FLEXcon

Window Advertising System

To meet the growing demand for interior-mounted, large format, two-sided window graphics, FLEXcon has introduced a new two-part system that includes a non-vinyl opaque banner film, FLEXmark 6180, combined with a clear mounting film, FLEXmount SELECT DF462211.

The FLEXmark 6180/FLEXmount SELECT DF462211 window advertising system expands the use of block-out banner material and a clear mounting adhesive, increasing FLEXcon's product offering for graphic at-retail solutions. FLEXmark 6180 provides "bullet-proof," consistent printing. It is printable via UV and conventional offset, UV screen and UV inkjet with no worries about inks not bonding due to low-surface energy or shelf life of unprimed polypropylene.

FLEXmount SELECT DF462211 is a clear mounting film that is easy to convert because its blue polyester liner identifies which side is applied to the printed graphic. In addition, the combination of FLEXcon's acrylic adhesives and polyester release liners allow for the wet-installation method, with no clouding of the adhesive, yielding optimal adhesive clarity.

The two-part window advertising system consists of:

• FLEXmark 6180, a 9-mil white opaque polypropylene that is primed on both sides, offering excellent block-out characteristics. It is printable on both sides via UV and conventional offset, UV screen and UV inkjet.

• FLEXmount SELECT DF462211, double-faced, 1-mil clear polyester with a permanent/removable adhesive system. The permanent adhesive is on the clear polyester release liner side to provide a smooth wet out of adhesive against the printed graphic. The removable/repositionable adhesive is on the blue polyester release liner side and is applied to the window. The printed FLEXmark 6180 is laminated to the permanent adhesive side of the double-faced clear polyester.

Both films are available from FLEXcon's Quick-Ship program for fast delivery. FLEXmark 6180 and FLEXmount SELECT DF462211 are also available in 60-inch master log rolls.

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