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Drytac's Interlam Pro Laminates Provide Outdoor Durability with a Water-based Adhesive

Published on 2011-09-26. Author : SpecialChem

Richmond, VA -- Drytac®'s Interlam Pro line of pressure-sensitive laminates are rated outdoor durable for three years.

Composed of a premium water-based acrylic adhesive coated on a UV stabilized PVC vinyl base film for conformability, finish and durability. Interlam Pro laminates have excellent resistance to UV light and can be used for both indoor and outdoor applications. Available in widths of 38"(965mm), 51"(1300mm), and 61"(1550mm).

Finishes include

  • Interlam Pro Glossy - a glossy finish that provides UV protection for indoor and outdoor graphics. Great for high volume photographic prints, POP displays, promotional displays and event signage.
  • Interlam Pro Lustre - a low sheen film that reduces undesirable surface glare while providing a luster finish. Effective for high-volume photographic prints, POP displays, architectural renderings, promotional displays and event signage.
  • Interlam Pro Matte - a dead matte finish is recommended for applications requiring a non-glare finish while maintaining color contrast and detail. Recommended for displays and signage that will be viewed under direct lighting.
  • Interlam Pro Emerytex - ideal for floor graphics or graphics where extensive handling may be involved. It's scuff resistant, pebble texture is recommended for floor graphics, tradeshow graphics, mouse pads, and other signage where a durable finish is required.

About Drytac®

Drytac® is a worldwide manufacturer and distributor of mounting, laminating, framing and finishing materials and equipment, including its line of UV curable and aqueous liquid laminators. Its display division also offers an extensive range of banner stands, portable displays and specialty exhibits.

Source: Drytac


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