Material information

Acrylic is a material with many usage areas and is often recognized through brand names such as Perspex®, Plexiglas® and Altuglas®. Acrylic plastic is very easy to process and the result is products that are suitable for brochure holder, brochure stands, illuminated signs, shop fittings, counter displays, displays, etc.

A-PET is a transparent and impact resistant polyester plastic with excellent optical properties and very good chemical resistance. The plastic is FDA-approved and has very good environmental properties. A-PET is perfectly suited as a material for displays, shop fittings, packaging materials, etc.

APET sheet (1-6 mm)
Applications: Displays, store fixtures, partitions, packaging materials.

A-PET foil (0.2 to 0.9 mm)
Applications: Poster protection, pricing, protection materials.

PETG is affined to A-PET, but is are impact resistant and have better thermoforming qualities. PETG is suitable for digital printing and is FDA-approved.

Applications: Vacuum formed transparent details, signs, displays, shop fittings, freezer dividers, industrial equipment, machine protection, etc.

Polycarbonate is an unbreakable plastic, and is often recognized through brand names such as Makrolon® and Lexan®. The material is optically clear, heat-resistant and extremely impact resistant. Polycarbonate is widely used in industry and for safety glazing.

For outdoor applications, a product variant with a special coating for improved UV protection. For greater scratch resistance is also polycarbonate with additional hard surface.

Polycarbonate can be stained in a variety of colors, most common, however, is transparent, opal and smoke.

Applications: Safety glazing, machinery, hockey rinks, visors, signs, skylights, etc.

Aluminum composite
Aluminum composite is a sandwich sheet that consists of two outer layers of aluminum and a core of polyethylene. The design provides a material that is lightweight and stiff with unique processing capabilities and very good printing properties.

The material has a very flat surface which is suitable for foil stamping, digital printing, etc. It is often recognized through brand names such as Dibond®, Reynobond®, Neobond®, etc.

Applications: Larger signage, product displays and fittings such as tables, cubes, etc.
Foamed PVC
Foamed PVC is expanded during production, resulting in an approx. 50% lower density than homogeneous PVC. It is often recognized through brand names such as Forex®, Foamalight®, Veka®, etc.

Impact resistance relative to the light weight, with good weather resistance, makes it suitable as display materials as well as for digital and screen printing. Foamed PVC is available in two variants, one with a hard surface.

Applications: Advertising signs, displays, shop fittings.

Solid Surface
Solid surface is a composite material that offers outstanding durability, suitable for exclusive design in public spaces.

Solid surface materials can be produced in the most complex forms, as well as a single piece with no visible joints. It is often recognized through brand names such as Avonite®, Corian®, Hi-macs®, etc.

Solid Surface materials (acrylic-based) consists of 2/3 natural minerals and 1/3 acrylic and pigment.

Applications: Interior details with high finish or seamless design requirements, high resistance requirements (e.g. wear, moist), etc.