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Antalis expands range

wall covered in decorative filmAntalis have had a busy start to the year, by adding nine new products to their sign and display range.

Their Coala non-woven wall design range has been extended with seven new creative finishes: fibre, canvas, fine canvas, stucco, leather, brush and plaster. These are “ideal for creating everything from personalised murals through to decorative wall covering for hotels and offices”.

Coala Flamestop is a fire-rated roller banner pop up display, available in 200mic and 500mic, which can be used for exhibitions and conferences where fire-retardant signage is neccessary. This is in addition to Coala Floor R, a slip rated and fire-rated laminate range that can be used for floor and wall graphics.

Their Drytac range of adhesive-coated products has bee increased with the new Drytac Polar Carpet and Drytac Anti-Microbial Laminate. Drytac Polar Carpet can be applied on short pile carpet while being easily removable after short-term use, making it ideal for trade fairs, point of sale or furniture stores. Drytac Anti-Microbial Laminate features a durable anti-bacterial additive designed to prevent the growth and spread of bacteria; an important benefit when used in restaurants, hospitals or any other sectors where optimised hygiene is important.

The Antalis Foamalite Xpress Filmed and Foamlite Black Filmed ranges of PVC foam sheet have been extended to include 10mm, enabling greater rigidity for more arduous signage applications.

They've also expanded their Printbond aluminium composite range with the introduction of a thicker 0.3mm skin, perfect for more demanding jobs, while also adding five new sizes and thickness to its PVC range.

Chris Green, channel head for Sign and Display at Antalis, said: “As a business committed to remaining on the pulse of innovation, we are always looking for new ways in which to help customers achieve even the most complex signmaking and display requirements. Be it hospital signage where hygiene optimisation is paramount, through to a custom designs for hotels, and everything in between.”


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