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ATP offers new material for sign makers

Sign made using Harlequin, which is a high density polyethyleneAdvanced Technical Panels (ATP), part of the James Latham Group, has announced the arrival of an 'exciting' new plastic material, which is already 'making a big impact in the sign making sector'.
Ideal for both indoor and outdoor use, Harlequin is made from HDPE (high-density polyethylene), a unique material. As well as being completely resistant to the elements, is also 'extremely difficult' to damage or break, so makes it a low maintenance and long lasting option for this type of application.

David Briggs, Director of ATP said: "HDPE really is a perfect material for the sign making sector and the reaction from our customers that we have shown so far has been extremely positive. Harlequin can easily be machined, it won't fade, scratch, swell or split; and dirt, graffiti and permanent markers are easily removable so it will look brighter and better for longer. Plus, it remains UV stable for a minimum of eight years and its 100 percent recyclable."

The Harlequin range is now available nationwide through ATP in 19 different bright and impactful colour combinations. It is supplied in sheet sizes of 2440mm x 1220mm and in thicknesses of 12mm and 19mm.

www.advancedtechnicalpanels.co.uk

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