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KoroGraphics Wallcoverings from RJF International

For use with UV-curable and solvent-ink printers

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RJF International, formerly the Polymers Division of BFGoodrich, now offers Koro- Graphics digital wallcovering in a variety of textures. Two years in development, the digital wallcovering has been formulated for use with wide-format solvent and UV-curable systems, and has been tested on several Vutek, Durst, Nur, Mutoh, and Mimaki wide-format printers.

Made of commercial-grade vinyl (appropriate for use in hospitals and hotels), Koro- Graphics is a type II UL-tested and certified Class A fire-rated wallcovering.

KoroGraphics is installed just like other wallcoverings and is available in the standard commercial width of 54 in., with thickness ranging from 0.018 to 0.026 in. It's currently available only in white, but the company is working on printable colored and metallic wallcoverings.


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