaring. Obviously, the humidity of the paper is a very important factor as well. Usually, papers intended for web offset printing, particularly the wood free types, have lower humidity levels than papers for sheet offset printing Breaking in the fold Breaking in the fold is a common problem in web offset printing, particularly when mechanical papers are used. Broken or severely weakened folds can cause press stops and can make the end product unusable (see figure to the right). The main sources ofbreaking in the fold are the extreme temperatures the paper is subjected to in the drying oven and the pressure applied in the folding unit The single most important thing here is to find a compromise that will allow for sufficient ink drying without causing the paper to dry out. In the folder, the pressure applied by the folding rolls must be carefully adapted to the thickness of the paper used. Source: Climate and Paper, the seventh technical brochure from Sappi Idea Exchange All Rights Reserved. Prashanthi Agencies
  11. 11. Special Issues Hufing Even today, more or less pronounced forms of "fluting" are among the typical problems in web offset printing on coated papers. The waves run parallel to the printing direction — which, in the case of web offset, is automatically the machine direction. One of the main paper char- acteristics that affect the severity of fluting, is the MC/ CD (machine direction / cross direction) strength ratio of the paper. Strong longitudinal fibre orientation makes a paper more sensi- tive to fluting. Interestingly, the problem occurs most with papers of the lower substances. But the decisive factor is the printing form itself. Pages that contain intensively printed areas next to areas with hardly any or no ink at all, are particularly sensitive to severe fluting. When this happens, there is nothing that can be done in the printing process to prevent it. Waviness observed before the paper is actually fed into the web offset press, however, is a very different issue. One method of partially preventing these so-called "tensile waves”, is to reduce web tension. The problem can never be totally eliminated, since a certain amount of web tension will always be necessary to prevent creasing or mis-registering. Expanding The problem of expanding or ”growing” of printed paper, as seen when pages produced in web offset are combined with covers produced in sheet offset, is caused by the intensive drying of papers after they leave the drying oven. Here, so much moisture is extracted from the paper, that it inevitably shrinks to some degree, up to 0.3 to 0.7%. After the signatures have been gathered, stitched and cut, the paper begins to adapt to the surrounding humidity once again, and starts to "grow", causing the inside pages to extend beyond the size of the coven The best method for counteracting or totally eliminating this problem is sufficient remoistur- ing. Remoisturing installations serve to evenly dehumidify the entire paper web after it leaves the drying oven. This also improves paper flatness and totally eliminates the risk of static charges. Remoisturing equipment can be easily installed on most existing printing presses. Remoisturing installations use digital web sensors to control humidity and temperature. The installation is placed directly above, but not touching the paper web, thus creating a limited space with a carefully regulated and measurable artificial climate in which outside influences can easily be compensated for. This way, paper quality is continuously monitored. Apart from that, these measurements supply large amounts of data that can be used as a basis for process improvements. Source: Climate and Paper, the seventh tedmlcal brochure from Sappi Idea Exchange All Rights Reserved. Prashanthi Agencies
  12. 12. ,. «r1 Snliizirin . . Uni“ (xlufdl Oil: '! 1.’. , ‘"13. .5135 -. i~‘'-~-. ‘ «' ~§ / I‘ w ‘x A . -ii 5.‘-'” I; 1': ,_ 1. V‘. -- ". —- ~ ‘T ; --. ... ,,. r -. , _ %1“i§. tl9 IS‘ I ( , t _L I x I L L E ~’ I; ' _ ( I‘l‘l‘lll‘lll‘I' l ‘I , . Ci: ,. m i ‘ 7‘ fig; :1 . : . O * . i- ' , . Th: ,1» _ * , -1.-_3-L " )- I‘ — ' -i, I‘ ' t I , * i l ‘ ; + ‘ V“ 1/ I02. ASHISH. BANGUR NAGAR M GA ROADI Phones : 2871 3377 - 2871 3378 9 E-mail : prashanthiagenciesqhvsnl. net GOREGAON (WEST). MUMBAI - 400 104. (INDIA) . Web Site: www. prashanthiagencies. com _ www lwcpaperartpaperoom INDENTING AGENTS FOR NEWSPRINT. LWC AND ART PAPER All Rights Reserved. Prashanthi Agencies

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