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Drytac Europe announces availability of ViziPrint Impress Clear UV film

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Bristol, UK - Drytac Europe has announced the immediate availability of ViziPrint Impress Clear UV film.  PVC-free, 100% recyclable, and resistant to both wear and tear and water, the 100 micron film is ideal for self-adhesive applications on glass and other smooth, flat surfaces.

On the new range, Steve Broad, Drytac Sales Director Europe, comments, ?This is a great new addition to our ViziPrint range.  Specifically designed for trouble-free, dry installation of graphics on glass surfaces, ViziPrint Impress film eliminates bubbling and is unaffected by moisture.  Our proprietary suction technology ensures that ViziPrint Impress leaves no residue behind once the graphic has been removed.  The versatile film can also be reverse printed and does not stretch.?

ViziPrint Impress can be used for both indoor and short-term outdoor applications including window advertising, graphics, decals, and stickers; privacy and decorative glass applications; electronic equipment, such as TV screens, iPad/tablet displays and computer monitors; refrigerators or glass display cases; aquarium backdrops and much more.

Compatible with UV curable inks, the film offers excellent print quality with unprinted areas remaining ?super clear?.  It is very easy to apply and remove and can be repositioned and re-applied multiple times.

Pricing and availability

Drytac?s entire range of films and adhesives is exclusively distributed throughout the UK and Ireland by Antalis.  For the most up-to-date pricing and availability, please visit www.antalis.co.uk


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