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GPA announces new high-temp lightbox material

Friday, April 22, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Chicago, IL – GPA proudly announces the latest addition to their product line: Ultra Film High-Temp Lightbox Material, which offers the affordability, sustainability and durability that make it the ideal choice for printing outdoor illuminated signage.
Ultra Film High-Temp Lightbox Material is an economical alternative to Polycarbonate and offers tremendous durability over Styrene. Created to meet the specific challenges of outdoor lightboxes, this material offers a high heat deflection rating and durability, so corners will not crack when folded and inserted into slots. From the coldest Minnesota winters to the hottest Arizona summers, GPA's High-Temp Lightbox Material can withstand the harshest elements without cracking, warping or yellowing in the sun. It is perfect for applications such as point-of-sale (POS) signage, menu boards, and all other types of outdoor illuminated signage.
This polypropylene-based polyolefin also qualifies as a #5 recyclable plastic and offers the added advantage of being curbside recyclable, provided the finished piece carries the #5 recycling symbol and the local municipality picks up #5 plastics. This new product makes it easier than ever for customers to make sustainable business choices.
Ultra Film High-Temp Lightbox Material is stocked in 28" x 40" sheets for offset and UV printing, with custom sizes available up to 48" x 90".


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