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Drytac bolsters armoury with new solution

Drytac has rolled out its ArmourPrint Emerytex and ArmourGrab combination counter mat solution after a successful preview at a number of recent trade shows.

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The ArmourPrint Emerytex and ArmourGrab combination was previewed at SGIA

ArmourPrint Emerytex is a clear, heavy-duty, slip-resistant monomeric PVC film with a matte pebble textured finish on one side and a smooth printable surface on the other. The product has been approved for incidental food contact, which Drytac says makes it ideal for advertising applications in hospitality and retail environments.

ArmourGrab is a co-extruded white anti-slip film coated with a heavy coat weight, permanent, pressure-sensitive, clear acrylic adhesive.

Drytac says that by combining the two products, customers can create a food-safe counter mat solution that can also be used for POP advertising.

It’s an innovative new design that attracted a lot of attention at the recent SGIA show and we're delighted to offer it to our customers worldwide

Shaun Holdom, global product manager at Drytac, comments: “The combination of ArmourPrint Emerytex and ArmourGrab creates a solution that is both safe and effective as counter-top advertising in fast food outlets, convenience stores, bars and more.

"It’s an innovative new design that attracted a lot of attention at the recent SGIA show and we're delighted to offer it to our customers worldwide."

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