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Drytac unveils new PVC-free floor graphic solution

Drytac has announced the launch of two new PVC-free floor graphic products in Europe in an effort to meet the increasing demand for non-slip, easy-to-apply solutions.

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Both new products are now available to companies in the European market

Drytac Polar Floor PET 170 is a print media for indoor floor graphics jobs that Drytac says meets essential anti-slip requirements without the need for lamination.

Joining the Drytac Polar range, Polar Floor PET 170 PVC-free polyester film has achieved a post-printed anti-slip rating of R10 according to DIN 51130, classed as low-slip potential by the UK Pendulum Test and certified to the US ANSI A137.1 slip test.

Also new from Drytac is SpotOn SynTac Floor, developed with the environment in mind. Featuring Drytac's SpotOn dot-pattern adhesive, SpotOn SynTac Floor can be applied to and removed from smooth floor surfaces including ceramic tiles, sealed wood and concrete.

When paired with Interlam EcoTex, the new printable matte white, self-adhesive film gives floor graphics a pebble-texture finish.

Floor graphics play many roles in a wide range of environments but it's essential they remain safe for public use

“Floor graphics play many roles in a wide range of environments but it's essential they remain safe for public use,” Drytac’s global product manager Shaun Holdom says.

“Polar Floor PET 170 from Drytac has been designed to be non-slip and scuff-resistant without the need for lamination so users can apply them straightaway, speeding up the process for fast-moving projects.

“Drytac’s SpotOn SynTac Floor and Interlam EcoTex solution provides an environmentally friendly option to ensure users retain their sustainability credentials while creating impactful, safe floor graphics.”

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