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Adapt expands green options with PVC-free range

Adapt - Amari Digital Printing Technologies, part of the Vink group, has added to is portfolio of environmentally friendly solutions with the launch of a new range of PVC-free substrates.

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The Decal PVC-Free collection includes two vinyl options and one laminate product

The Decal PVC-Free collection comprises two vinyl options and one laminate, with all three of the products free from heavy metals, phthalates, plasticisers and isocyanate-containing compounds, but offer the same feel, appearance and quality of conventional PVC.

Unlike PVC materials, the Decal PVC-Free products are made with water-based adhesives and are therefore free of volatile organic compounds and offer a greener solution to users.

Decal PVC-Free P PE 65 UVP is a vinyl available in Matte White and Gloss White options, supplied in rolls measuring 1,370mm x 50m and offering outdoor durability of up to four years.

The second vinyl comes in the form of Decal PVC-Free P PE 65 UVP Gloss Clear, which can be applied on smooth, flat and slightly curved surfaces and has an outdoor durability of up to four years.

In addition, the Decal PVC-Free P HT 65 UVP Gloss Laminate can be printed with water-based, solvent, eco-solvent, UV LED and latex ink technologies.

Dominic Bowen, general manager of Adapt, comments: “The Decal PVC-Free range is the first launch in a series of new environmentally-minded media products planned for Adapt.

“Decal PVC-Free is the natural choice for print service providers wanting to reinforce their print offerings with more ecological solutions.”

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