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Both the coatings develop a tough exterior finish that is scratch and abrasion resistant and able to withstand the rigors of commercial vehicle cleaning using industrial chemicals.
Drytac’s EnduraCoat UltraMaxx, is a water-based gloss liquid laminate tailored for use on both eco-solvent and UV ink prints. As well as general indoor graphics, fleet graphics, outdoor signage, lorry-side curtains and billboard displays are just some or the applications EnduraCoat UltraMaxx is perfect for.
Secondly Drytac’s InstaCure SuperFlex a new UV curable clear, high gloss thermo-formable coating, flexible enough to form around rivets and stretch into compound and complex curves. Tests have also proved its ability to stretch up to six times its original size! The new liquid coating contains a proprietary blend of acrylate and non yellowing urethane UV curable polymers, to give coated prints flexibility. This product is ideal for use on applications requiring absolute maximum flexibility such as fleet and vehicle graphics.
Jim Tatum, Drytac’s liquid finishing division manager says “The combination of high speeds, made possible by our new roll to roll attachment, and low costs per square metre, customers can now not only compete, but for the first time in a long while make significant profits in this industry with these product applications.”