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FB Baryta Papers

Introducing the PermaJet Family of Fibre Based (Baryta) Papers with traditional darkroom qualities making them the perfect digital alternative to the original darkroom materials.

This recently enhanced range of Baryta Inkjet Papers now encompasses all the benefits of the very latest inkjet technology a well as a perfect choice of surface finishes. Being available as Matt, Satin, High White Gloss or Warmtone Silk this range truly reminiscent of the acid-free fibre-based material still used in darkroom printing today.

Utilizing new, multi-layer technology, coating processes and enhanced alpha cellulose base materials, PermaJet have created a range of lay flat Baryta products that feed through your printers with ease. The enhanced coating, combined with modern ink technology ensures you get some of the highest Dmax ratings in the World today. These iconic photographic papers have evolved into a truly show stopping collection which are now available in advanced 15 metre length rolls and all sheet formats. The surfaces are all instant-dry and have scuff-resistant finishes making them ideal for use with dye and pigment based inks.

In independent tests of over 200 fine art and photo inkjet papers, they have yielded the very highest D-MAX, colour gamut and skin tone accuracies, in turn creating truly excellent greyscale for monochrome images.

All PermaJet papers are of the highest quality and developed with the archival stabililty and testing processes associated with the internationally renowned Fine Art Trade Guild in mind. PermaJet are a leading and forward-thinking member of The Guild's Artsure scheme - a guarantee that your images will be lasting for many years ahead.

Many of the PermaJet papers have been tested and proven to exceed the Fine Art Trade Guild test standard for archival lightfastness - as a member of the Artsure scheme, a list of PermaJet's archivally approved materials can be viewed on The Fine Art Trade Guild's website here... http://www.fineart.co.uk/artsure-approved-materials.aspx