What kind of paper can be used in ultrasonic video printer

Time : 2023-07-22

As a modern and efficient printing equipment, ultrasonic video printer is widely used in the medical field. However, proper selection of the right paper is critical to ensuring sharpness and durability of your prints.

This article describes the paper requirements and available options for use with ultrasonic video printers.


Paper requirements

1. Water resistance: Ultrasonic video printers use thermal printing technology, and the printed images are easily affected by moisture or moisture. Therefore, the selected paper must have good waterproof performance to ensure the stability and durability of printing quality.
2. Smoothness: The printed image needs to have clear details and vivid colors. Therefore, the surface smoothness of the paper is a key factor. Smooth paper provides better image quality and prevents ink bleeding from blurring the paper.

3. Tear resistance: The output of the ultrasonic video printer is to directly transfer the image to the paper through the thermal print head, so the selected paper needs to have good tear resistance. This ensures the integrity and readability of printouts.

Viable option

1. Thermal paper:  Thermal paper is a kind of thermal printing paper with special coating, which is suitable for ultrasonic video printers. It has good water resistance, smoothness and tear resistance. Thermal paper is usually supplied in rolls and can be purchased from medical device or ultrasound equipment suppliers.

2. Medical printing paper:  Medical printing paper is paper specially designed for ultrasonic video printers, and has similar characteristics to thermal paper. It is manufactured using a specialized manufacturing process and is certified for the medical industry. Medical grade paper is available from medical equipment suppliers.

It should be noted that please choose products that meet the requirements of national standards, and follow the suggestions and requirements in the instruction manual to ensure the printing effect and the normal operation of the equipment.