Each area of application follows its own rules and sets its own requirements. Whether POS, labels or tickets. We have the right thermal paper for the job. Because we develop individual and innovative thermoscript products to meet many customer requirements, and offer a wide range of thermal papers for many applications.


At a glance
  • Substance range from 42 – 170 gsm
  • Several sensitivity levels
  • Several resistance levels
  • Very good barcode readability
  • Excellent print image even on fastest thermal printers
  • Archivable for up to 40 years
  • Phenol-free thermal papers
  • Thermal papers without chemical developer
  • ISEGA certified
  • FSC or PEFC certified available


Further information and downloads regarding our thermoscript thermal papers can be found here.



Excellent printability, great durability and very good runability in thermal printers make our thermoscript grades ideal for POS applications. Our very light and thin grades, as well as our phenol-free grades are particularly suited to the POS sector.

Admission Tickets

Our thermoscript thermal papers for ticket applications meet many requirements. High dynamic sensitivity, good printability, optimum durability or long archivability - reliable product properties are essential. No matter whether it's a transport ticket, admission ticket, betting or parking ticket.


Thermoscript thermal papers for label applications meet high demands on the material. The printed image must be sharp to be read correctly by scanners. The paper must be resistant to moisture, temperature fluctuations and plasticizers. Linerless products complete the range.


Further information and downloads regarding our thermoscript thermal papers can be found here.

Direct thermal printing is a contactless printing process which uses heat transfer. A large number of small heating elements are mounted over the entire width of the thermal print head. This means that a thermal printer has very few moving parts and therefore requires very little maintenance. The heating elements transfer heat directly to the thermal paper and there, the functional layer of the thermal paper reacts with a pigmentation creating a printed image.

Of course, as well as text and graphics, all types of barcodes can be printed. Simple, reliable and fast.

Advantages of thermal printing:

  • Low noise
  • Reliable
  • Fast
  • Easy to use
  • Low operating costs (maintenance and energy saving)
  • No other consumables such as toner or ink
  • Compact printing unit, thus particularly suitable for portable handheld devices
  • Can be used under extreme climatic conditions
Thermal imaging process
Thermal imaging process