Pressure sensitive writing paper that does not use carbon.
any paper stock coated, manufactured, or treated to provide part-to-part imaging under pressure without the use of carbon interleaves. Chemical-mated systems require contact between two paper surfaces, each with a different, relatively colorless coating that reacts under pressure to form a visible image on one surface. Chemical self-contained carbonless paper has the two coatings manufactured onto the same sheet. Mechanical transfer carbonless paper relies on the physical transfer of pigmented material.
Used for making copies. This paper is chemically coated so that duplicate copies can be produced without the use of carbon paper.
paper that has been treated with carbon derivatives and/or chemicals as to transfer (through pressure of a typewriter or pen) an impression from one form to another. These come in two types chemical transfer and physical transfer. CB (Coated Back): is a carbonless sheet of paper (with the coating on the back) - that incorporates the 2 coat - transfer method. CF (Coated Front): is a carbonless sheet of paper (with the coating on the front) - that incorporates the 2 coat - transfer method. CFB (Coated Front and Back): is a carbonless sheet of paper (with the coating on the front and the back) - that incorporates the 2 coat - transfer method.
Paper commonly used to produce multi-part business forms. Chemically transfers images from one sheet to another without carbon paper. The sheets are coated on one or two sides with an emulsion of colourless dyes and oils. A set is made up of three types of papers: 1. CB (coated back), which is the top, white sheet in the set; 2. CF (coated front), which is the bottom sheet; 3. CFB (coated front and back), which is used for middle sheets of a multi-part form. The accepted colour sequence is White, Canary Yellow, Pink, Green, Golden.
Paper that is treated or coated so that it will generate a copy under pressure.
NCR paper is a coated paper that will give you multiple copies without carbon.
Any stock coated, manufactured, or treated to provide part to part imaging under pressure with out the use of carbon intervals.
Carbon-coated paper used primarily for forms requiring several duplicate copies, without separate sheets of carbon paper. UVic Printing requisitions are an example of carbonless paper
Papers that have been treated with chemicals and carbon derivatives that are activated by pressure.
or Carbonless copy paper (CCP) usually comprises two sheets of paper. The underside of the top sheet is printed with a colourless dye contained within tiny gelatine capsules and the bottom sheet is printed with a reactive agent which turns black when mixed with the colourless dye. When the top sheet of paper is written on, the gelatine capsules are broken, causing the writing to be reproduced on the bottom sheet. In some types of carbonless paper both the dye and the reactive agent are contained within a single sheet of paper. Carbonless paper is sometimes known as NCR paper, meaning "no carbon required", a term invented by National Cash Registers which originally owned the patent to the technology.
paper coated with chemicals that enable transfer from one sheet to another with pressure from writing or typing.
Copying paper that is coated so that it can be used without carbon coating or interleaved carbon paper.
Chemically coated paper so that duplicate copies can be produced without the use of carbons.