Drytac releases peelable wall film

Drytac Europe has announced the immediate availability of ReTac 75 for internal wall graphic applications. This is a 75µ (3 mil) ‘permanently peelable’ white polymeric PVC film coated on one side with a pressure-sensitive low-tack reposition able polyacrylate adhesive.  The adhesive is protected by a single-sided, siliconised Clay Coated Kraft release liner.

It is compatible with latex, solvent, eco-solvent and UV inkjet printers.  Once printed, it can be installed, repositioned and removed from most surfaces including concrete sealed walls, plastered walls, glass, painted surfaces, PVC cladding and ceramic tiles without causing any damage. ReTac 75 is available in 1370mmx 50m rolls.

Steve Broad, sales director for Drytac Europe, comments: “It adheres to almost any indoor surface and offers enormous flexibility when working with printed graphics.  It can be repositioned numerous times without losing adhesion and leaves no residue when removed.”



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