Permanence and Durability of Writing, Printing and Copying on Paper
For users of printing or copying equipment, as well as manufacturers of toners, inks, and digital printing presses, the question often arises as to whether the printed document will remain legible for several decades. In some cases, also the issue of the forgery security of the document is relevant. Even when signing documents, it must be ensured that the signature made with a writing instrument remains undoubtedly recognizable. What options are there to verify the desired "permanence and durability" of the document in advance? This will be explained in this PTS Insight.
The changes to the test methods in the forthcoming new revision of ISO 11798, which deals with the durability of writings, prints and copies on paper, will be discussed, and comparisons will be drawn with the testing of durability and anti-counterfeiting in accordance with §12 DONot (Service Regulations for Notaries), which is common practice in Germany.
Who is this event for?
Paper & packaging industry, paper manufacturers, quality management