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Lecta Introduces its Termax Products TC20X and TC20XB

Barcelona (News release) -- Lecta expands its line of Termax thermal products and launches its two new high-quality grades of Termax top-coated thermal paper on the market, TC20X and TC20XB, for a wide variety of self-adhesive labels.

Termax is Lecta's complete, upgraded range of thermal paper, and is specially designed to evolve along with your business while offering many potential applications.

The two new grades of paper in this product line are made to be used as adhesive facestock for food and industrial label applications in which there may be adverse conditions such as moisture, grease or solvents. Both products are highly resistant to grease, water, solvents, scratching and plasticizers, and are therefore an excellent solution to these problems.

In addition to excellent chemical and environmental resistance, Termax TC20X and TC20XB papers provide high image resolution, good temperature resistance, high sensitivity, and both are phenol-free. The TC20XB also has a protective layer on the back to protect the label when used with more demanding adhesives.

With the launch of these new grades, Lecta enhances its product range and strengthens its position on the specialty paper market for labels and flexible packaging.

The entire Termax range is manufactured in accordance with the ISO 14001 and EMAS environmental standards, the ISO 50001 energy management standard, the ISO 9001 quality standard, and the ISO 45001 occupational health and safety standard. It can also be ordered with PEFC Chain of Custody and FSC® C011032 forest certifications.

For more information about Lecta's thermal papers, go to www.lecta.com.

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