K2 Europe announces new wide format media

K2 Europe, which is based in the UK but has manufacturing in Asia, is to launch a number of new wide format media. This includes a new indoor film for one-way vision. It’s a micro-perforated film that consists of 40 percent holes, a reasonable compromise for optimum vision and printing quality.

It uses a nanotech coating developed in Japan which makes it easy to reposition but doesn’t use any glue. It is suitable for eco solvent and latex printers.

There’s also a range of window decoration films under the WF brand. There are 28 patterns in all, spread across some seven series, including frost and line effects. They are aimed at office, retail and hospitality areas.

K2 claims to use a premium grade of PET and says that the films will last for 10 years or more. They use a polymer glue that K2 says can be removed without damaging the glass. The WF series are available in 152 cm wide rolls in 10 and 30 metre lengths. Further details from k2-europe.com.



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