FLEXcon Expands SEETHRU-SIGN® Product Line with 50/50 Perforated Pattern

Friday, January 16, 2015

-FLEXcon Company, Inc., an innovator in adhesive coating and laminating, today announced the extension of its SEETHRU-SIGN® product line with the addition of a 50/50 perforated pattern. FLEXcon’s line of perforated window products now consists of three perforated pattern options: 50/50, 60/40 and 70/30. The new 50/50 pattern is the ideal choice for perforated window film applications requiring greater visibility than 60/40 and 70/30 patterns.

“Now, with the SEETHRU-SIGN® STSWBF5050 product, printers, installers and retailers have a solution that provides even more see-thru ability to printed graphics when required.”

The 50/50 pattern is available on SEETHRU-SIGN® STSWBF5050, a 7.2 mil, 50/50 perforated, white/black flexible vinyl film, coated with a removable acrylic adhesive, which bonds well to glass with clean removability for up to one year, and backed with a solid two-sided layflat 90lb. polycoated release liner. The 50/50 pattern provides more visibility for see-thru viewing from the inside looking out and the outside looking in, which is preferred for some transit markets. Applications include short-term bus, train and vehicle wraps, as well as traditional window graphic applications. In addition, it is specified for L-side bus posters by OUTfront Media (formerly CBS Outdoor). SEETHRU-SIGN® STSWBF5050 is printable via solvent and UV screen, UV offset, and HP Turbojet drum solvent inkjet printers. FLEXcon also offers the capped liner version, SEETHRU-SIGN® STSWBF250, which is printable via UV and solvent inkjet.

“This addition to our SEETHRU-SIGN® product line demonstrates our commitment to offering customers products that meet their needs,” said Dennis Brunnett, product manager, Product Branding Business Team for FLEXcon. “Now, with the SEETHRU-SIGN® STSWBF5050 product, printers, installers and retailers have a solution that provides even more see-thru ability to printed graphics when required.”

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