Laserplast is a plastic material specifically used with laser printers because it can resist high temperatures, up to about 200°C. It resists to tears, scraping and is weatherproof. It is also particularly indicated in difficult environmental conditions, where there are very dirty and oily surfaces or in extreme temperature applications. The available thicknesses or densities are 100, 125 and 175 microns (roughly corresponding to 120, 150 and 200 gr/m2). Usually, Laserplast sheet is supplied in the standard format A4 (210 x 297 mm) so that all laser printers on the market can use it.