Neschen Solvoprint PVC Backlit Premium

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A premium backlit 550gsm PVC coated polyester fabric with very high UV resistance and colour brilliance. Its high durability and shine through properties make it an ideal choice for backlit POP displays and trade show graphics. Solvoprint PVC backlit premium is fire retardant to B1 standards.

Product Information

NESCHEN SOLVOPRINT PVC BACKLIT PREMIUM


General Information

  • approx. 550 g/m² PVC flexface
  • 100 % Polyester fabric with PVC coating on both sides
  • hardly inflammable
  • Light Transmittance approx. 15 - 18%  

Areas of Application

  • suitable for (Eco) Solvent-, Latex- and UV-curable inks
  • suitable for indoor and outdoor applications
  • recommended for backlit applications
  • especially for billboards, banners, exhibitions, signs, mega posters etc. suitable

Processing & Handling

  • to avoid problems in processing/varnishing ensure adequate drying before processing
  • drying time of min. 24 hours is recommended
  • do not dry in rolled condition
  • expected outdoor durability up to 2 years for Central-Europe (storm damages and other environmental influences excepted)
  • For larger projects where the consistency of the light transmission is critical, only material from the same production batch should be used for planing and manufacture!
  • Due to production reasons, it could be that the last 3-4 m of the material have pressure marks. This is a result of a combination of material properties and the winding on the core and is for such materials production-related and not to exclude.
  • ALWAYS the rolls store together with the label respectively batch number! Without batch number or production number, no requests or claims can be accepted! 

Advantages / Special Features

  • photorealistic print quality
  • very high colour brilliance
  • fungicide treated
  • high tearing strength
  • good UV resistance
  • smooth, semi-gloss surface
  • good weldability
  • fire protection*: B1 test certificate according DIN 4102-1 *all relevant fire-tests are generally performed with unprinted material