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Duracopy Waterproof Laser/Copier Paper - Rite in the Rain 6514

Rite in the Rain Duracopy 6514 Laser/Copier Waterproof Paper is a highly durable synthetic paper that is suitable for use in extreme conditions found in the mining industry. Not only is it 100% waterproof, it's also grease, oil and dirt proof, and all spills and stains are repelled and do not affect the printed surface.

  • Virtually indestructible and fade resistant
  • Heat tolerant
  • Suitable for all laser printers and copiers, including high speed digital copiers
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor uses, with users able to write in the rain on each sheet with a pencil or pen. 
  • Perfect for manuals and MSDS sheets or to print maps that are used in orienteering and surveying

Available in boxes of 100 sheets and in A4 & A3 sizes. Not for ink-jet printers.

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RR-6514 Duracopy 6514 Waterproof Copier Paper, A4 Size (100/Sheets) EACH 1 In stock Add To Quote

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