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ISC5400 banner media, real wide format PVC alternative
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Mar '11
Anitech is launching its latest eco-sensitive initiative - ISC5400 banner media.

ISC5400 is a heavy polyester fabric textile banner media which is completely degradable and 100% recyclable. Anitech believe that ISC5400 represents a genuine green alternative for wide format banner applications that are currently dominated by PVC materials.

“The brilliance of our new product is - ISC5400 is a heavyweight polyester banner substrate that can replace PVC in wide format banner printing” says Yoong Lee, national business development manager for Anitech

“It's available as a matt or glossy finish with a textured surface so it has that textile look and feel” notes Yoong “The product is suitable for banners and wall hangings in both indoor and outdoor graphic applications.”

ISC5400 is woven polyester, white dyed media that comes in a 280gsm weight in 914, 1065, 1270, 1370 and 1524mm widths. The substrate is compatible with solvent, eco-solvent and UV curable inks and has a 50gsm, fire-retardant, white-liquid coated resin finish.

“ISC5400 is in our inventory now and stock is ready for immediate delivery Australia wide from any Anitech outlet.” concludes Yoong. “Spec sheets are available from my office so just call or email me direct for further information.”

Anitech will be on stand 7120 at Visual Impact Image Expo 2011 in May 4-8, 2011 at Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre.

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