LexJet

LexJet's Latest Lifetime Warranty

LexJet recently added LexJet 10 Mil Opaque Display Film laminated with either 10 Mil PreLume ExhibitGuard or LexJet 10 Mil PreLume DisplayFlex to its tradeshow solutions that come with a lifetime warranty against tunneling and delamination. The lifetime warranty provides LexJet customers with both peace of mind and an additional sales tool to help differentiate their graphics in the competitive tradeshow market.

 

“Not everyone who buys graphics from you will need something that’s basically indestructible and comes with a lifetime warranty. However, it can round out your product offering so that you can satisfy whatever needs your end user customer may have,” explains John Lane, LexJet’s vice president. “It’s about having the right solution for the right application to meet and exceed your customer’s expectations. That drives repeat business and elevates your value as a graphics provider.”

LexJet 10 Mil Opaque Display Film is a bright-white, high gloss polyester film with an instant-dry coating and light blocking layer designed for quick and simple production. LexJet 10 Mil PreLume ExhibitGuard is a polycarbonate laminating film that enhances both the look and durability of the finished graphics. LexJet 10 Mil PreLume DisplayFlex is a rigid, medium gauge copolymer laminating film that’s easy to trim and handle.

 

Both laminates incorporate PreLume, an optical reflection technology that ensures brighter and cleaner white areas, producing graphics that stand out and grab the attention of passersby in a variety of indoor applications.

 

The other product combination that comes with a lifetime warranty is LexJet’s flagship tradeshow solution – LexJet Clear PreLume HD backed with one of LexJet’s PreLume Opaque White Backers.

 

Each product combination has been tested and developed to ensure a solid bond between the two materials – either backer or laminate with the base printable material – so that the graphics will not split, tear or delaminate, regardless of how many times the graphics are shipped, unpacked, installed, packed and shipped again.

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