A paper’s brightness is a scientific measurement of how much blue light the paper reflects. Brightness is an important aspect in choosing the right paper for your needs.
Brightness is measured on a scale of 0 to 100 – the higher the number, the brighter is the paper. 100 is the limit for standard paper made only using pulp.
The brighter a paper is, the higher is the contrast between printed words (typically in black ink) and the sheet. This makes reading easier and less strenuous on the eyes. Printing relatively shorter messages on bright paper creates maximum and lasting impact.
While printing images, brightness influences the colour-correctness of prints. The brighter a paper is, the more blue-spectrum light it reflects, which means it absorbs warmer light tones—creating a blue-white shade. The color most people associate with white paper is true white, which is a light balanced neutral white tone. If you are printing a document with visuals that incorporate warmer tones, pick a brighter paper to make warm colours pop.
The brightness of the most commonly used paper in homes and offices varies from 90 to 100. The brighter the paper, the whiter it appears, making letters and images more crisp and vivid. Look for a higher numbered brightness for important documents.
Galaxy Brite premium multipurpose paper is rated 98 in terms of brightness. Our 80 GSM paper is the best choice for several home and office applications in printers, fax and copy machines. From printing colouring pages for your child to producing elaborate documentation for official puroses, Galaxy Brite is the right choice for every one of your paper needs.
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