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Shine bright with Drytac Polar Chrome

Shine bright with Drytac Polar Chrome

Drytac has introduced Polar Chrome, a reflective film that is ideal for use in the creation of eye-catching graphics to provide even more options for sign and print companies that want to make an impact with their displays.

Polar Chrome is a 75 micron (3 mil) reflective satin silver PET film that catches the light for a stunning finish. It can be used in conjunction with eco-solvent, solvent, latex and UV printing technologies and is available in rolls up to 60″ wide, making it the perfect choice for a wide variety of applications, such as billboards, exhibition graphics, POS displays and public transport advertisements.

Its three-year indoor and two-year outdoor durability also makes it ideal for use as interior signage and high-impact outdoor signs, with a two-year warranty providing extra reassurance. Furthermore, Polar Chrome is a great choice for the production of ultra-reflective labels.

New Polar Chrome features Drytac’s advanced clear permanent acrylic adhesive, which makes the installation and repositioning of graphics easy, while removal is quick and clean with no sticky residue.

Shaun Holdom, Global Product Manager at Drytac, commented: “This bold reflective film has already been used to create fantastic effects by our network of trusted distribution partners, especially when teamed with clear UV ink to create textures with depth and special effect finishes and we’re greatly looking forward to seeing how our customers’ use Polar Chrome to produce interesting and innovative effects.”

Drytac’s popular Polar range also includes Polar Burst, a satin reflective PVC film perfect for window graphics and Polar Grip vinyl, designed for rough surfaces and permanent printed signs even in extreme weather conditions.

For further information on Drytac’s products and services visit: www.drytac.com

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