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Magnetic appeal

Magnetic appeal

ASLAN has launched a new range of three, FerroSoft magnetically-receptive films that are extremely soft and flexible, thus facilitating exceptional ease of application

The self-adhesive ferrous films, all of which can be stored and transported in a rolled-up condition, are availablein three different finishes: digitally printable, whiteboard and anthracite-coloured.

As with the existing ferrous films in the ASLAN memoboard portfolio, the new films can be used to transform any smooth substrate into a magnetically-receptive surface. In addition, their flexibility lends itself perfectly to creative customisation, as the films can be cut into any imaginable shape or size and can be used as organisational boards, communication surfaces or even asa background for magnetic, changeable advertising messages.

FerroPrint ASLAN FF 480, the new printable variant in matt white, is so flexible that it can be printed with solvent, eco-solvent, UV-curing and even latex inks, thus enabling any printed image to become magnetically receptive. When used in combination with ASLAN’s transparent blackboard and whiteboard films, printed graphics can also be added i with chalk or whiteboard markers.

The new FerroSoft Whiteboard ASLAN FF 550 film in glossy white, offers a ready-made two-in-one solution as it combines the magnetic function with its use as a whiteboard, thus enabling users to create a high-quality, multi-functional communications surface in just a single pass.

The anthracite-coloured FerroSoft ASLAN FF 410 film is designed to be used with other self-adhesive films, to create a customised whiteboard, blackboard or coloured surface that is also magnetically-receptive.

All of the new self-adhesive FerroSoft films are REACH compliant and are available immediately in a 12 x 1.01 metre format.

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