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Protac Durosheen Overlam, Economy Pop Up from Drytac

PVC vinyl film with anti-glare surface.

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Drytac has announced its Protac Durosheen pressure-sensitive overlaminating film, a product based on an overlaminate film of the same name from Durotech, acquired by Drytac last year.

The slightly textured 3.5-mil PVC vinyl film is plastisizer free and maintains good color definition due to its scratch-resistant and anti-glare surface. With a gloss level similar to an RS photo, Durosheen is recommended for laminating photographs, inkjet and litho prints, as well as any other graphic that needs a classic finish. Available in 51- and 54-in. rolls.

In addition, Drytac has introduced an Economy Pop Up Trade Show Exhibit. Composed of lightweight aluminum, the display system is based on a self-locking frame that enables quick set-up. Graphics are attached via magnetic strips on the display. The magnetic channel bars are pre-connected and clip to nylon hubs.

The Economy Pop Up is available in industry standard formats of 2x2 (64-in. wide) and 3x3 (92.5-in. wide). Magnetic tape, plastic strips, two halogen display lights, and a hard-shell transport case are included with the display system. A conversion wrap and wooden top to covert the transport case into a podium are optional.



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