110lb 11" x 9" Reinforced Edge Paper
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110lb 11" x 9" Reinforced Edge Paper

Brand: Indent
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  • Tough reinforced paper to keep important pages secured in the binder.
  • Pages lay perfectly flat with no thickness buildup to prevent misfeeds and jams.
  • Ideal for the most important papers in your business.
  • Full reams can easily be loaded into laser or injet printers, copiers, and presses for jam-free production.
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Product Description

These 110lb 11" x 9" Reinforced Edge Paper are pre-reinforced paper designed specifically for the index tab manufacturer, and digital or offset printer. These edge-reinforced sheets feature a polyester strip designed to withstand the high temperatures of digital imaging equipment and presses while offering a secure hold in your bound document. These reinforced edge paper are ideal for a variety of applications such as medical and legal documents, price sheets, manuals, directories, and much more. Make your business more reliable, secure, and professional with these 110lb 11" x 9" Reinforced Edge Paper.

Product Details

  • Tough reinforced paper to keep important pages secured in the binder.
  • Pages lay perfectly flat with no thickness buildup to prevent misfeeds and jams.
  • Ideal for the most important papers in your business.
  • Full reams can easily be loaded into laser or injet printers, copiers, and presses for jam-free production.
  • 9/16" wide polyester laminated and recessed binding edge for a durable reinforced edge.
  • Perfect for price sheets, medical, legal, presentation, engineering drawings, sales manuals, training manuals, directories, and more documents.

Item Specifications

  • Color: White
  • Weight: 110#
  • Size: 11" x 9"
  • Reinforced Edge: 11" Side
  • Brightness: 92
  • Hole Punched: None
  • Quantity: 2500 Sheets

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