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Charrette Announces New Sentinel Low-Temperature Hard Coat Luster Laminate Solution

Monday, March 28, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

Woburn, Massachusetts, March 23, 2005 -- Sentinel, an industry leading brand of printable media and finishing consumables for aqueous and solvent printing systems, is pleased to introduce new Low-Temp HARD COAT Luster Laminate as a heat-activated solution for trade show and POP graphics. Sentinel Low-Temp HARD COAT Luster laminating films feature high quality polyester base films and a copolymer adhesive that is engineered with UV inhibitors to help greatly reduce graphic fade. The films are top coated with a UV cured chemical hard coat formula that was designed to offer maximum protection against scratches, scuffs, and abrasion. "The luster finish offers excellent glare reduction under bright light conditions and is ideal for trade show graphics, point of purchase displays, and other high-traffic areas where graphics require extra durability," stated Marc Spada, Product Manager. "We look forward to continuing to provide our customers with high quality cost effective solutions for their display needs." Sentinel Low-Temp HARD COAT Luster Laminate is available in 5 and 10mil gauges in 38" and 51" widths. Sentinel graphics products are only available at Charrette. Charrette (www.charrette.com), established in 1964 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is the country's largest independent provider of imaging products and services to the professional design marketplace. With operations in Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Chicago, Dayton, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Mobile, New York City, Philadelphia, Rochester, San Francisco, San Diego, Springfield, and Washington D.C. Charrette continues to differentiate itself from competitors by introducing new and innovative products and the ability to serve the specialized needs of its customer base.




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