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Drytac Coatings Approved for Use with HP Latex

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Richmond, VA-based Drytac’s EnduraCoat and InstaCure liquid coating lines have been approved as compatible with HP’s latex inks on HP Outdoor Frontlit Scrim Banner and HP PVC-free wall paper. HP and Drytac cooperated on product compatibility tests between liquid coating products and HP Latex inks. Products in both the EnduraCoat aqueous coating and InstaCure UV-curable coating lines test compatibly with HP Latex ink prints.

Richmond, VA-based Drytac’s EnduraCoat and InstaCure liquid coating lines have been approved as compatible with HP’s latex inks on HP Outdoor Frontlit Scrim Banner and HP PVC-free wall paper. HP and Drytac cooperated on product compatibility tests between liquid coating products and HP Latex inks. Products in both the EnduraCoat aqueous coating and InstaCure UV-curable coating lines test compatibly with HP Latex ink prints.

Specifically, EnduraCoat UltraMural and EnduraCoat Sign and Banner were approved as compatible with HP latex ink prints on HP Outdoor Frontlit Scrim Banner and HP PVC-free wall paper. InstaCure POP and InstaCure Superflex Satin Matte UV curable coatings also tested compatible with HP’s Outdoor Frontlit Scrim Banner and HP PVC-free wall paper when printed using HP Latex inks.

EnduraCoat aqueous and InstaCure UV curable liquid coatings both contain a blend of acrylic and non-yellowing urethane polymers designed to give indoor/outdoor graphics flexibility and maximum outdoor durability. Furthermore, Drytac’s liquid manufacturing process uses metal-free formulas and low VOC levels. EnduraCoat aqueous coatings can be applied using a roller, paint pad, or airless sprayer.
 

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