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Protect and enhance your image with Drytac Protac Anti-Scratch Gloss film

Drytac, an international manufacturer of self-adhesive materials for the print, label and industrial markets, has announced the expansion of its Protac™ range of films with the introduction of Drytac Protac Anti-Scratch Gloss. This 4-mil (100µ) clear PET laminating film with a scratch-resistant hard coat, high gloss finish, has been designed to add depth, detail and protection for printed graphics.

Coated on one side with a pressure-sensitive, solvent acrylic adhesive with a PET release liner, Drytac Protac Anti-Scratch Gloss film is ideal for the protection and enhancement of photographs, inkjet prints, department store advertising, POS displays or for any application where a durable, high-gloss, mirror-like finish is desired. Thanks to its superb quality and durability, this high-end laminating film is also suitable for use in art galleries and museums.

Shaun Holdom, Drytac’s newly appointed Global Product Manager, comments: “We’re delighted to add this new solution to our product range. Drytac Protac Anti-Scratch Gloss can be used with cold or heat assisted laminators and features a high-performance adhesive developed by Drytac for the lamination of output from (eco)solvent, latex and UV printers.

“Protac Anti-Scratch Gloss is very durable thanks to its scratch-resistant hard coat. Its formulation ensures that the final printed output has zero shrinkage, high clarity and is resistant to chemicals. The adhesive is a solvent-based permanent acrylic which means it has good moisture resistance, and additionally, the siliconised polyester liner ensures a smoother finish.”

Pricing and availability

Drytac’s entire range of films and adhesives is exclusively distributed throughout the UK and Ireland by Antalis.

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