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Chromata White Canvas is among the most archival canvases available today. In addition, its breakthrough technology results in a canvas that is whiter than traditional canvas manufactured with OBA's. Chromata White Canvas utilizes our most advanced inkjet canvas coating technology that is an industry leader in Dmax and Color Gamut. It was designed to deliver roll to roll CONSISTENCY from one production to the next.
The water resistant surface works exceptionally well with Glamour II Veneer, our proprietary water-based top coat coating designed specifically for our line of inkjet canvas (click here to see a video demonstration and for further information on Glamour II). If coated with Glamour II, this canvas will not crack even under extremely rigorous stretching conditions (canvas gallery wrap).
*Chromata White Canvas can be adhered to just about any surface (such as masonite board) by simply applying Glamour II Veneer coating onto the underneath surface of the canvas. Today, Glamour II is commonly used as a very effective mounting adhesive for those who prefer not to stretch canvas giclees. In addition to all Epson and Canon printers, Chromata White is also suited for all Roland printers, including the Eco-Sol printers using Eco-sol ink as well as the Roland's new "Max" ink.
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If you are new to Breathing Color and would like to test this product, we highly recommend that you take advantage of the inexpensive Trial rolls offered. Trial rolls are priced at cost, in order to encourage our customers to try our award-winning products for a minimal investment. Trial rolls provide enough product so that our customers can sufficiently run tests and create samples.
CUSTOMERS MAY ONLY PURCHASE ONE TRIAL ROLL OF EACH PRODUCT.
Print Permanence Testing & Archivability Standards
Chromata White Passes Blue Wool Test
Extensive independent testing by a UKAS accredited laboratory has concluded that the Chromata White Canvas meets and exceeds the standards set forth by the Fine Art Trade Guild for pH and light fastness. The Fine Art Trade Guild has established these standards in order to protect the interests of consumers. Consumers who follow the Blue Wool Testing and the Fine Art Trade Guild standards can be confident that the art and framing supplies they use are archival certified.
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Compatible Inkjet Printers
This Product has been compatibility tested and approved for the following printers. If you do not see your printer listed below, it does not mean it is not compatible but that we have not tested and approved your printer at this time. Our aqueous media is compatible with most pigment and dye-based ink systems.
Professional Photo: Pixma Pro-1, Pixma Pro-10, Pixma Pro-100, Pixma Pro9500, Pixma Pro9500 Mark II
Large Format: iPF5000, iPF5100, iPF6000S, iPF6100, iPF6200, iPF6300, iPF6300S, iPF6350, iPF6400, iPF6450, iPF8000, iPF8000S, iPF8300, iPF8300S, iPF8400, iPF9000, iPF9100, iPF9400, iPF9400S, W6400, i990
Stylus Photo Series: R1800, R1900, R2000, R2400, R2880, R3000
Stylus Pro Series: 3800, 3880, 3890, 4000, 4800, 4880, 4900, 7500, 7600, 7700, 7800, 7880, 7890, 7900, 9500, 9600, 9700, 9800, 9880, 9890, 9900, 10000, 10600, 11880, WT7900
Surecolor: T3000, T5000, T7000
Hi-Fi Jet Pro & Pro II Series Printers, VersaArt RA-640
DesignJet: 1055CM +, Z2100, Z3100, Z3200, Z3200ps, 5000, Z5200, 5500, Z6100, Z6200
Photosmart Pro: 8750, B9180
JV-4, JV2-130, JV22-160
RJ46, RJ50, RJ62, RJ64, RJ900, ValueJet 1304W, ValueJet1604AW, ValueJet1638W
All Durst printers using aqueous pigment or dye-based ink