When looking at prints on SCA Kraftliner White Top compared to other white kraftliners – the difference in quality is striking. It’s there for you to see. And it can be measured too. It’s called Delta gloss and if it’s all Greek to you, it’s because it is. Delta’ (∆) means ‘difference’ – and Delta gloss is simply the difference between the gloss of the unprinted Kraftliner and the gloss of the printed area.
Just like the rich lively colours we achieve, it’s a result from the specific hardwood-pulp formula we developed to create the smoothest possible surface. We use 1 mm long fresh birch fibers to create a denser Kraftliner with better ink transfer, no annoying spots or cloudy images.
SCA is leading the way - again
We took our first step as early as 1961 when we added a kraftliner machine to our pulp mill in Munksund. Take part of our evolution.
Sustainability is in our DNA
The forest truly is at the core of our operations. We have created an integrated and well-invested industry around this renewable resource.
Why waste ink when you could print better with less?
Sharpen up by choosing SCA Kraftliner White Top. The dense composition of our SCA Kraftliner White Top lets ink transfer onto the print surface just like you want it to.
Gloss - so great you can measure it
The shininess of prints on SCA Kraftliner White Top is for real. Pinch your arm if you like, but we can give you the glossy facts in fine print.