Unit sets offer your customer increased
efficiency. Omega offers many standard sizes and value-added features for your
We also offer you the most complete line of
special features. These include crash numbering, jumbo numbers, consecutive bar
coding, MICR encoding and binding into books.
- Auto Repair Forms
- Bill of Lading
- Claim Forms
- Expense Reports
- Fuel Meter Tickets
- Garage Repair Orders
- Payroll Change Notice
- Purchase Order Forms
- Repair Orders
- Warning Notice
- Maintenance Request
- Money Receipt
- Parking Tickets
Carbon Interleaved Unit
These are bond papers with one-time carbons interleaved into unit sets for
either handwritten or machine use.
Carbons may be either blue or black, standard
grade medium intensity. Generally blue carbons are best for handwritten forms
while black carbons are best for machine use.
Carbonless Unit Sets:
Carbonless papers (often referred to as NCR paper) can also be provided.
Carbonless papers use two chemical coatings
(capsules), one on the face the other on the back of a sheet of paper. When
pressure is applied (ie: handwriting, typing or machine impact) the two
capsules interact and create an image.
Forms must be engineered so that papers are
properly in position.
- Part 1 of a form set would most often use a
coated back sheet - CB
- Inside parts would contain a coating on both
the front and the back - CFB
- The Last part only need have a coating on the
face - CF
Ink: One or more ink colors may be used. If a PMS match color
is needed, we will print in the ink color requested.
Pasted Stub: All parts and carbons are pasted together in a
stub, which may or may not have line-hole punching. A customer can design his
form to print parallel with or at a right angle to the stub so that the stub
will be at either the top or bottom, left or right.
Marginal Words: Marginal words such as "Customer's Copy, File
Copy," etc., to denote disposition of parts may be printed in one line of
our standard type.
Packing: Unit sets are packed for shipment in corrugated cartons.
Numbered forms have beginning and ending numbers on the outside of the carton.
The quantity of sets in a package depends on the width of the form and parts in