Anti-Graffiti Film from Mactac

PermaColor window protection in three variations.

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Mactac has released PermaColor Anti-Graffiti and Window Protection Films, designed to add durability to graphic images and windows. The line is available in three configurations that are designed to prevent graffiti, scratches, acid-etching gouges, UV light damage, and tagging. SAG 36 is a 1.7-mil economy film for graphics on smooth surfaces; the 2-mil SAG 53 intermediate hard-coated film is designed for glass surfaces; and the heavy-duty 6.9-mil SAG 175 is engineered for public transportation applications.

The new films are said to resist shattering and extend display life up to 5 or 10 years indoors and 2 years outdoors. PermaColor Anti-Graffiti and Window Protection Films are clear with permanent acrylic adhesive and a smooth polyester lining, engineered for easy graffiti removal. Mactac reports the film itself is also removable and can serve as an overlaminate.

SAG 36 is available in 60-in. rolls, while SAG 53 comes in 54-in. rolls and SAG 175 is available in 48- and 60-in. rolls.

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