Tear-resistant paper. Ideal for tear-resistant envelopes, loop-lock tags, durable instruction manuals, service booklets and maps.
ENDURO Classic 100 L is a tear-resistant composite material consisting of a 40 µm PP film core and white, natural uncoated paper surfaces. The three-layer product structure is durable, resistant to edge tearing and water impermeable. It can be cut, punched, perforated, drilled, folded, glued and bound without issue.
High-quality paper surfaces offer optimized feed properties and printing results. Thanks to quickly penetrable and absorbent surfaces, all common standard inks and varnishes can be used in offset and flexo printing. Suitable for variable dot matrix printing, laser printing and printing on HP Indigo sheet-fed printing systems. With excellent drying and ink/toner adhesion. Can be stamped easily and lettered manually.
Thanks to the multi-layer product structure ENDURO offers an affordable, eco-friendly and sustainable alternative to fully synthetic media. It is PVC-free and FSC® certified.
At a glance
- High fold strength
- Water impermeable
- Excellent printability
- FSC® zertifiziert
- PVC free
NameWeight [g/m²]Value100Tolerance±15NormISO 536NameThickness (total) [µm]Value115Tolerance±15NormISO 534NameBending resistance MD [mN]Value> 90ToleranceNormISO 2493, 15°/50mmNameBending resistance CD [mN]Value> 50ToleranceNormISO 2493, 15°/50mmNameTensile strength MD [N/15mm]Value> 75ToleranceNormISO 1924-3/2/300NameTensile strength CD [N/15mm]Value> 130ToleranceNormISO 1924-3/2/300NameISO Brightness, front side [%]Value> 79ToleranceNormISO 2470-1NameISO Brightness, reverse side [%]Value> 79ToleranceNormISO 2470-1NameWhiteness, CIE, D65/10°, front sideValue> 100ToleranceNormISO 11475NameWhiteness, CIE, D65/10°, reverse sideValue> 100ToleranceNormISO 11475NameOpacity [%]Value> 91ToleranceNormISO 2471
For quality reasons ENDURO should be stored originally packed. Storage & converting conditions of 20±5°C and 50±10% rel. humidity are recommended.
ENDURO Classic 100 L has been awarded a certificate by the Cyclos-HTP Institute. According to this certificate, the majority of the paper fibres (60% of the total composite) can be recovered in the paper recycling process. The film is separated and can be used for thermal energy recovery. When sorted using near-infrared sensors (NIR), however, this product is not identified as paper.
Therefore, it should be targeted for paper recycling as commercial waste. It is classified as “Mixed waste paper, grade 5.01” according to EN 643.
Smaller quantities can be disposed of together with household waste.
As conversion (i.e. printing) may significantly change the characteristics of a product, these recycling recommendations may only apply to ENDURO material before processing.
Detailed recommendations for printing and processing are available for download.