Drytac adds Polar Blockout UV to expanding self-adhesive films portfolio

Drytac, the leading international manufacturer of self-adhesive materials for the large-format print and signage markets, is delighted to announce the launch of its new Drytac Polar Blockout UV opaque printable block out film.

Joining the Drytac Zero range of products, Polar Blockout UV is a 2.0 mil (50μ) highly opaque layered white PET film with a matte finish. It is coated with a white pressure-sensitive, permanent aqueous acrylic adhesive which is protected by a 50# siliconized PE coated release paper. It is the ideal solution for two-sided window graphics and other block out layer requirements.

The film’s high opacity prevents graphics from showing through on the other side when being used as a cover up graphic, offering a highly effective solution to customers seeking to produce bold and impactful applications.

Users can pair Polar Blockout UV with a reverse printed clear print media such as Drytac’s SpotOn Clear Gloss or Polar Dynamic Clear, or ReTac Clear PET for a non-PVC solution, to create eye-catching, two-sided window graphics.

Such is the flexibility of Polar Blockout UV that it can also be used to create applications such as POP graphics, decals and stickers. The film is compatible with UV printers, offers seven years durability across interior and exterior applications and can be supplied in widths of up to 54 inches/1370mm.

“Polar Blockout UV offers another effective solution for customers seeking to produce colourful and impactful window graphics,” Dennis Leblanc, Senior Business Development Manager for North America at Drytac said. “However, the flexibility of the film also makes it an excellent choice for other applications such as stickers and decals.

“As an added benefit, Polar Blockout UV allows customers to create double-sided window graphics without the need for ink layers or white ink. Simply pair Polar Blockout with a reverse-printed image on a Drytac clear window film to produce all manner of effective applications.”


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