Incada Silk is designed for quality packaging and graphical applications which require outstanding visual impact. A fully coated folding board, Incada Silk is. Incada Silk is a medium gloss 1 sided folding boxboard with a matt reverse that is suitable for Dry Toner printing. It FSC certified and FDA approved too. Carton board – GC1 white back folding boxboard; The European leader in folding boxboard (FBB); Fully coated white back FBB finished to a matt level; Ideal for.
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Register now to meet them at the show! We are the proud incads of Invercote and Incada. Founded inIggesund Paperboard is part of the forest industry group Holmen, which owns more than 1.
We also provide a broad range of service, support and advice. And we care about the environment, all the way from our forests to theconsumers.
We call this Care by Iggesund. The Invercote family consists of a range of products customised for different end-user applications and is manufactured at the integrated Iggesund mill in Sweden.
islk Invercote is a multilayered Solid Bleached Board SBBmade from chemical pulp produced by the sulphate pulping method. The use of virgin fibre and the sulphate pulping method ensures a slik and odour- sik taint neutral product. All materials used in the making of Invercote are approved for food contact according to current regulations. The fibre composition varies for each layer in the construction.
Fibres are selected based on shape and length and treated in different ways to tailor the paperboard construction to the intended use. The benefit of this multi-layered SBB compared to competing single- and dual layer products is the unique possibility of optimiing the surface fibre layers to form an excellent base for coating.
The coating is applied in two or three steps to meet the smoothness demands of printing and foiling applications. The advantage of a multi-ply construction compared to a single ply one is that the different layers can be composed to optimise board characteristics such as stiffness and strength, thus ensuring both productivity in converting operations and good function in the end product. Invercote products are widely used for picture postcards, high-quality brochures and book covers, and the packaging of cosmetics, perfumes, chocolate, pharmaceutical and tobacco products.
Invercote is manufactured from fibre of known and traceable origin and produced at a site where pulp production is integrated with the paperboard mill. This combined with the inherent stability of our chosen manufacturing process ensures a repeatable and predictable performance of the product in converting and use. Invercote in use The fully coated printing surfaces of the Invercote family are designed to meet the highest demands of image reproduction in printing and surface treatment methods such as hot-foil, foil- and film application.
The coating composition is adjusted in two different general directions for the product family to satisfy printability requirements, primarily of offset-litho and gravure printing. Inks on the market intended for use on fully coated surfaces can be used on the full range of Invercote products with the exception of Invercote Albato, where considerations need to be taken to adjust to the glossy and somewhat closed surface of the product when applying absorption-drying ink types.
Invercote can be printed in offset-litho, gravure, flexo, screen, and selected digital printing processes. Invercote products are not suitable for web-offset or heatset printing. Adjustments in incxda prepress operation and the choice of ICC profiles can be done in the same way as for a fully coated fine paper. When performing repro for delicate work or if a major part of your production is running on Invercote, you may benefit from creating your own dedicated ICC profiles for Invercote in your selected process environment.
Invercote works well in most digital colour copiers and digital printing presses on the market today. Visit our website www. Invercote can be sheet laminated over the print with cellulose acetate or oriented polypropylene OPP for a high gloss appearance. Deep and narrow creases can be achieved as well as excellent deep and detailed embossing.
The strength and toughness of the fibre network does, however, make it necessary to adjust tooling and its application in post-press converting primarily cutting, creasing and embossing to produce the best result. Recommendations for creasing are provided in this document. With regard to knife- and embossing tool geometry, we advise you to contact your supplier.
Invercote can be glued with both emulsion water-based and hot melt adhesives. With both types of adhesive, initial tack, fibre tear and secure mature bonds can be achieved over a wide range of speeds and conditions of use.
The Incada family consists of products customised for different end-user applications. The product family is manufactured at the integrated mill in Workington, United Kingdom.
Incada products are widely used for book covers, greeting cards, packaging of incaa, cosmetics, chocolate, pharmaceuticals and tobacco products. All fibres are virgin fibres. Specific fibre compositions are used for the various layers in the construction to optimise performance.
Incada Silk Board White SGS COC SRA1 xmm gm Pack Code
The outer layers consist of bleached chemical sulphate pulp and the middle layers of mechanically separated fibers RMP-pulp. Fibres for the different layers are treated in different ways to tailor the paperboard construction to the intended use. The benefits of this multilayered FBB lies in the construction itself. The outer layers of sulphate pulp with its application of a double coating provide the foundation for a smooth surface which is finished by machine glazing to meet the high demands of printing and foiling.
The middle layers consisting of mechanical pulp provides high bulk and stiffness.
Incada Silk Board White SGS COC 2101 SRA1 640x900mm 280gm Pack 100 Code 907831190
Treatment of fibres for the middle layers in the construction are also targeted to optimise productivity in carton manufacturing, erecting and filling processes. Incada is manufactured from fibres of known and traceable origin and produced at a site where pulp production is integrated with the paperboard mill.
