Our catalogues contain a large number of references available in several different grammages. Depending on your project, we’ll be able to recommend grammages ranging from 210 to over 990 grams. We can also use the laminating technique, which involves gluing two or more papers together to create a thicker, more resistant material.

The process involves applying an adhesive to one or both surfaces of the sheets, then pressing them together to form a homogeneous, durable material. This technique, which we use very regularly, enhances and improves the quality, rigidity, strength and durability of the composition. Laminating can be done with different papers or with papers of the same type, depending on the desired end result. Laminating can also be used to create a double-sided composition for an original, creative print with a unique design.

Define the weight of a paper

The grammage of a paper is defined by the weight of the sheet of paper per unit area. It is expressed in grams per square metre (g/m²). Grammage is an important measurement for determining the quality and strength of a paper.

Calculating paper weight is relatively simple. Simply weigh a sheet of paper, then divide the weight by the surface area of the sheet in square metres.

For example, if a sheet of paper measuring 50 cm x 70 cm weighs 80 grams, its grammage will be 80/(0.5×0.7) = 229 g/m².

Weight is an important indicator of paper quality. The higher the grammage, the stronger and higher quality the paper.

It should be noted that grammage is not the only important measure for determining paper quality. Texture, colour, gloss and other characteristics can also affect the quality and final appearance of printed paper.