Drytac extends ReTac peelable media range

Drytac will be adding a number of new additions to its ReTac permanently peelable range at Fespa Digital.

The new self adhesive wide format media include ReTac 75, a 75µ white polymeric PVC film coated on one side with a pressure-sensitive low-tack repositionable Polyacrylate adhesive. It’s suitable for use with solvent, eco-solvent and UV inkjet printers and can be applied to ceramic tiles, PVC flooring, sealed wood, and sealed concrete.

ReTac 200 is a more rigid 200µ high density polyethylene substrate that can be used to create graphics which hide the profile of the wall behind it for a smoother image.

ReTac Chalk is a 180µ PVC chalkboard film, available in a green finish, to create chalkboards that can be applied to virtually any surface for applications such as hotel and restaurant menus, instant note-pads for reminders and for creating areas on walls for children to draw on.

Finally, Drytac WipeOut is a a 50µ Polyester film with a hard coat dry erase surface coating that works well with the majority of dry-erase marker pens.


Steve Broad, Sales Director for Drytac Europe, explains:  “Unlike traditional removable adhesives that all have a tendency to form a strong bond over time, these products have a new Polyacrylate adhesive technology that will not change its strength pattern over time, thereby offering a fantastic bond without the worry of damage to the underlying surface when removed.”




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