HEYblue digitex eclipse

With the first foam-coated textile blockout in 5-m widths, Heytex offers a new definition of reproduction quality for large format prints: HEYblue digitex eclipse is a premium indoor textile with a material structure allowing for exceptionally elegant and precious print results. It has been developed for demanding applications and also serves as an absolutely reflection-free and opaque blockout. Like all products of the HEYblue digitex range, the new eclipse is also PVC-free and can thus be disposed of easily and with low costs.

Owing to the very matt and opaque surface structure of eclipse and translucence below two percent, prints on this innovative material impress by their particular elegance. The impressive reproduction of colours and details and the extraordinarily good edge sharpness are the results of an innovative combination of foam-coating on the front and black coating on the back of the material.

The new premium material is absolutely reflection-free and offers optimal flatness. Eclipse can be used for many different purposes:  for wall hanging, suspension systems, as bonded wall textile, advertising medium in display systems, wallpaper or projection surface: eclipse leaves a good impression everywhere.

Moreover, time and money consuming preparation of interfering backgrounds is no longer required. No matter what is supposed to disappear behind a banner, eclipse will cover it reliably and the advertising message will not be negatively affected. A must for the professional design of precious interior decorations.

As a new product of the successful HEYblue digitex range it goes without saying that eclipse is PVC-free, 100% recyclable and flame- retardant in accordance with B1 standards.

Eclipse was developed for unilateral print with UV and latex inks and as the first product of its kind it is available in widths of up to 5 metres – the new first choice for seamless, large-format premium applications for trade fairs and events as well as for interior design projects where highest brilliance and detailed reproduction even in intense light (e.g. spotlights or TV camera light) are most important.

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