Drytac enhances Emerytex laminates

Drytac Europe has announced an enhanced version of its Emerytex laminating film, which is said to offer superior anti-slip qualities, scuff resistance, and protection from UV degradation for both indoor and outdoor graphics applications.

Emerytex is a 4mm (100µ) embossed monomeric calendered PVC laminating film with a matte pebble textured finish. The improved version has an HSE R11 slip certification for better slip resistance for floor graphics. It’s also suitable for POP displays, counter mats and so on where a scuff-resistant finish is required.

It has a clearer matte finish and a pressure-sensitive, solvent acrylic adhesive with a white moisture stable release liner.

Steve Broad, Drytac Europe’s sales director, says: “Emerytex is a high quality, versatile laminating film. Thanks to its superior anti-slip qualities, Drytac Emerytex can be used for laminating floor graphics in a wide variety of environments. Additionally, with its UK Class 0 Fire Rating, it is perfect for applications in public areas that require compliance with strict fire regulations, such as airports, hotels and hospitals.”





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