Protac Emerytex UV is an embossed, UV stabilized, clear PVC laminating film with a matte pebble finish, coated on one side with a pressure sensitive, solvent acrylic adhesive. The film has a scuff-resistant finish that makes it suitable for graphics where extensive handling may be involved. The anti-slip properties of Protac Emerytex UV have been tested and are approved for floor graphics. It also provides UV protection for outdoor graphics. Recommended for floor graphics, trade show graphics and other signage where a non-glare, scuff-resistant finish is required. Ideal for laminating mouse pads, counter graphics and mounted prints that will be displayed in high-traffic areas.
Drytac Protac Emerytex 5.0 mil Clear PVC film with a pebble texture finish and anti-slip rating (MPN: PST25015, PST25164, PST38164, PST51164, PST55164)
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