This combined with the inherent stability of our chosen manufacturing process ensures a repeatable and predictable performance of the product for converting and use. All Incada products are manufactured from virgin fibres, the manufacturing process is trimmed to assure best hygienic, odour and taste neutral properties.
All raw materials used in the making of Incada are approved for food contact according to current regulations. Incada in use The fully coated printing surfaces of the Incada family are designed to meet the high demands of image reproduction in printing and surface treatment methods such as hot-foil, foil- and film application for the packaging Industry.
The smooth surface and fast ink-setting properties of Incada support high productivity in both printing and foil applications. Inks on the market that are designed for use on fully coated surfaces can be used on the full range of Incada products. Incada can be printed using offset-litho, gravure, flexo, screen and selected digital printing processes. Incada products are not suitable for web-offset or heatset printing. Adjustments in the prepress operation and the choice of ICC profiles can be done in the same way as for a medium- to fully coated fine paper.
When performing repro for delicate work or if a major part of your production is running on Incada, you may benefit from creating your own dedicated ICC profiles for Incada in your selected process environment. Incada works in a number of digital colour copiers and digital printing presses on the market today. Please visit our website www. Incada can be sheet laminated over the print with cellulose acetate or oriented polypropylene OPP for a high gloss appearance.
Creasing and embossing can be performed efficiently and with good results. Incada can be glued with both emulsion water-based and hot melt adhesives.
Iggesund Paperboard announces an upgrade to its flagship product, Invercote. From summer the bestselling paperboard in the Invercote family, Invercote G, will feature a lightly coated reverse side. Over the years it has come to be the quality leader, primarily due to the combination of excellent printing and foil laminating properties together with high quality and an equally high quality consistency.
One of the many reasons to choose it as a graphic or packaging material has been the high predictability of the end result. Coating the reverse side means that the whiteness on the reverse has also been adjusted up. Further improvement has also been made to the lightfastness, which was already the best on the market, and which is crucial for a package to keep looking fresh over time on the retail shelf. The aim is consistent delivery times but the offering also encompasses everything from a rapid sample service and the dissemination of knowledge to local technical support and a transparent raw materials supply.
Specifications for the upgraded Invercote G as well as sample and trial material will be available from early February. Deliveries will start July 1st. Invercote and Incada, the quality paperboards from Iggesund Paperboard, have gained added distribution in the UK via a distribution agreement with the merchants Antalis and Elliott Baxter. Iggesund is now taking yet another step and introducing the warehousing and sheeting of Invercote at a distribution centre in the UK.
Iggesund manufactures its folding box board Incada at its mill in Workington, Cumbria. Recently the company announced it is initiating distribution on the American west coast, and it is also launching new distributor partnerships in several European countries.
These improvements also help to keep both costs and fossil carbon emissions down. Recently the company also launched the concept Care by Iggesund, which is a wide-ranging and improved service offering on many fronts.
The goal is to have not only constant lead times but also everything from fast sample service and expert advice to local technical support and transparent raw materials supply. The students could choose between tasks to do with topics such as packaging construction, infographics and sustainability issues. Veronica Heaven, managing director at The Heaven Company developed Brief Cases, a model for cooperation between academia and industry. At the same time as the entire graphical production process has been simplified and streamlined, the designer has also ended up being farther away from the material, and knowledge of the materials has been eroded.
Our goal is to get more designers to realise that the right choice of material can be the difference between success and failure. Iggesund Paperboard manufactures Invercote and Incada, in Sweden and in the UK They are two different types of paperboard material but both are at the top of their market segment in terms of quality. They are both made of virgin fibre and are constructed in multiple layers, unlike traditional paper.
The multi-ply construction creates an extra stiffness and makes it possible to fold both paperboards without them cracking. He or she then wants to work with models who have a good reputation. Iggesund Paperboard have in recent months been re-structuring their merchant network in the UK for its solid bleached board brand family Invercote and Incada, its folding box board brand.
In Sweden, the company produces the solid bleached board SBB Invercote and at its mill in Cumbria it makes Incada, a folding box board FBB – both with superior environmental properties. Iggesund Paperboard has become known for its aggressive strategy to reduce its fossil carbon emissions, which has made it a leader in the battle against climate change.
Holmen also participates in the Carbon Disclosure Project and is one of the nearly global companies regarded as being leaders in combating climate change. Iggesund develops its European service Iggesund Paperboard is taking major steps to further develop its delivery service.
The company will now expand its long-term cooperation with SCA, which dates from As of summer about 1, tonnes of paperboard, paper and pulp will be shipped annually via the new transport link to and from Kiel. Together SCA and Iggesund have the necessary volumes to create cost-effective transport solutions with a high service level to continental Europe.
The change involves the vessels and also a new main terminal in Germany. The latter was chosen for its better development possibilities and good long-term owners, who are also willing to invest in high quality.
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It is also strategically positioned close to the Kiel Canal, which allows for many new possibilities in the future. The new sea transport arrangements and new terminal are part of the in-depth review of its sill that Iggesund is currently conducting. It includes everything from the fast delivery of samples to local technical support and an extensive range of knowledge material that enables customers to get the most out of our paperboard.
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