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Crystalblue solvent acrylic adhesive from Hexis UK

Crystalblue solvent acrylic adhesive from Hexis UK

A new generation of solvent acrylic adhesives called Crystalblue is available from Hexis UK. It has been developed to help improve the images and graphics printed on vinyls when using solvent, eco-solvent and UV-curable inkjet printers.

Vinyl that has grey or black adhesive can look dull in appearance and the printed result may not be as vibrant as expected. Vinyls with clear adhesive may allow the target substrate to show through the printed vinyl, reducing the clarity of the printed image itself. To combat these problems Crystalblue adhesive technology is a special colour blue that has been specially formulated to support the opacity of a vinyl film when applying onto a dark substrate. As well as helping white vinyl to look brighter, images that are printed onto a Crystalblue media also appear brighter and sharper.

The permanent Crystalblue solvent acrylic adhesive technology allows the product to stick to a wide variety of surfaces, such as painted walls, foam board, acrylic, steel, composite aluminium sheet, vehicles and glass. All Crystalblue media has an ultra white high gloss finish with a fast drying formulation.

The Crystalblue adhesive technology is available on two products. The first is HD3801 a 100?m monomeric calendered pvc vinyl with permanent Crystalblue solvent acrylic adhesive technology on a Digital lay flat liner with up to four years outdoor durability. This product is suitable for indoor and exhibition graphics, floor graphics and short term outdoor vehicle graphics and signage. The second product is HD5701 a 75?m polymeric calendered pvc vinyl with permanent Crystalblue solvent acrylic adhesive technology on a PE coated Digital layflat liner with up to seven years outdoor durability. This product is suitable for outdoor vehicle graphics and signage.

Both products are available at 1370mm x 50m from stock for immediate next working day delivery.

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