Antalis has extended its offering of plastic substrates with the addition of Priplak®, a range of "strong yet flexible polypropylene sheets for a wide range of applications".
100 per cent recyclable Priplak®, which is PVC free, is a 35 per cent lighter alternative plastic substrate. This, the company says, provides printers and their customers with a versatile and eco-friendly solution to allow fine image detail to create high impact communication in campaigns.
From Point-of-Sale and display applications such as illuminated displays and backlit posters to labelling and stationery products, Priplak® is corona treated on both sides, enabling it to be printed in UV offset, UV screen and UV digital.
“Printers and designers are always seeking new ways to achieve a fresh, modern appearance for their projects,” says Mike Collins, Product Manager at Antalis.
“The Priplak range meets these criteria by helping printers bring the customer’s design to life.”
Mike said: “It also helps designers to reduce their carbon footprint, which is often a deal-breaker when specifying a product. Polypropylene is also durable and can be applied with ease, so whatever the duration, the Priplak® promotional display will continue to look its best.”