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An all-round winner

An all-round winner

HEXIS UK has introduced the SUPTAC S5000 Series, a new enhanced range of premium polymeric coloured sign vinyl which is available in more than 100 different hues, including many top brand and transport-approved colours that can be used for multiple signing purposes.

SUPTAC is a premium opaque European-grade 100 percent polymeric PVC vinyl with a very high gloss finish. It can be used for a wide gamut of signage applications, including slightly complex, curved and flat surfaces for signage, shop windows and more.

HEXIS_Suptac_S5000-sdoThe 65µm/2.55mil polymeric PVC cuts and weeds easily, making it ideal for use with very small lettering, fonts with fine serifs, and thin lines and, as it is also available in a variety of widths, ranging from 380mm up to 1520mm, it provides an excellent solution for covering large hoardings and boards.

In addition, due to its outstanding conformability, SUPTAC is also well suited to the application of graphics on lorries, vans, cars, motorcycles, caravans and boats and it can also be successfully used for reverse lettering applications onto glass and acrylic for shop fascias and interior decoration.

It is backed with an industrial-grade, permanent, solvent acrylic adhesive that sticks to a wide variety of surfaces, can be wet-applied and is able to resist both low and high temperature extremes, as well as high humidity conditions. It also features a premium silicone-coated Kraft liner that offers better grip and greater accuracy during the cutting process on friction-fed plotters.

Available in a variety of widths and from 1m to 30m lengths, SUPTAC S5000 is durable for up to 10 years, depending on the colour and application.  Colour swatches and colour cards are available from HEXIS UK.

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