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Drytac's Interlam Films Are Economic Option for Short-Term Graphics

Pressure-sensitive films for indoor print protection use aqueous adhesives

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To economically preserve the look of short-term signs, P-O-P displays, menu boards, and courtroom graphics, Drytac has introduced an Interlam? line of pressure-sensitive films. The Interlam products provides a less expensive alternative to Drytac's flagship Protac? pressure-sensitive films and are coated with aqueous instead of acrylic adhesives.

UV stabilizers in the film prevent discoloration and degradation of the film and adhesive. Interlam films are offered in 25 to 79 in. wide rolls, and in gloss, luster, matte, and satin finishes.
(Drytac: 800-280-6013, www.drytac.com)

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