The Advantages of Using ATM Thermal Receipt Paper Rolls to Generate Transaction Receipts
One of the most important functions of an ATM (Automated Teller machines) is that it has made banking really simple for the common folks. The ATMs always generate a receipt after a transaction is completed and these receipts are printed on 80mm x 150mm x 25mm ATM receipt paper roll size options. These days, ATMs offer customers the option to either accept or refuse a transaction receipt. Some folks choose to accept the receipts while others refuse it but doesn’t mean that ATMs are going to stop generating transaction receipts any time in the near future.
Scope of adding value to ATM thermal paper
ATM paper rolls are customized for many ATM brands such ACG, Vortex, Wincor Nixdorf, NCR, Diebold, GRG, Hyosung, Sigma, etc. These paper rolls offer high quality print output and they are made from standard 55gsm, 58gsm, 60gsm, 65gsm best-in-class thermal paper. The ATM receipt paper rolls normally have coating on just one side although both the thermal and non-thermal sides of the paper can be pre-printed with design artwork such as company logo, tagline, promotional information, coupon code, forthcoming events or advertisements.
The process of printing transaction receipts in ATMs
ATMs are sophisticated machines designed to function at high speed, offering great print quality to achieve efficiency that together combine to provide the customer with a great experience. The 80mm x 180mm x 25mm ATM receipt paper rolls are printed via heat transfer through the print head of the ATM. Some ATMs also use non-thermal bond paper rolls to generate the transaction receipts for customers. However, such printers use the conventional impact printers that use ink and ribbons to print.
Shipping of thermal paper rolls across the world
Noida, Delhi NCR-based Rudkav, which is a leading manufacturer and supplier of BPA-free thermal paper, has customers scattered not just across the country but also across the world. They use multi-modal shipping options to deliver their thermal paper rolls worldwide. The products are loaded into shipping containers when arriving at the port and customers are responsible for collecting their shipment as well as for customs clearance on their side.