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Catalina Graphic Films Announces Opti-Cling™ Hi-Stat® Static Cling Films Switching Production to Bio-Friendly Enviro-Cling™ Tech

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In a strategic move meant to align with their corporate sustainablity practices, Catalina Graphic Films announces all Hi-Stat static cling face films, including the newly released Opti-Cling, will now be produced using Enviro-Cling technology— a 7.5 mil recyclable and eco-friendly static cling vinyl in clear or white.

 

In a strategic move meant to align with their corporate sustainablity practices, Catalina Graphic Films announces all Hi-Stat static cling face films, including the newly released Opti-Cling, will now be produced using Enviro-Cling technology— a 7.5 mil recyclable and eco-friendly static cling vinyl in clear or white.

 

Enviro-Cling technology is the only static cling made using renewable resources, and manufactured using a plant-based plasticizer. It is the only sustainable static cling on the market, making it an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional petroleumbased plasticizers.

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With this switch, every 40,000 pounds Catalina’s Opti-Cling Hi-Stat family of static clings produced in favor of traditional petroleum-based films reduces the environmental footprint and reliance on fossil fuels by 1,625 gallons or 13,000 pounds.

 

Opti-Cling Hi-Stat with Enviro-Cling technology is compatible with most types of printing methods including offset, screen, eco-solvent, solvent, latex and UV-curable printing.

 

“We approach corporate responsibilities on many fronts,” cites Alan Dworman, President, “When the opportunity came in the form of Enviro-Cling technology, it was a natural move to incorporate it into all Opti-Cling Hi-Stat face stock production.”

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Available in either 54” or 60” widths, up to 250 yard rolls, or can be sheeted with maximum sheet lengths up to 120”.

 

As with other Catalina products, Opti-Cling Hi-Stat with Enviro-Cling technology can be custom engineered to specific customer requirements.

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