SIHL WallGrafX Prime 240 FR Satin
The WallGrafX Prime 240 FR Satin is a dimensionally-stable self-adhesive polyester fabric with a coating for printing using solvent and latex inks. It is excellent for the decoration of walls furniture and for advertising applications. The material can be easily applied to smooth and lightly structured substrates, can be repositioned and is removable without leaving residues. Perfect print quality and the vaguely satin surface finish lend this product its own unmistakeable character. The WallGrafX Prime 240 FR Satin features a black backing, which perfectly covers highly contrasting substrates and M1 certification permits its use in public spaces and at exhibitions and fairs. The material is resistant to temperature and humidity fluctuations and is suitable for long-term use indoors and short-term outdoor use.
245mic WallGrafX Prime 240 FR Satin is available in a width of 54” (1372mm), 25m long.
- Brilliant colour reproduction
- Easy to apply, easily removable
- Can be repositioned several times
- High opacity (>99%)
- Splashproof prints for short-term outdoor applications
- Resistant to temperature and humidity fluctuations
- Suitable for use with cutter plotters
- Treated with flame retardant, M1 certified
- Removable/repositionable adhesive
- Tear resistant
- Flame retardant
- Wall & ceiling
Retail & Signage
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Latex, Solvent and Eco-Solvent, UV Curable
Latex, Solvent and Eco Solvent, UV Curable
This media will be fit for purpose and free of manufacturing defects 90 days from date of purchase.
The converting and storage should take place in a climate from 35 to 65% to relative humidity at a temperature from 10 to 30°C. Keep the product in the original packaging (cardboard box and PE bag). It is always recommended that cotton gloves be used when handling Inkjet coated materials to avoid fingerprints.
NB: This product is NOT for wet application and the surface to which the product is to be applied must not be cleaned using cleaning products containing silicon. Other surfaces, i.e. glass should be tested in advance. If there is the possibility that the printed image should come in contact with water we highly recommend that it is lamination prior to sticking.