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Kernow North America Expends their MetaliK Range with the Launch of their NEW MetaliK Window Perf Film at Printing United in Dallas October 23-25

Press release from the issuing company

Pittsford, N.Y. – The global leader of digitally printable synthetic substrates, Kernow North America, will be showing their extensive wide format range and new products at booth 6908 during this year’s Printing United Show in Dallas from October 23-25.

In recent years Kernow North America has seen growth and success in the wide format market. The latest product is KernowJet® MetaliK® Window Perf, a unique decoration film offering a new way to enhance the visibility of your communications on glass. This self-adhesive metallic material is a perforated, PVC-free film with a metallic effect on both sides, making it ideal for glass displays. The chosen perforation of 30% open area allows excellent shine and visibility of your design.

MetaliK Window Perf is aimed at creating a highly impactful promotional space with a strong metallic shine to grab people’s attention. Unlike standard one-way vision film, this film does not have a black rear-side giving a see-through effect. It allows light through without creating the ‘no-film’ effect of a film with a black rear-side, ensuring the print on the metallic side is easy to view and eye catching.

The 2.2mil thickness of the film makes it easy to handle, and can be cut and weeded to create a negative image, like one of a company logo, by example. It will cover large windows thanks to the material width of 54”. It prints easily and is suitable for Solvent, Latex & UV-ink printing.

KernowJet MetaliK® Window Perf comes in a choice of Gold, Silver, and Rose Gold, and is color matched on both sides of the film. More information and samples are available by request; please email Customer Service with enquiries at [email protected]

Join us at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center October 23–25 and explore the latest technologies and trends in printing.


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