Life Is Noteworthy. Commemorate achievements by using these Southworth Copper Certificates with a Copper Foil Border and Parchment Finish.
Recognize excellence in any setting with these blank certificates, which feature a copper background and copper foil border. The parchment finish produces a sophisticated appearance, while the 24-pound material delivers a high-quality feel. These Southworth bordered certificates are compatible with inkjet and laser printers, making them perfect for individualized messages or bulk printing.
Paper which has no acid or residual acid-producing chemicals is called “acid free.” Papers that are “acid free” will resist yellowing and disintegration longer than sheets that are not acid free. This is particularly true as the percent of wood pulp in paper relative to the amount of cotton increases, since cotton papers are less likely to disintegrate or yellow than papers made of all or part wood pulp. Paper with a pH factor of “7″ or higher are considered acid free.
What weight of paper should I use?
Fine papers are manufactured in various weights, commonly 32, 24, and 20 pound weights. The substance weight of fine writing paper is determined by the weight of 500 sheets of 17″ x 22″ paper before it is cut to the final 8 1/2″ x 11″ size. If the paper has been manufactured to a 20-pound specification, 500 sheets of this uncut paper will weigh 20 pounds. Four reams of 8 1/2″ x 11″ paper can be cut from each of these uncut sheets. Therefore, a ream of 8 1/2″ x 11″ paper will weigh 5 pounds (20 lbs. divided by four). The most common paper weight today is 20 lb. While Southworth sells 20 lb. papers, most of its papers are 24 lb. weight or higher, providing a more substantial feel and greater durability.
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