Drytac Trimount 3.0 mil Premium quality, permanent dry mounting tissue. Activation temperature 185-210°F/85-99°C. 100 sheets
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Drytac Trimount 3.0 mil Premium quality, permanent dry mounting tissue. Activation temperature 185-210°F/85-99°C. 100 sheets.
For large-format solvent inkjet printes and plotters in the production of graphics, signs, photography, and technical drawings.
Premium, multi-purpose dry mounting tissue. Trimount is a premium quality, multi-purpose 3 mil (75 micron) dry mounting tissue. This permanent, breathable tissue is recommended for bonding resin-coated photographs, posters and printed materials to most smooth surface substrates. The pH-neutral, heat-activated adhesive will bond at temperatures as low as 185°F (85°C). Trimount is suitable for use in dry mounting presses. It equals or surpasses all dry mounting tissues on the market.SPECIFICATIONS: Adhesive Color: White, Adhesive Type: Permanent, Adhesives, Brand: Drytac, Ink Compatibility: None, Inkjet Media Type: Mounting Tissue, Inkjet Media Type: Paper, Laminate-Adhesive Product: Hot Laminate, Material Thickness: under 5 mil, Thickness-3.0 mil
Drytac Trimount 3.0 mil Premium quality, permanent dry mounting tissue. Activation temperature 185-210¡F/85-99¡C. 100 sheets (MPN: TR3205, TR3207, TR3210, TR3215)
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