Drytac to show ColorCapture wall coverings

Drytac will use next week’s Fespa show to demonstrate its new ColorCapture range of wallcovering products as well as new additions to the SpotOn and Polar media ranges.

Drytac’s ColorCapture wall coverings come in a wide range of different textures.

The new ColorCapture range has been designed to allow customers to create the wall décor media to best suit their specific requirements. There are various textured wallcoverings, including a line of paper fleeced embossed wallcoverings with a choice of ivory, canvas, sycamore and leather finishes. All the fleece products are tear-resistant, shrinkage-free and certified to conform to European M2 fire-rating standards.

The range also includes a number of embossed PVC wallcoverings, such as the ReTac Textures line up of canvas, linen, sand and wood textures. In addition, there is a line of woven polyester wallcoverings, which features FabrikTac™ woven fabric film and a line of non-woven polyester wallcoverings featuring SynTexture synthetic textured wallcovering.

There’s a choice of four adhesive options that have been designed to be paired with each face film. These include water activated adhesive, permanent adhesive, removable adhesive and ReTac,Drytac’s removable and repositionable adhesive.

Shaun Holdom, Global Product Manager for Drytac, commented: “This is real revolutionary thinking from Drytac. Our manufacturing expertise and flexibility allows us to put the customer very much in control by offering an unrivalled choice of media in exactly the configuration they need for the job.”

Drytac will also show a number of new films. This includes the new SpotOn PET, a printable 75µ polyester film that can be used with any UV printer. The SpotOn range use an adhesive technology that enables the films to be applied easily and then removed cleanly later.

Drytac is also launching Polar Burst, an ultra-reflective 95µ PVC film designed to deliver eye-catching graphics. It’s a PVC film meant for high-end signage and retail applications. It has a removable adhesive on the back that Drytac claims can be removed without leaving any residue.

Finally, it’s worth noting that Fespa itself will be using a number of Drytac films. Thus the floor graphics throughout the show will be printed onto SpotOn Floor 200, which does not need to be laminated and is certified to be non-slip. The graphics on the information booths around the show will be printed onto ReTac 150 film, which boasts a Class 0 fire rating and is suitable for use in public areas that require compliance with strict fire regulations.

You can find further information on these products from Drytac’s own website.

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