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Gilman Brothers Adds MountCor® Black to MountCor HA Foamboard Family

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The Gilman Brothers Company, Gilman CT has launched MountCor Black, joining original MountCor white heat-activated foamboard as the revolutionary low temperature–130°F (54°C) mechanical and hot vacuum presses and 180°F (82°C) rollers—substrate with roller production speeds up to 10 ft. per minute and no adhesive transfer. MountCor has a permanent, neutral pH adhesive, and bonding at a lower temperature than other 150°F HA boards is safe for all heat sensitive items including laser copies, inkjet (waterborne, UV, solvent and latex), photographic papers and synthetic medias.


The Gilman Brothers Company, Gilman CT has launched MountCor Black, joining original MountCor white heat-activated foamboard as the revolutionary low temperature–130°F (54°C) mechanical and hot vacuum presses and 180°F (82°C) rollers—substrate with roller production speeds up to 10 ft. per minute and no adhesive transfer. MountCor has a permanent, neutral pH adhesive, and bonding at a lower temperature than other 150°F HA boards is safe for all heat sensitive items including laser copies, inkjet (waterborne, UV, solvent and latex), photographic papers and synthetic medias.

MountCor Black allows for mounting two-sided images with no fear of text bleeding through. Its translucent, gridded, release liner makes image alignment fast and clean plus the foolproof air release technology ensures bubble-free mounting. Available as 3/16″ thick up to 48″ x 96″.

Gilman Brothers Co is has been supplying the sign and picture frame industries with cutting edge substrates. For additional information (800) 852-4220 USA; email: sales@gilmanbrothers.com; www.gilmanbrothers.com

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