ProTex™ Heat Resistant Tissue Saves Print House Time and Money

Company Profile

A home goods printer focusing on sublimation printing of high-quality, custom designed household rugs and bedspreads.


The print house was having a major bleed through problem with a competitor’s tissue.

The belt was getting contaminated with ink and the printer needed to replace the $15,000 belt much more often than typically needed resulting in lost revenue and significant downtime.


The printer switched to Beaver Paper’s ProTexTM tissue, which extended the life of their calendar belt by blocking the excess dye-gas. Even though the ProTexTM 19 gsm high gas barrier tissue was thinner, it proved to be superior to the thicker tissue the customer had been using.

Additionally, Beaver Paper was able to save the customer more money with our tissue which offers 30 percent more tissue for every pound of tissue, while still outperforming the competition.


Beaver Paper solved the customers dye-gas bleed through issue with ProTexTM high barrier tissue while saving the customer time and thousands of dollars on belt replacements. With the elimination of bleed through, they did not have to replace their belts nearly as often.

Additionally, the lower basis weight offered the customer 30 to 40 percent more tissue per pound of paper purchased. The longer roll lengths allowed for fewer roll changes and less downtime.

Features and Benefits

Longer Roll Lengths

Fewer roll changes, less downtime.

Lower Basis Weight

Reduces purchase transport, storage and disposal costs.

Natural Color

No bleaching agents, less harmful to the environment.


Eliminates a major cause of heat induced textile yellowing.

High Gas Barrier Sheet with Heat Resistance

Extends life of the calendar belt by blocking excess dye-gas.

Neutral ph

Retains most tensile strength after prolonged exposure to heat.

Wrinkle-free wind

Prevents transferred crease marks.

High tensile strength

Reduces web tear-outs.


100% recyclable ingredients.

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