Marabu North America (Sarasota, FL) has announced ClearShield Select, a new line of innovative, water-based liquid laminates for wide-format print protection.
According to a statement by the company, these new products represent the latest advancements in water-based coating technology with UV inhibitors that extend the life of prints and provide easy application and clean-up. The new ClearShield Select, ClearShield Select for Starlam and ClearShield Professional Transit offer protection for digital prints while enhancing image quality. They provide improved outdoor protection, stronger chemical and mar resistance, and work with a wider range of digital substrates than previous laminates.
- ClearShield Select is available in gloss, semi-gloss and matte finishes for manual and automated applications on a wide range of printed products including vinyl, banners and rigid substrates.
- ClearShield Select for StarLam is formulated to be used with roll-to-roll liquid laminators like the StarLam 1600R on digitally printed vinyl, banners and fleet graphics.
- ClearShield Professional Transit is designed for the most demanding applications. This two-part system a high degree of scratch and abrasion resistance for truck tarpaulins and inflatables.
For more information, visit marabucoatings.com.
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