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FiberMark Launches DigiScape, PVC Free Wall Covering

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

FiberMark (www.fibermark.com), a manufacturer of specialty cellulose and synthetic fiber-based printing media, announces the availability of DigiScapeTM PVC Free Digitally Printable wall covering.  DigiScapeTM is an environmentally responsible alternative to PVC wall covering products.
 
DigiScapeTM is a 17 mil thick, 350 gsm, latex saturated, wet strength, commercial wall covering product. DigiScapeTM is manufactured with a combination of 30% post consumer waste cellulose fibers, virgin fibers, and synthetic fibers, making it strong and durable.
 
DigiScapeTM is available in three textures:

  • DigiScapeTM Smooth Matte
  • DigiScapeTM Canvas, with a textile like texture
  • DigiScapeTM Weave, with a sail cloth like texture

 DigiScapeTM Highlights:

  • Wide-Format Inkjet Compatible: Latex, Eco-Solvent, Solvent, UV Curable Printers
  • Environmentally responsible: Made with sustainable/recycled materials
  • Environmentally Safe:  Contains no phthalates, heavy metals, or harsh chemicals
  • PVC Free: Long shelf life, no plasticizer migration
  • ASTM E84: Class A Fire Rating
  • Made in the USA: From mill to market; keeps more US citizens employed
  • Integrated manufacturing: Better quality control, lower cost
  • Contributes to LEED credits in new manufacturing
  • Permeable: Allows water to flow though reducing mold, mildew, and the chance of bubbling after installation
  • Dimensionally Stable: No shrinkage during printing, which ensures professional installation

 

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