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Protac Anti-Bacterial film is bacteria’s worst new enemy!

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Drytac Europe recently launched its Protac Anti-Bacterial film in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.

The new product had its debut at Sign & Digital UK 2017 event on its UK distributor Antalis’s stand.

Drytac Protac Anti-Bacterial film is a 150µ (6 mil) textured polyester laminating film with a durable antibacterial additive. It offers reliable protection from mould growth and bacterial contamination, such as MRSA, Streptococcus, E.coli and Salmonella. The laminating film is ideal for use in environments where hygiene is of particular importance, such as schools, nurseries, restaurants/cafeterias and hospitals, says the company.

Drytac Protac Anti-Bacterial film’s textured finish gives it good resistance to abrasions, which makes it useful for exhibitions and POP displays; while its clarity ensures that no colours are diminished. It is resistant to chemicals and many common household cleaners, allowing for ease of cleaning in all applications.

The reverse side of Drytac Protac Anti-Bacterial is coated with a pressure-sensitive, solvent acrylic adhesive, protected with a siliconised polyester release liner, for ease of application.

Steve Broad, Sales Director for Drytac Europe, said: “Drytac Protac Anti-Bacterial film is a high specification film with the anti-bacterial agents being within the film itself – not just added as a lacquered coating. When the film is wiped clean, the antibacterial properties remain, which makes Protac Anti-Bacterial film the ideal choice for environments where cleanliness is essential.”

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