Hop Industries releases its 2019 Hop-Syn Product Guide and Samples Book

Hop Industries (Lyndhurst, NJ), manufacturer of durable Hop-Syn synthetic papers, has announced the availability of its 2019 Product Guide and Samples Book. The new resource features the company’s range of environmentally-friendly synthetic papers, and now includes a companion guide with how-to articles that address the multitude processes and applications for its durable substrates. The 24-page resource also includes samples of Hop-Syn synthetic paper grades and gauges. The guide book is free, and will be distributed at Hop’s booth at Labelexpo Americas 2018 (Booth 1650), September 25-27, at Print 2018, (Booth 556) September 30-October 2, and at the SGIA Expo (Booth 3911), October 18-20.

The 2019 resource includes Hop-Syn’s featured grades, G1, G2, XT, TO, DL and BL, which are available in a variety of roll widths, sheet sizes and gauges for numerous applications. Major brands and print service providers use Hop-Syn synthetic paper for POP displays, menus, book covers, ID cards, banners, transit signage and much more. Hop-Syn is constructed from polypropylene (PP) resins and calcium carbonate (CaCO3), which provide extra durability and weather resistance over pulp-based papers. The substrate is free of toxins, heavy metals and chlorine. It can be printed via offset litho, UV offset, flexo, screen, UV inkjet or thermal transfer equipment.

Jack Smith.
Jack Smith.

“Our latest Hop-Syn guide is a helpful resource for new and existing customers,” said Jack Smith, Senior Vice President of Hop Industries. “It provides readers with an overview of the wide range of applications for Hop-Syn, along with tips for achieving the best print results.” To request a free copy, please visit https://hopsyn.com/#contact.

Hop-Syn is a division of Hop Industries Corporation. Customers use Hop-Syn to print high quality graphics via offset litho, UV offset, flexo, screen, UV inkjet or thermal transfer equipment. Each Hop-Syn grade has unique characteristics to match the application it’s used for, and are commonly referred to as “application-specific synthetic papers.”

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.