Mactac has introduced the second generation of its popular B-Free Window Films. Innovations include a stiffer facestock that offers improved panel-to-panel alignment and a new adhesive pattern designed for easy installation.
“With B-Free Window Films, one film does it all,” said Jeff Stadelman, marketing manager, Mactac Distributor Products America. “There is no need to carry two products, one for printed and one for unprinted applications, because the films’ new radical micro-air-egress adhesive pattern allows even unprinted films to be applied with no squeegee lines or pressure marks.”
B-Free Window Films are available in three finishes: dusted (JX5798MBF v2 and JJ5798MBF v2), frosted (JX5796MBF v2 and JJ5796MBF v2) and clear gloss (JX5999MBF v2 and JJ5999MBF v2).
The films are designed to be used on flat or simple curved clear and translucent surfaces and for backlit graphics.
They are ideal for applications including: privacy films; decorative window graphics; and window signage.
The new films can be applied printed or unprinted. If printed, the films are compatible with solvent, eco-solvent, UV inkjet and latex inkjet printers. The films can also be printed in reverse to be read through glass.
B-Free films are ideal for indoor and outdoor installations of up to 5-7 years and have a two-year shelf life.
For more, visit www.mactac.com/graphics.