Hahnemühle Store UK

Hahnemühle Platinum Rag

Format
Content
Grammage gsm
SKU:
10647102
EAN:
4011367101022

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Hahnemühle Platinum Rag
Hahnemühle Platinum Rag is an uncoated fine art paper. It is designed to meet the highest quality requirements for platinum printing and any other non-traditional photographic printing processes like Palladium, Van Dyke, Cyanotype and Salt Prints. The natural bright white paper with a weight of 300 gsm is made of 100% cotton fibres. It is acid free and does not contain any alkaline buffering. Along with the optimised sizing, the paper allows for easy coating and clearing. Hahnemühle Platinum Rag excels with a beautiful tonal range and very deep blacks. The smooth, slightly textured surface lends the paper a pleasant feel-to-the-touch. Both sides have a very good print quality without any noticeable difference while printing both the front and the back.

  • 100% cotton, 300 gsm
  • Smooth, subtle textured surface 
  • Natural bright white 
  • Without optical brighteners 
  • Acid free 
  • Free of alkaline buffering 
  • Optimised sizing for easy handling 
  • Beautiful tonal range and very deep blacks 
  • Pleasant feel-to-the-touch
  • Dark humidified cabinet or storage room
  • A stable temperature of approx. 20°C
  • 55% relative humidity

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