New polyester film 'gaining praise' for latex, says Sihl Direct
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By News Desk
11 July 2012
Sihl Direct UK emphasises PolySOL's compatibility with latex inks
Sihl Direct UK has started shipping its PolySOL polyester media, noting its release is 'gaining significant praise'. The waterfast, tear resistant film is suitable for solvent and latex inks, and for applications such as pop-ups thanks to its rigidity.
"Thanks to PolySOL's grey back, the media has nearly 100 percent opacity making it ideal for freestanding applications," says Ian Turnbull, operations director, Sihl Direct UK. "The excellent flatness allows this media to be used for a wide range of signage, advertising and POS applications.
"The innovative coating and its bright whiteness lead to a quick drying time and a wide colour gamut with eco-, mild and true solvent inks as well as latex inks for HP Latex printers. The product is also suitable for hot and cold lamination."
Peter Miles, sales manager at Sihl Direct UK reseller CMYUK, comments: "A lot of people are looking for a good media for pop-up displays on a latex printer. However, having tried many that claim to be latex compatible, PolySOL has so far been the first media that delivers the quality and durability required for this application."
He adds: "PolySOL has tested very well and our customers have so far been very happy."
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