Are you ready to meet Blue4est®, the first recyclable thermal paper roll for sustainable receipt printing?
Rotolificio Bergamasco srl has always been a passionate promoter of sustainability. This is why we came up with a groundbreaking solution for those companies that prioritize environmental protection - the Blue4est® technology.
What is Blue4est®?
Blue4est® is a thermal paper roll which immediately stands out for its peculiar blue color. It has been designed for printing applications where heat is involved to create images or texts on paper without using ink nor ribbons.
Blue4est® main features
Unlike traditional thermal paper, Blue4est® rolls are not chemically treated. Thermal coating is free of bisphenol A - also known as BPA - and bisphenol S (BPS). These chemical substances have raised some concerns related to their alleged impact on human health.
Furthermore, these blue receipt printing paper rolls by Rotolificio Bergamasco srl are made using materials from sustainable sources. They have been conceived to be the first recyclable receipt, helping to reduce our carbon footprint and environmental impact.
As the name suggests, Blue4est® are kind of blue thermal paper rolls. The color is due to the coating used on paper to make it react to the heat. However, this appearance does not affect printing which is even more resistant, up to 25+ years warranty.
From 48grm to 80grm
From 28mm to 82mm
From 8mm to 76mm
Our range of products is fully customizable thanks to a wide range of processes that we can implement.
Offset and flexography printing
Water-based flexographic printing, UV flexographic printing, and offset printing: High-quality prints for impeccable results.
Hologram and magnetic application
We have specific technology for applying holograms and magnetic elements, as well as the ability to print magnetic ink for ticketing purposes.
Application of a thin layer of material on the paper to enhance its strength, ink absorption, or provide specific characteristics such as waterproofing or WTR, OTR, KIT Grease barriers. Additionally, we can apply adhesives on paper, both hot melt and acrylic.
It is a process in which small openings or regular holes are created, such as perforations, precuts, and labels.