Drytac expands printable self-adhesive range

Drytac has announced a new White M50 addition to its SpotOn range of printable, adhesive films. The SpotOn range has been developed for the easy, bubble-free application of vibrant graphics.

Drytac’s new SpotOn White M50 self-adhesive vinyl is said to offer 50 percent more opacity than the standard version.

This is a 100µ (4 mil) printable white matte monomeric PVC film, coated on one side with Drytac’s dot-patterned, removable pressure-sensitive polyacrylate adhesive. The adhesive is protected by a single-sided, siliconized clay coated Kraft release liner. Drytac says that it offers up to 50% more opacity than the standard SpotOn White product. It can be used with eco-solvent, latex and UV wide format printers and is said to be suitable for short-term indoor wall and window applications. It can be repositioned, and cleanly removed within 12 months of initial installation.

Steve Broad, sales director for Drytac Europe, explains: “SpotOn White M50 has been developed in response to customer demand for an easy to apply, printable film with greater opacity. It enables customers to overlay original graphics on different substrate surfaces without show through.” 

The Drytac range is distributed in the UK through Antalis.



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