Banknote Paper is the paper used for printing the banknotes of a country or region. It is government-controlled and can only be issued in accordance with government determination.
The Salto Mill has pioneered the production of banknote paper in Brazil and Latin America since 1978.
Banknote paper is a substrate with several security features and is produced with high technology. It usually contains cotton fiber, which makes it particularly resistant to wear and tear compared to ordinary paper.
There are many security features that can be embedded into banknote paper during the production process, such as watermarks, security fibers, security threads, holographic foils, and others.