Tele-Paper is a manufacturer of Thermal Paper Roll for Point of Sale (POS). Our paper source is from Japan ensuring quality on every print. As a manufacturer, we can provide them at a competitive manufacturer’s price, without sacrificing the quality.
We manufacture tinted paper rolls for a variety of colourized receipts.
If brand awareness is your concern, we also manufacture pre-printed receipts to meet your marketing needs.
We also innovated a coreless thermal paper roll for more value to you. So you could get more length per roll.
Premium Gold Grade Thermal Paper is the right choice if resistant to environmental exposure and long image durability is required.
Other thermal paper roll includes ATM paper roll, BPA free thermal paper roll and blank thermal.
FAQ About Thermal Paper Roll / Cash Register Paper
What is the difference between cash register paper, and POS printing paper?
The terms cash register paper and POS printing paper refer to the same product, ie the paper that is most commonly used for printing receipts of purchase transactions. They are categorized into two different paper types which are thermal paper and woodfree paper. Woodfree paper requires a printer with an ink ribbon. Thermal paper requires a thermal printer. Sometimes they are called cash register rolls since the papers are in roll form.
Do you sell thermal cash register paper rolls?
Yes, we are a manufacturer of cash register paper rolls and you may buy from us directly.
Do you ship cash register paper globally?
We sell cash register paper globally in more than 130 countries with a presence in the United States, Argentina, Peru, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Kenya and more.
What type of paper is used for thermal cash register paper?
Thermal cash register paper is a type of thermal paper. The basic thermal paper is composed of three layers, made up of base paper, pre-coat and thermal coat.
The paper foundation is the base paper, made from wood pulp. The paper is then coated with a pre-coat as a primer. This is to fill the empty spaces between fibres for a smooth surface for printing. It also acts as a stabilizer.
The thermal coat is a solid-state mixture of leuco dye, stabilizer and developer. The thermal coat is the imaging / thermal reactive layer. The image is created through direct transmission of heat onto the thermal paper. When the thermal printer print head applies its hot pin to the paper, it changes colour to black due to the reaction with the dye, stabilizer and developer.
Thermal paper can also be given a protective coating on the front or back. A topcoat is a coating on the front. It is useful if the paper is to be exposed to mechanical wear, adhesives, chemical influences (eg oil, grease, alcohol etc) or adverse environmental effects (eg high humidity, moisture or water). Topcoat allows the image to last for a longer period by resisting the elements. The back coat is for anti curling and antistatic electricity treatment.
Can you use thermal paper in a regular printer?
No, thermal paper only works on a thermal printer. Thermal paper imaging is achieved via a chemical reaction in the thermal coat when it is exposed to heat. A thermal paper only requires heat to generate the image, without messy ink or ribbon.
Why choose a thermal cash register paper?
There are many advantages a thermal cash register paper has over woodfree cash register paper, notably:
1. Clearer image print out and free of blurs and ink smudges.
2. Easy to load and handle. It doesn’t require any ink cartridge or ribbon. Less tedious paper loading requirements in comparison to dot matrix printer. The dot matrix printer requires paper to be threaded under the ribbon.
3. Thermal printer is 10 times faster than a dot matrix printer ensuring an increase in productivity and faster transaction time.
4. Thermal printer is highly durable as it has fewer moving parts. It’s less susceptive to breakdown and lower maintenance costs.
5. It also ensures consistent and precise printing quality as it does not depend on the ribbon/ink, which wears out with usage.
6. It’s good for branding. It allows flexibility in printing a variety of fonts, logos, barcodes and images that are well beyond the dot matrix printer’s capabilities
7. Thermal printer is a space-saver. It is small and portable for handheld carry.